The Digital Transformation revolution is accelerating across the world.
Digital champions and disruptors in all industries are embracing new
technologies to completely transform the way they execute processes,
engage with customers, create business value and drive innovation in
products and service delivery. Ultimately entire traditional business
models will be challenged by the new business models born on digital
Nevertheless, digital transformation entails varying challenges and impediments for traditional IT which often prevent organizations from moving faster on the digital journey. This session will examine various methods and ways for accelerating digital transformation within your organization. It will also discuss some of the IT and digital competencies necessary for successful business and IT transformation to support innovation.
The impact of Artificial Intelligence and Automation in the enterprise digital journey is now strongly established. The key to this success lies in leveraging the relevant domain knowledge, contextual data, right IP and service delivery expertise.
In this session, we will explore how these factors play a pivotal role to maximize the returns of your investments in AI and Automation engagements. And since experience speaks for itself, we will demonstrate some real-world use cases.
The CIO is first and foremost a people manager, the captain of the team, the Chief Orchestration Officer. Many of the technical skills important at earlier stages of the career fade in importance compared to the ability to speak and be heard, to listen effectively, to build team spirit, and to influence people and events without always resorting to the power of authority. Even more so as CIOs face the challenges of acquiring much-needed talent, transforming IT organizations, and accelerating the delivery of digital capabilities.
In this panel discussion, we will discuss the most important skills a CIO must have in the digital era to not only be successful himself but to enable success for his organization and employees.
This session considers the implications of digital transformation for data. Whilst The Cloud has enabled compute and storage to become agile, too often data lags behind, and may represent as much a barrier to change as an enabler of value. In the course of this short presentation will review the requirements for data to be an enabling factor rather than one that may impede digital transformation initiatives. We will also discuss the fundamentals that need to be in place to ensure the data that is the lifeblood of digital business is visible, well protected, well governed and highly automated.
Digitalization in the pharmaceutical industry impacts many business processes, including areas of shaping the brands, delivering and engaging with different stakeholders through different channels and managing customer value. To enable and orchestrate customer centric engagements incl. digital channels the mindset and way of working of the reps has to develop.
This case study elaborates on examples of activities within business and IT, which are conducted within Boehringer-Ingelheim to drive this digital transformation and reflects on lessons learnt.
In this presentation, Huawei will present the following
IT and LoBs need to work together to be successful. According to IDC, 40% of CIOs Will Advance DX Initiatives by Building Organizational Linkages with LoB Technology Teams by 2018. CIOs need to understand that digital transformation is a team sport, and the most successful businesses will be those where IT and LoB executives work together.
On this panel, IT and LoB representatives will discuss the difficulties that can arise and which challenges need to be addressed to make DX successful.