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DXAgents Big Data Toronto 2017

Toronto
June 20 & 21, 2017

We’ve got some great DXAgents activities and content coming your way later this month at Big Data Toronto.

This year Big Data Toronto is bigger and better, bringing together the brightest minds in Big Data, IoT, and AI.

53% of Canadian enterprises are currently creating a big data strategy, or would like to, and only 16% of Canadian organizations have staff in place that are able to work on Big Data projects.

We’re continuing the DXAgents acceleration experience at this 4000+ attendee conference with:

Panel Discussion – Clarity Without Complexity: Data-Driven Digital Transformation

As new technologies continue to disrupt traditional business models, the need to adapt to the digital economy grows increasingly more critical. In this panel discussion, moderator Namir Anani, President & CEO Information & Communications Technology Council will lead an interactive dialog on data-driven digital transformation and its impact on value creation in today’s digital world.

The panel will share their key drivers, structures, strategies, and best practice for successful transformation across the enterprise:

  • Humza Teherany, CEO Compass Digital Labs & President CIO Association of Canada
  • Alexey Rykhva, CIO Procter & Gamble Canada
  • Irene Zaguskin, CIO Enercare
  • Sarah McMullin, Director of Emerging Technologies, SAP
  • Boris Bogatirev, Managing, Consulting, Information Management & Analytics, Deloitte Canada
Executive Workshop – Data-Driven Digital Transformation: Making the Case For Modernization

Continue the conversation from the panel session by diving deeper into the “how to” of digital transformation (DX) – learning how to turn strategies into concrete actions, and how to build the right foundation for successful transformation to take place.

This applied workshop will enable those responsible for data-driven digital transformation in their respective organizations to gain new perspectives by collaborating in small groups to work through a DX case study on fictional legacy retailer “Book Smart” – for which groups will work alongside DX practitioners and thought leaders to define a clear path forward by transforming the way the company acquires, produces, distributes and sells their core products in the digital economy. This workshop is designed to provide DX leaders with the framework, resources, and skills they need to accelerate digital transformation efforts in their respective organizations.

Register now for your free pass, or upgrade to VIP here ($100 discount), and then come join us in Booth 706 for some digital transformation therapy.

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