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1- ITWNET - IN A NUTSHELL

ITWNET is one of the fastest growing IT communities with over 280,000 professionals globally. It is a sister community of CIONET (more than 6600 CIOs in 20 countries). With its strong social media presence across multiple platforms such as Linkedin, Twitter, and Facebook, it is easy to see why it is becoming the centre of collaboration and contribution of IT professionals for IT professionals.

ITWNET is a global organization with a global source and community, but also with local countries, organizing local communities. This means that, in time, you will be able to profit from more and better options to meet your peers, and take part in a continuous learning environment.

ITWNET is also a meeting place and forum for anyone who works with support and service in different ways. A forum for all related issues such as automation, robotization, information security, efficient IT service management and risk management, Enterprise Service Management, shared services and more.

We count on you to contribute to our goal of tearing down the fences between IT disciplines, making IT professionals more successful, and creating better IT products and services.

Check below the different ways you can participate as a member or a corporate member. For partnership enquiries please contact us via partners@itwnet.com

2- ITWNET IN NUMBERS

  • 80 new registrations per day
  • 7500 discussions
  • 2000+ blogs
  • 20+ Linkedin Groups
  • 15,500 newsletter registrations (weekly and monthly)
  • 100+ registered companies and organizations
  • ITWNET offers very flexible and tailored solutions that allow you to participate and engage on a level that is right for you. Options include:
  • Access to face to face working groups and private knowledge communities
  • Groups ownership and curation
  • Global and local speaking opportunities Networking: participation at events, webinars, special networking and VIP events Product awareness: white papers, discounts offered to members

Note: The number of associated members and partners, local operations and sponsors is growing daily to cover a global base of IT management parties - Numbers showed in this page are accurate at time of print - For the latest information please contact your ITWNET local country or info@itwnet.com

3- ITWNET Strategic Intent

  • Our Motto : Eventually, everything connects!
  • Vision: Become the global community for IT Managers and Professionals supporting their daily need for inspiration, learning and connections
  • Mission: Fill the gap for a truly global transparent and independent IT community that can balance the needs and expectations of all its members.
  • Goal: Make IT professionals more successful.
  • Values:
    • Accountability: Acknowledging and assuming responsibility for actions, products, decisions, and policies. It can be applied to both individual accountability on the part of employees and accountability of the company as a whole.
    • Commitment: Committing to great product, service, and other initiatives that impact lives within and outside the organization.
    • Community driven: Contribute continuously to society and more specifically to the IT profession and demonstrate corporate social responsibility at all times.
    • Diversity: respecting the diversity and giving the best of composition.
    • Empowerment: Encouraging employees to take initiative and give the best. Adopting an error-embracing environment to empower employees to lead and make decisions.
    • Innovation/Inspiration: Pursuing new creative ideas that have the potential to change the world.
    • Integrity/ Transparency: Acting with honesty and honor without compromising the truth
  • Objectives:
    • Develop local and regional operations globally
    • Establish dynamic interest groups that collaborate locally and internationally
    • Increase the involvement of IT professionals in the progressive development of competences and frameworks.
    • Nurture programs that can directly impact the positive development of the CIO main concerns.
    • Support individuals, organizations and governments through education to lowerthe knowledge and employment gap
    • Stimulate the exchange of meaningful knowledge and IP creation.
  • Key pillars
    • Global
    • Open Community
    • Sharing
    • Business Partners Support
    • Run like a Business
    • IT Professionals
    • IT Managers
    • Independent
    • Transparent
    • Sister Community of CIONET

4-ITWNET Countries

To reach the local professionals, ITWNET has local representatives, ITWNET ITERNATIONAL selects and supports successful entrepreneurs that live and understand the local IT scene of a specific country. These individuals or groups of individuals liase with the country most recognise organizations, public sector reps, CXOs and IT and Business Managers with the objective of aiding in the dialogue and exchange of meaning full knowledge so as to support the local needs of the IT and business sectors in a holistic approach.

ITWNET Countries – Objectives

  • Develop local communities that will insert into a regional and global scenario
  • Establish, support and work in sync with an ITWNET Local advisory board of renowned IT and business professionals
  • Establish dynamic interest groups that collaborate locally and internationally.
  • Nurture programs that can directly impact the positive development of the CIOs main concerns
  • Grow opportunities through the synergy between CIONET and local partners and the two ways communication between CIOs and their immediate below managers’ level.
  • Increase the involvement of IT professionals in the progressive development of competences and frameworks.
  • Support individuals, organizations and governments through education to lower the knowledge and employment gap
  • Encourage the exchange of meaningful knowledge and IP creation.