Enterprise Mobility Exchange, Europe adds Leading Organisations to Exciting Speaker Faculty

The Enterprise Mobility Exchange, Europe will be held at the Hotels van Oranje, Noordwijk aan Zee in the Netherlands in just over two months (11 - 13 May, 2015).

As the three-day event draws closer, the revered and vastly experienced group of senior-level mobile and enterprise IT professionals that will be presenting in the innovative sessions continues to build excitement among those that will be in attendance.

Event Chariman: Nick McQuire, Vice President, Enterprise Research, CCS Insight

Kalman Tiboldi, Chief Business Innovation Officer, TVH

Thomas Born, Chief Technology Security Officer, Vodafone

Dragan Pendic, Chief Security Architect, Diageo

Wouter Schmitz, Chief Architect, ABN AMRO NL

Annosh Thakkar, Vice President, Business & IT Transformation, Philips

Additionally, some of the sessions set to take place at the Exchange, which will undoubtedly capture the interest of a broad range of the senior-level practitioners in attendance, will include:

M2M, IOT &Wearables: The Business Case Behind @anytime @anyplace

This session will be a case study and on-stage debate, featuring the success of a leading company in implementing wearable technology, to enhance customer experience and drive competitve advantage. We will then dive into a debate with mobility professionals and analysts to assess the potential of M2M, IOT and wearables, and their potential in the future of Enterprise Mobility.

Do More with Mobile: How to Implement a Holistic Enterprise Mobility Strategy and Maximise Return on Investment

As IT transformation has created new opportunities for organisations to gain a real competitive edge on their market, Enterprise Mobility has at the heart of everything. Being reported as one of CIOs' top priorities in 2014, it is now imperative to strategise with every part of the business in mind. This will mark the end of a fragmented approach to mobility. From application development to enhancing customer experience, this session will address the 'mobile-first' approach, driving value and managing IT risks, gaining buy-in across departments, and extending business operations and analytics to mobile.

Other mission-critical topics which will be covered at the Exchange include data security, cross-platform application development and managing Enterprise Mobility across the business.

The Enterprise Mobility Exchange will bring together 120 CIOs, VPs and Heads of Mobile Workforce, Field Service, IT, Fleet Management and Operations from enterprises across Europe will attend the Enterprise Mobility Exchange in 2015; widely regarded as the must-attend forum for the enterprise mobility community. Visit the website to find out more!