17 - 18 September, 2019 | Pullman Sydney Airport , Mascot, NSW
Zubair Minto, Network Strategy and Architecture Manager at Vodafone

Zubair Minto

Network Strategy and Architecture Manager

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Conference Day Two: Wednesday, 18 September 2019

Wednesday, September 18th, 2019

9:10 AM PANEL DISCUSSION: Setting Up Your EA Journey For Success From Research To Implementation

Dos And Don’ts – Adopting EA As An Enabler Of Capacity Rather Than A One-Stop Solutions Integrator.While EA has proved its potential and benefits in traditional IT settings, improving its ongoing implementation within the organisation must be approached strategically and cautiously, with protocols set up to enable meticulous assessment of business processes with one goal in mind: improving customer and business experience and pain-points. This panel discussion will take you through the experiences and learning of experts to shed light on the best practices and common pitfalls associated with fresh, dedicated EA within an organisation.


9:50 AM How Vodafone Has Re-defined Their EA Journey To Upskill And Engage The Architecture Community Within The Business

Vodafone’s Network Strategy and Architecture Manager has defined their architectural governance framework and architecture blueprint to achieve organisational objectives through an interlinked business, application, and infrastructure environment. The quality of solutions has significantly improved time to market and costs through a more efficient and accurate solution design methodology. Zubair will address their journey to:

  • Transform from a projects driven organisation to a process and architecture driven one, and how they gained stakeholder’s commitment by demonstrating the problems that EA uplift can alleviate
  • Simplify and standardise to a common architecture reducing overlaps, and boosting reusability
  • Upskill and engage team training programs resulting in an increase in ENPS scores