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Enterprise Transformation Exchange is a hosted summit focused exclusively on bringing IT decision-makers together with industry experts and solution providers for 2.5 days of peer-to-peer networking and information sharing. For the past 8 years, this unique event has served as an ideal educational and social vehicle helping IT leaders across the U.S. to build new relationships, stay innovative and forward-thinking.

Taking place November 4-6, 2019 at the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, Québec City, Quebec, ET Exchange features an in-depth agenda with keynote sessions, panel discussions, breakout sessions, case study presentations and 1-on-1 meetings. In appreciation for time spent out of office, attendees are hosted, which means that complimentary airfare, ground transportation, hotel and registration costs are provided adding even more value to our resource rich event.


Enterprise Transformation in 2019

Enterprise organizations must continuously evolve and adapt to meet the future of work requirements that the industry and, most importantly, the customers are demanding. Enterprise automation, building new and interactive customer experiences with enterprise software and applications, embracing mobility solutions for dynamic and optimized operations, becoming lean and more agile organizations, and leveraging advanced technology as well as emerging IT solutions will be key to remaining competitive and relevant in today’s fast-paced 5G economy. Devops, either outsourced or leveraged in-house, is becoming more important to CIOs and IT managers as we embrace automation and connect devices, people, places, and things, which require more robust tools and software to analyze, secure, and store data.

Are you interested in what the Future of Work is and how technology will impact your business and industry presently and beyond?

If so we invite you to join Industry Analysts, Enterprise Executives and Solution Providers for a trends and sales engagement event that will discuss how technology is changing work as we know it through data intelligence, automation, customer experience solutions, mobile engagement, and software tools/platforms. The expected impacts of an organization’s culture, changing workforce skillsets and tools, sourcing talent and new hires, the real-time workspace, transforming through “lean” and “agile” software and processes, and the nature and makeup of the workforce itself are leading topics of discussion for ET Exchange. Customer-centric solutions and the instant economy are changing the focus and priorities for IT managers, directors, and CXOs, and the time is now to embrace the future of work.

Through a combination of executive thought leader keynotes, fireside chats, interactive and thought-provoking panel discussions, and impactful vendor presented case studies, ET Exchange will explore the following topics:

November 4-6, 2019

Fairmont Le Château Frontenac

Québec City, Quebec

Kin Lee-Yow

CIO

CAA Club Group of Companies

Michael Eubanks

CIO

LCBO

Philippe Johnston

CIO and Departmental Security Officer, Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council

IDC Canada

Phil McBride

GM Technology & Operations

AIMIA

General Manager & Group Vice President - IDC Canada Research Vice President, IoT and Industries - IDC Canada
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Lars Goransson

Managing Director

IDC Canada

Nigel Wallis

Research Vice President, IoT and Industries

IDC Canada

Tony Olvet

Group Vice President, Research

IDC Canada

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“Future of Work: Building the Intelligent & Agile Enterprise”

•    Which technologies will significantly change the Future Workforce needs and how? How will this enable the Agile enterprise or government organization?

•    Which roles and industries will be most affected by the Future Workforce change?

•    How will artificial intelligence (AI), robots, drones, and augmented reality (AR) solutions interact with employees in different industries? The impact to customer experiences?

•    How will communications, network capacity and security solutions evolve to meet the needs of the Future Workforce, Agile Enterprises, and customers?

•    What is the potential timescale and likely impact of predicted Future Workforce changes on organizations?

•    How will business and IT leaders adapt? How does this shift the role of technology vendors, service providers and consultants as suppliers to organizations

•    Defining the Agile Enterprise and understanding best in class enterprise solutions, technology, and impact of future current and future trends.

•    What are some of the key trends, tools, and platforms being used today to help businesses and organizations build more agile and lean processes, operations, and support evolving Devops goals and planning?

Bill Keyworth

Vice President of Research, IT Operational Excellence

IDC

Blaine Mathieu

Chief Marketing & Product Officer

VANTIQ

Kevin Lonergan

Research Manager, Security and Infrastructure

IDC

Lars Goransson

Managing Director

IDC Canada

Stewart Bond

Research Director

IDC

Deepak Gandhi

VP Enterprise Solutions

MPOYNT Inc.

John Harrington

Product Marketing, IBM MaaS360 with Watson

IBM Security

Grant Asplund

Principal Evangelist

Check Point Software Technologies

Nigel Wallis

Research Vice President, IoT and Industries

IDC Canada