Yasemin Sezer has been with LTI Canada and its predecessor organizations Citigroup, Unisen and AGF for over 18 years and currently heads technology delivery organization. Yasemin has taken her organization through API led digital transformation in the last 2 years modernizing its platforms and technology, driving significant improvements in time to market, quality and client satisfaction. She drives technology roadmap to produce concrete business outcomes in alignment with Product roadmap. She has been focusing on both IT automation for her operations and Business Process Automation for clients implementing Application Lifecycle Management automation, BPM and RPA solutions.
Yasemin is responsible for end-to-end delivery of technology solutions spanning Architecture, Business Analysis, Development, Testing and PMO both in Canada and globally. Yasemin oversees delivery of solutions for Transfer Agency applications for Wealth/Asset Management in a SaaS model, Big Data/AIM solutions for Reporting, Analytics and Data as a Service(DaaS), APIs, Digital Case and Content Management solution, Client and Advisor Portals, Digital Transformation and Automation solutions for both Business and IT.
Yasemin has a B.Sc. in Electronic Engineering from Bosphorus University in Istanbul. She is a member of the Board for CIO Association of Canada Toronto Chapter, and various technology advisory committees. She has initiated and has been driving a Women’s Network focusing on diversity.
CIO Peer Forum 2019, Day 1: Track Speaker
Title: Diversity – Taking Action & Delivering Results
Diversity in IT is unquestionably an issue as the demand for talent significantly exceeds availability and studies increasingly show the benefits of diversity in delivering improved bottom-line business performance. This panel explores tangible steps being taken and the results of such efforts. Learn what is working and consider initiatives you could lead within your organization or within the broader industry to drive much needed change.
Speakers: Debra Christmas, Sylvia Apostolidis, Yasemin Sezer, Susan Van Klink