OnSolve, a leading critical event management provider for enterprises, small-to-medium sized organizations, and government entities, today announced former Federal Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the United States Suzette Kent will deliver the keynote address at OnSolve’s virtual customer conference, OnSolve Nexus 2021, on April 20-21.
“Preparing for the unknown is at the forefront of conversations for leaders of every organization; and as we continue to navigate the challenges of the global pandemic, AI-driven critical event management technology should take center stage within resiliency planning,” said Ms. Kent. “I look forward to engaging with OnSolve and its diverse customer base to share best practices, discuss lessons learned during this past year, and ultimately celebrate the important work this community is doing to protect people when it matters most.”
The OnSolve Nexus 2021 conference comes on the heels of OnSolve’s brand relaunch and new platform innovation, which rolled out fully integrated AI-driven risk intelligence, critical communications and incident management capabilities through the OnSolve Platform for Critical Event Management.
In addition to Ms. Kent, attendees will hear from OnSolve leadership, customers and academia on topics related to managing uncertainty.
“Now more than ever, customers are turning to us to navigate uncertainty; it is a strategic imperative that they have a deep understanding of how to leverage our platform for critical event management to support organizational resiliency and keep their people safe, informed and protected during a crisis,” said OnSolve CEO Mark Herrington. “We are proud to welcome former Federal CIO Ms. Suzette Kent to share her expertise and proven leadership leveraging AI, technology, and trusted data to protect the safety and security of government entities and enterprise organizations.”
On the opening day of the conference, Ms. Kent will deliver a keynote presentation titled Risk, Resiliency and Technology; Leveraging AI and Data to Manage Uncertainty. Speaking to her experience leading federal IT policy development and implementation, Suzette will discuss the important role technology and automation can play in organizational continuity.
During her two and a half years serving as Federal CIO for the Office of Management and Budget, she led substantive policy changes, which redefined how the U.S. government manages its central IT principles. She also played a pivotal role in shifting the federal workforce to telework during the global pandemic.
Ms. Kent will answer questions from attendees alongside OnSolve Chief Marketing Officer Sue Holub immediately following the keynote presentation.
During the two-day OnSolve Nexus 2021 event, virtual attendees will have the opportunity to network with peers, discuss best practices and hear from OnSolve experts regarding how to optimize technology within their organizations, and gain insight into what is on the horizon for OnSolve in 2021 and beyond.
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