Dejan Cvetkovic is the Chief Technology Officer of Microsoft, Central and East Europe. Having gained an education in Serbia he then built his career within Microsoft Canada in a wide variety of positions, ranging from software development to business development.
Some of the innovative projects where he led teams and developed solutions include the very first e-banking for HSBC and e-government for Western Canada back in mid 90s. In 2003, Dejan was appointed as a first General Manager for the newly formed country team of Microsoft Serbia and Montenegro.
In 2008 Dejan assumed the role of Microsoft public sector business director for Central and East Europe, multicountry region, where he has brought together a strong and ambitious team of professionals that forged relationships with a network of 1000+ local partners and generated a list of clients that reads as the Who’s Who of Central and East Europe business and technology, but also includes educational institutions, humanitarian projects and international organizations. Dejan also held a position of the President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia striving for simplicity in laws, regulations and procedures in order to accelerate the attraction of the Foreign Direct Investments. In his current role, Dejan works with the Government officials, policy makers and influencers to help paint the technology vision of the countries in CEE.
Who is the Conference for?
Government decision makers and strategists from countries implementing national e-Governance strategies,
Donor organisations supporting development of open, transparent and efficient governance practices via IT solutions
Companies developing e-Governance applications and assisting governments with their implementation