During this exclusive pre-event Podcast, Netlaw Media is delighted to present ‘British Legal Technology Forum 2020’ Event Partner speaker Steve Cox, Group Vice President, ERP EPM Product Marketing, Oracle
In an exclusive interview Steve Discusses:
- His role at Oracle
- Innovation is a hot topic for law firms, what he believe’s is driving this?
- It has been discussed that only a new computing model can deliver firm requirements. What does this mean and what challenges do you see for them at this point?
- Why that shift in investment focus?
- What’s next for law firm tech investment and innovation over the next 4 years?
Steve Cox is Group Vice President for ERP EPM Product Marketing at Oracle. He joined Oracle in 1997. Prior to his current role, he held various leadership positions within Oracle product marketing, consulting, and development. Steve is an Oracle thought-leader on business processes and how the convergence of cloud, mobile, analytics, social, big data, IoT, AI/machine learning, blockchain and AR/VR will fundamentally change the way we work.
Steve holds a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Bath. He is the author of two Oracle ebooks Oracle Modern Best Practice Explained and Oracle Modern Best Practice – Predicted and is currently working on a third. He has been widely published or quoted in leading finance and technology publications, including Forbes, FEI Daily, TechTarget, Diginomica, and others.
Roger Kennedy, Professional Radio Presenter and Journalist
Roger Kennedy is a professional Radio Presenter and Journalist with over 25 years experience working full-time for top UK radio stations.
Over the years Roger has presented live and recorded programmes on a wide range of specialist topics, including Motoring, Business, Personal Finance, Consumer Electronics, Holidays, Legal Issues, Medical, and many more. He has also been Head of Programming, Features Producer and Programme Controller at several different radio stations.
For 4 years Roger presented Decision makers, a weekly Business and Finance programme, covering all subjects to do with personal finance and running a business. Roger would get advice on the programme from top Bankers, Solicitors, Entrepreneurs and Politicians. Guests included such names as Alan Sugar, Richard Branson, William Hague and Tony Blair.