Day 1 - 17 May 2023

09:45AM

Jonathan Alloy

Digital Transformation Executive

Financial Services

Associated Talks:

10:00AM - Day 2

View Human-centered Approaches to DTX: Chairperson’s Welcome

09:45AM - Day 1

View Digital Transformation in Action: Chairperson’s Welcome

04:20PM - Day 1

View VIRTUAL PRESENTATION: Breaking Down Silos for Collaborative Transformation

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Digital Transformation in Action: Chairperson’s Welcome

Chairperson’s Welcome and Opening Remarks.

. Jonathan Alloy, Digital Transformation Executive, Financial Services

10:00AM

Sneha Narahalli

Head of Product (Digital, Data & MarTech)

Sephora

Associated Talks:

10:00AM - Day 1

View Presentation: What Technology Leaders Need to be Aware of to Secure Efficient Digital Transformation

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Presentation: What Technology Leaders Need to be Aware of to Secure Efficient Digital Transformation

This Session Will … 

  • Discuss strategies for encouraging and enabling digital transformation within the traditional industries.   
  • Explore the lessons that can be learned from businesses that were ‘born digital’   
  • Recognise and combat outdated ideas that harm your digital process and strategies.   
  • Explore how digital technologies increase business optimisation. 
. Sneha Narahalli, Head of Product (Digital, Data & MarTech), Sephora

10:30AM

Jay Migliaccio

Technical Product Manager - IBM Watson Orchestrate Software

IBM

Associated Talks:

10:30AM - Day 1

View Keynote Presentation: Augmenting your Workforce in a Digital-First World

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Keynote Presentation: Augmenting your Workforce in a Digital-First World

The future of work and business is increasingly digital. Employees are under pressure to get more done, in less time, and with higher quality. In this new era, automation tools can no longer be just for data scientists and developers. Workers across your organization must be empowered to automate when and where it matters most, to improve their productivity and accelerate your speed of business. This requires working in new ways that were not possible before today’s advancements. Augmenting employees with digital labor to tackle tedious tasks and compiling siloed data to increase productivity will freeup time to work on new projects, solve new problems, and grow skills. Join us to learn more about how IBM Automation can help you augment your workforce with digital labor and remain dynamic, resilient and efficient in a digital-first world.

. Jay Migliaccio, Technical Product Manager - IBM Watson Orchestrate Software, IBM

11:00AM

Deedy Das

Head of Engineering, Search & Intelligence

Glean

Associated Talks:

11:00AM - Day 1

View Keynote Presentation: Why You Can’t Build a Lasting Modern Business Without Search

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Keynote Presentation: Why You Can’t Build a Lasting Modern Business Without Search

According to McKinsey, employees spend 9.3 hours a week searching for information. That’s no surprise – even at Google and Facebook, robust internal search systems like Moma and bunnylol were well-loved, and often the untold secrets of innovation at scale. When organizations scale to a certain size, the overhead of new (and often remote) employees asking questions, trying to get up to speed on a new project, knowing who to ask about what, or even knowing something as simple as who is on which team, can be an uphill battle. Companies have tried to build a comprehensive enterprise search solution since before 2000, but for a multitude of reasons, never really generalized to all companies. In this talk, we’ll walk through why it’s such a hard problem to solve, how Glean does it differently, and why its absolutely essential for the digital transformation of any company larger than 250 people.

. Deedy Das, Head of Engineering, Search & Intelligence, Glean

11:30AM

Networking Break

11:45AM

Julie Stanford

Lecturer, Science and Engineering Education Fellow / Principal

Stanford University School of Engineering / Sliced Bread Design

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Brandon Lennox

Technical Product Management

IBM

Associated Talks:

11:45AM - Day 1

View Panel: Fuelling Your Digital Engine – Core Digital Infrastructures, Technologies, and Beyond

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Arvind Jain

CEO & Co-Founder

Glean

Associated Talks:

11:45AM - Day 1

View Panel: Fuelling Your Digital Engine – Core Digital Infrastructures, Technologies, and Beyond

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Paige DeRaedt

Senior Analytics Manager

Strava

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11:45AM - Day 1

View Panel: Fuelling Your Digital Engine – Core Digital Infrastructures, Technologies, and Beyond

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Andrew Wickett

VP North American AM2C & AMC Enterprise

MicroFocus

Associated Talks:

11:45AM - Day 1

View Panel: Fuelling Your Digital Engine – Core Digital Infrastructures, Technologies, and Beyond

