Plotting Your Digital Transformation Roadmap
Atlanta will host the Enterprise Mobility Exchange’s first U.S event of 2016. The Exchange’s agenda already boasts speakers operating in both the private and the public sector, a number of leading industry analysts and mobility leaders from some of the world’s biggest enterprises.
As the host of the 1996 Olympic Games, Atlanta knows a thing or two about hosting major events. More than two million visitors came to Georgia’s largest city over the course of that event, a figure July’s Enterprise Mobility Exchange will, of course, be some way short of.
Thankfully, however, that’s exactly the way we want it. The key to all our Exchanges is that they bring together only the most senior mobility professionals, and Atlanta will be no different. The attendees will come to the event with the same goal: to learn from one another and to deliver value to their respective organisations.
The Exchange’s main theme will be to examine the strategies companies can adopt to make their IT transformation initiatives a success. Mahesh Gupta, General Manager- Enterprise Mobility, Delta Air Lines, will be one of the initial day’s first speakers. He will be discussing the benefits of Mobile Centres of Excellence and how they are enabling Delta Airlines on their journey towards Mobile-First status.
The case study will look at the journey from the perspective of a major airline, and therefore represent a unique look at some of the organisational challenges faced by mobility leaders.
We will also hear from Chris Martinez, CISO, Aetna and Timothy Bass, Global Mobile Strategy Lead, Merck. Their question and answer session will address a problem whose answer evades many mobility professionals: namely, finding the right balance between user experience and security.
Both events will bring together mobility leaders, all of whom have decades of experience within the space. As mentioned, the Exchanges will tackle the most important issues facing enterprise mobility and look at how companies can drive growth with mobile.