Every organization is being challenged to transform its business digitally. CIOs face the challenges of acquiring much-needed talent, transforming IT organizations, and accelerating the delivery of digital capabilities. With digital transformation (DX) accelerating globally, the best organizations are pulling away from their competitors. Today we will look at how successful CIOs are tackling leadership issues related to digital transformation.
If your company was born as a digital native, then there is no digital transformation. But most companies had a pre-digital life: an existing IT function creating and managing a set of systems, with established ways of working to support the Business’ needs.
This session considers some of the key challenges that you will encounter as your business undertakes its DX journey – and provides guidance based on lessons already being learned.
Business process management (BPM) software tends to be adopted from the top down for major changes that align with strategic initiatives and provide a way for enterprises to differentiate themselves. BPM also continues to play an important role in supporting day-to-day worker productivity, ranging from small teams to cross-enterprise horizontal processes. In this case, BPM software is adopted from the bottom up to improve productivity, automate, deliver more consistency, and drive efficiency improvements.
The potential of IoT is a generational opportunity grounded in near-term gains through productivity and long-term value creation through new business model development. The global IoT market continues to evolve, however the needs of enterprises vary across regions and technologies when considering IoT deployments. IoT Budget holders vary and have different perspectives on the IoT's impact on their organization, leading drivers and inhibitors to IoT deployments.
Following our digital strategy we have implemented big data technology and implemented several use cases of its usage, however technology is just part of the story, and journey which we are following at UniCredit Bulbank in order to bring new and better customer experience to our customer across different channels. Despite the fact that we have learnt a lot already we still have just build basis for our future, when we will be able to enhance our big data with additional data sources provided by our customers under PSD2 or form different social network. Presentation will highlight our big data basic use cases and their benefit for creating better customer experience as well what is the future for further enhancement
DevOps practices are a necessary tool for every CIOs tool kit. CIOs and their teams should seriously consider driving DevOps transformation across their application development and IT operations teams to deliver business outcomes faster and deliver agility that enables sustainable competitive advantages.
Why the blockchain technology is considered so promising and revolutionary?
What is the technology impact in Financial Services and which other industries will be impacted?
Which are the main challenges in regards of blockchain?
Which are the most significant blockchain projects?
DTC is a ground-breaking shared platform that aims to make domestic and cross-border commerce easier for European small and medium-size (SME) businesses by harnessing the power of distributed ledger technology. DTC is developed by a consortium of 7 major European banks and expects to be live by the end of 2017. During this session, you will get to know more about the value proposition of DTC and the ambitions for the future.
If you conduct an intensive examination of the IT employment market, it will uncovere demand for jobs whose titles would have been meaningless only a year or two ago: augmented reality designer, Internet of things architect, container developers.
What the latest trends are telling us?
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