Warts & All... What's The Real Story Behind the Digital Transformation Buzz?

Warts & All... What's The Real Story Behind the Digital Transformation Buzz?

Successful digital transformation doesn't just depend on exploring new tech and AI. Instead, company's processes, people and technology must be agile enough to work in tandem to transform legacy systems, minimise disruption and add real value to the business bottom-line.

So what practical steps are going to drive profitable digital transformation within an organisation?  Real-world approaches and case studies, straight from 27 speakers including PZ Cussons, Bank of Ireland, River Island, The Scottish Government, Heineken and ALLIANZ, will be presented at The Digital Transformation Stories Conference - Technology, People, Processes in London on 15th May.

The event, organized by Global Insight Conferences and supported by XPRIMM Publications as Media Partner, represents one compact day of debates when directors of digital, transformation, technology and IT meet to determine the future of agile, digitally-enabled businesses and technologies.

Participants who quote 'XPRIMM' under 'ID Code' will save £200 when booking online.

"The Digital Transformation Stories Conference - Technology, People, Processes" brings into debate practical, front-line strategies to implement new and disruptive technologies, win buy-in and cultural change, digitally enable their workforce, minimise disruption and maximise profits.

Throughout the day, international speakers from well-known companies will focus on various topics and case studies, including:

  1. ZURICH Insurance Company, National Express, Bank of Ireland, PZ Cussons and University of Nottingham debate the myriad of hot new and disruptive technologies from AI to VR and blockchain to Robotics. Find out what's going to deliver business growth for your organisation
  2. Comic Relief and University of Edinburgh chair the event and share insight over practical digital transformation case studies
  3. TRAINLINE and The Scottish Government reveal how to align the workforce and transform operations to adapt all levels of the organisation to the changing digital climate
  4. British Heart Foundation, ALLIANZ, Ministry of Justice, National Express, NSPCC and British Council ensure the customer is kept front of mind at every step of your transformation process
  5. BNP Paribas reveals how to win over employees, get buy-in from stakeholders and transform internal cultures to ensure the entire workforce is bought in and engaged with the transformation journey
  6. MET Office reveals how one can influence strategic business decisions and tailor one's transformation journey with best-practice data management strategies
  7. River Island and Shire successfully navigate large-scale digital transformation and break down barriers which slow down progress
  8. MET Office shares next-level investment proposal approaches which get the green light from the board room. Participants will discover how to secure investment with a compelling business case for their digital transformation journey

PLUS! Participants will also have the opportunity to join facilitated peer-to-peer debates on digital skills, employee engagement, digital optimisation, changes to personalisation and consumerism and applying corporate strategies to charities - AccorHotels, HEINEKEN, CAMELOT, University of Nottingham and The Air Ambulance Service

Download the brochure to view the full agenda and speaker list. Quote 'XPRIMM' under 'ID Code' when booking online at www.digitalstoriesconference.com or call +44 (0)20 3479 2299.

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