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Panel: Fuelling Your Digital Engine – Core Digital Infrastructures, Technologies, and Beyond

This panel will explore:  

  • How organizations should start their digital engine from consumer centricity.
  • Examples of solving business issues using analytics and data.  
  • Lessons from pilots, and enterprise-level transformations.  
  • Inspiration for business leaders to apply digital to improving positive societal impact. 
Moderator: . Julie Stanford, Lecturer, Science and Engineering Education Fellow / Principal, Stanford University School of Engineering / Sliced Bread Design
. Brandon Lennox, Technical Product Management, IBM
. Arvind Jain, CEO & Co-Founder, Glean
. Paige DeRaedt, Senior Analytics Manager, Strava
. Andrew Wickett, VP North American AM2C & AMC Enterprise, MicroFocus

12:35PM

Mark Sunday

CIO

Oracle (retired)

Associated Talks:

12:35PM - Day 1

View Presentation: Digital Initiatives at Risk: The Fatal Consequences of Overlooking End Users

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Casey Trujillo

VP of Strategic Partnerships

BrainStorm

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12:35PM - Day 1

View Presentation: Digital Initiatives at Risk: The Fatal Consequences of Overlooking End Users

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Presentation: Digital Initiatives at Risk: The Fatal Consequences of Overlooking End Users

Join in as we discuss how failing to prioritize end users can have fatal consequences for your digital initiatives, and disruptive technologies available to IT teams for end user engagement and adoption.

We’ll walk through real world examples as we discuss:

– The quantifiable risks of low user engagement and adoption

– 4 easy ways IT teams stand to revolutionize the digital user experience

– The massive opportunities of a user-centered digital strategy

By the end of this session, attendees will come away with a stronger business case for end user engagement and adoption, as well as actionable insights to improve their organization’s approach.

. Mark Sunday, CIO, Oracle (retired)
. Casey Trujillo, VP of Strategic Partnerships, BrainStorm

12:55PM

Presentation: Designing for Multi-Cloud Environments

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01:25PM

Lunch & Networking Break

02:10PM

Kyle Kain

Vice President, Intelligent Automation

Ashling Partners

Associated Talks:

02:10PM - Day 1

View Keynote Presentation: From Scarcity to Abundance: How Intelligent Automation is Revolutionizing Digital Transformation

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Mike DeLeonardis

Chief Growth Officer

Ashling Partners

Associated Talks:

03:50PM - Day 1

View Panel: Future Proofing – What are the Priorities?

02:10PM - Day 1

View Keynote Presentation: From Scarcity to Abundance: How Intelligent Automation is Revolutionizing Digital Transformation

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Keynote Presentation: From Scarcity to Abundance: How Intelligent Automation is Revolutionizing Digital Transformation

Join Ashling Partners as they discuss the critical role of Enterprise Intelligent Automation in driving Digital Transformation in the modern business landscape. Today’s healthcare and manufacturing industries are some of the many industries that face unique challenges in terms of connecting employees, customers, and suppliers in a meaningful way to drive quantifiable outcomes across all dimensions within the business. Digital transformation optimization is therefore essential to overcome these challenges, and this requires the integration of Enterprise Intelligent Automation into their journey to achieve connected process optimization.

Intelligent Automation is the key strategy for businesses to achieve digital transformation. It is effectively turning scarcity into abundance by displacing the three most scarce resources in today’s enterprise: time, people, and data. By leveraging software/digital robots to a take remedial task, businesses can save time and allow their workforce to focus on more strategic initiatives. This approach ensures that the workforce across customers, employees, and suppliers is integrated into cohesive business processes.

Across industries, the successful implementation of Enterprise Intelligent Automation has several key components. From leveraging software/digital robots to complement their workforce and achieve exponential results, to utilizing data to solve complex changeless to see rapid acceleration, Intelligent Automation is ultimately driving business outcomes and competitive advantages.

Discover how businesses are building enterprise intelligent automation programs to enable modern customer employee and supplier experiences.

