Enterprise Digital Transformation

Monday, September 17, 2018 - 08:30 to Wednesday, September 19, 2018 - 16:45
Melbourne VIC
Australia
Description

The Enterprise Digital Transformation Australia conference brings together leaders from a variety of industries to identify opportunities to develop digital capabilities for better customer service, engagement and delivery.  Attendance at this timely event will give your digital transformation project the best chance of success. The event will include insightful case studies and interactive panel sessions covering the most pressing questions on digital transformation delivered by 25+ industry leaders. Coming to Melbourne 17-19 September 2018. Visit the event website for more information. 

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Key themes that will be explored at the conference include:

  • Reshape and lead your organisation through digital disruption
  • Achieve scalable digital transformation
  • Improve customer engagement & digital service delivery
  • Achieve business resilience and enterprise agility
  • Employ the right strategies for AI, RPA & automation
  • Design a people-first approach to digital 
  • Build digital capacity & capabilities
  • Meet your future data and connectivity needs
  • Bridge the gap between strategy, technology and business operations
  • Embrace & evaluate emerging technology as fit for purpose

Top speakers include:

  • David Krawitz, Chief Operating Officer, Allianz Australia
  • Stuart Mort, CTO – Cyber Security, Optus
  • Jennifer Scott, GM Digital Transformation and Performance, ANZ Bank
  • Pam Rebecca, Chief of Strategy, Innovation & Digital, World Vision Australia
  • David Lochrie, GM Digital and Integration, ME Bank
  • Steven Raynor, Chief Operating Officer, QBE Australia & New Zealand
  • Colin Fairweather, Chief Information Officer, City Of Melbourne
  • Scott Wall, Chief Information Officer, BankVic
Location
30
Presented by
Aventedge