Social Impact Tech Conversations

Tuesday, November 14th

9:00 am - Social Impact Tech Conversations

Spectrum Partner Group invites you to the first of the Tech Conversations – a Social Impact Tech Conversation!

Bringing together leading enterprises solutions in the format of tech conversations for NGOs, VWOs, and Social Enterprises, Social Impact Tech Conversations is a platform driving dialogue between tech experts in the field and organisations in need of transforming their operations.

Who will be there?

Arthur Fernandez, Director of Spectrum Partner Group
Arthur brings over 30 years of extensive international business experience with a record of contributions that has streamlined operations, invigorated organisations, stepped up productivity & enhanced internal controls with a multi-disciplinary approach. As founder of Spectrum Partner a Cloud Solutions company, he is dedicated in assisting Non-Profit & Social Enterprises to fulfil their objectives. He is an Executive Committee member for Sportif Youth, an organisation dedicated to bringing sports activities for the marginalised community.

Peggy Duvette, Social Impact Head of Oracle+NetSuite
Peggy has been a thought leader in technology & social change and women leadership for over 15 years. As the Head of Social Impact at Oracle+NetSuite, she is responsible for the donation of the NetSuite products to nonprofits located all around the world as well as our signature pro bono program, SuiteProbono. She is committed to helping nonprofits and social enterprises to further their social impact. Previously, as Executive Director of WiserEarth, Peggy was responsible for growing an online community of over 80,000 members from all around the world working towards sustainability and social justice issues. She earned an MVA with Honours in Management and Sustainability from SFSU. She is also a board member of WiseGiving.

Rick Koh, Managing Director of Cloud Comrade
Founder and Managing Director of Cloud Comrade, Rick Koh, has 25 years of business and IT consulting experience. He has previously also worked for Ernst & Young, Oracle, and SAP.

Yuen Tat Yee, Chief Solution Officer of Consulting Research Services
Chief Solution Officer of Consulting Research Services, Yuen Tat Yee, has 23 years of Information Technology experience and 13 years of Salesforce implementation and solution experience. He has helped to implement over 30 Not-For-Profit projects in both Singapore as well as Malaysia. He earned a B.Sc in Computer Engineering from the University of Massachusetts.

Elisha Tan, Regional Sales Executive of GPayroll
Undertaking the challenge of growing a business fro scratch, Elisha was in the sales team serving regional clients in Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Thailand. After two years of hard work and perseverance, Elisha and the Gpayroll team have managed to grow their customer base to 300 paying customers. As the pioneer sales employee of the company, Elisha was tasked with putting in place efficient sales processes, and ensuring that the Gpayroll customer base grew in a sustainable manner. Apart from revenue generation, he also played a key role in moulding a Gpayroll work culture that is not only fun, but also customer-centric. A firm believer that technology is dynamic and constantly changing, Elisha does his utmost best to share with his peers his infectious enthusiasm for SaaS products and how it is changing the world we live in.


  1. Who is this event for?
    For ‘C’ Level, Senior Managers and Decision Makers looking to transform the organisation with ‘best of breed’ solutions to meet the objectives of any NGO, VWO, Social Enterprise or Start Up.
  2. What should I bring to the event?
    Please bring your business card and the registration confirmation e-ticket.
  3. Is there a restriction on the number of registrations per organisation?
    Due to limited capacity, only a maximum of 2 attendees from any Organisation will be accepted (any additional pax exceeding the limit per Organisation will be placed on the waiting list).
  4. Will food be provided?
    Light refreshments and lunch will be provided.
  5. What are my transport/parking options?
    By Car: You can park at either Laselle College of the Arts or Singapore Pools Building.
    By Public Transportation: The nearest MRT Station is Rochor (2 mins walk).
  6. I have more questions that you didn’t talk about here.
    You can reach us at or simply drop us a message on our Facebook page.


Tuesday, November 14th
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Impact Hub
128 Prinsep Street, #01-01, Singapore 188655

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