Key Takeaways:

  • Intelligent Automation is a key strategy for businesses to achieve digital transformation and drive quantifiable outcomes across all dimensions of their business
  • By leveraging software/digital robots, business can save time, displace scarcity of resources, and allow the workplace to focus on more strategic initiatives
  • Implementing Intelligent Automation can lead to a modern customer, employee, and supplier experience
. Kyle Kain, Vice President, Intelligent Automation, Ashling Partners
. Mike DeLeonardis, Chief Growth Officer, Ashling Partners

02:40PM

Murali Nathan

Digital Innovation and Transformation Leader

Avery Dennison

Associated Talks:

02:40PM - Day 1

View Presentation: Digital is Overrated, but Transformation Isn’t – Learnings from a 100 Failures and a Dozen Successes in the Enterprise

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Presentation: Digital is Overrated, but Transformation Isn’t – Learnings from a 100 Failures and a Dozen Successes in the Enterprise

  • Knowing where to play and how to win
  • Building an incremental innovation framework that works (when it does)
  • Repeating the wins and celebrating the failures
  • Developing an innovation mindset is like learning to ride a bicycle
  • Small digital innovations that scale fuel large transformations
. Murali Nathan, Digital Innovation and Transformation Leader, Avery Dennison

03:10PM

Tori Porritt

Senior Account Executive and Enterprise Team Lead

Amazon Business

Associated Talks:

03:10PM - Day 1

View Keynote Presentation: Drive operational efficiencies with digital procurement

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Keynote Presentation: Drive operational efficiencies with digital procurement

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. Tori Porritt, Senior Account Executive and Enterprise Team Lead , Amazon Business

03:40PM

Networking Break

03:50PM

Aditya Kejriwal

Customer Experience, Product Management and Business Transformation Leader

Cardinal Health

Associated Talks:

12:20PM - Day 2

View Presentation: Driving Transformation Value through Business Outsourcing

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Marina Kernes

Assistant CIO

City of Burbank

Associated Talks:

01:00PM - Day 1

View Presentation: How to Create Meaningful OKR (Objectives and Key Results) in order to Connect Strategy and Execution

03:50PM - Day 1

View Panel: Future Proofing – What are the Priorities?

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Raj Desai

Vice President Product, Portfolio Management & Delivery

Kaiser Permanente

Associated Talks:

03:50PM - Day 1

View Panel: Future Proofing – What are the Priorities?

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Mike DeLeonardis

Chief Growth Officer

Ashling Partners

Associated Talks:

03:50PM - Day 1

View Panel: Future Proofing – What are the Priorities?

02:10PM - Day 1

View Keynote Presentation: From Scarcity to Abundance: How Intelligent Automation is Revolutionizing Digital Transformation

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Panel: Future Proofing – What are the Priorities?

In an increasingly digital world, Digital Transformation has become synonymous with future-proofing businesses. What steps can your organization take to make sure it doesn’t get left behind? 

  • How to reshape, build, adapt and execute a digital strategy that not only aligns with your company goals, but prioritizes more sustainable practices that benefit consumers, employees and the environment.
  • Cultivating a culture of consideration when deciding what to invest in – especially during uncertain economic times. 
  • Looking ahead beyond 2023, what’s next for DTX? 
Moderator: . Aditya Kejriwal, Customer Experience, Product Management and Business Transformation Leader, Cardinal Health
. Marina Kernes, Assistant CIO, City of Burbank
. Raj Desai, Vice President Product, Portfolio Management & Delivery, Kaiser Permanente
. Mike DeLeonardis, Chief Growth Officer, Ashling Partners

04:30PM

Mike Rogewitz

Director of Enterprise Sales

Make

Associated Talks:

04:30PM - Day 1

View Presentation: How no-code automation is powering a productivity revolution

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Presentation: How no-code automation is powering a productivity revolution

From the earliest business machines, to putting connected devices in everyone’s hand, technology has transformed work. And now, we’re on the cusp of the next major leap forward in workplace productivity: no-code automation.In this session, you’ll get up to speed in just 10 minutes: discover the new tools that enable you to deliver dramatically more value without adding expensive headcount, and get the inside track on how other companies are putting them to work.

. Mike Rogewitz, Director of Enterprise Sales, Make

04:40PM

Srinivas Kommalapati

CEO

Mushroom Solutions

Associated Talks:

04:40PM - Day 1

View Presentation: Connecting IT and OT using Digital Twins

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Presentation: Connecting IT and OT using Digital Twins

This presentation will cover the challenges, solution approaches, and the overall equipment effectiveness applicability for connecting IT and OT devices using Digital Twins in manufacturing and pharmasutical industries. In addition, Srinivas will be showcasing Mushroom Solution’s realtime OEE Dashboard, an animated machine view with metrics simulated, and an open source based IOT Hub solution to establish the data pipelines.

. Srinivas Kommalapati, CEO, Mushroom Solutions

04:50PM

End of Day One

View Day Two Content Here:

Human Centered Approaches to DTX

CX | Data | AI and the Future of Work | Employee Experience | Agile Transformation| Monitoring Impact