Leveraging IoT Will Increase Visibility, Enhance Experience
As enterprise IT leaders and decision makers descend on San Diego this November for the Enterprise Mobility Transformation Exchange, they’ll come away with information and knowledge from their peers that could possibly alter the way their company operates.
On November 9 and 10 at the Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa, Mission Bay, dozens of CIOs, VPs, and directors of technology and mobility will come together to network, learn, benchmark, and meet with onsite solution providers in a closed-door, invite-only setting.
The event’s agenda of speaking sessions is packed with use cases and innovative thought leadership, including that of Kumar Srivastava, VP of Product & Strategy for BNY Mellon’s Silicon Innovation Center, who will close the event with a keynote discussion titled, “Develop an IoT Intelligence Hub With Agility At The Heart.”
Enterprise Mobility Exchange sat down with Srivastava and asked him to elaborate on the focus of his talk at the event.
Enterprise Mobility Exchange: What are the highlights of the closing keynote presentation?
Kumar Srivastava: The focus of the presentation will be on how to build an IoT specific data and compute architecture that enables the organization to understand, react and iterate to the signals delivered through their IoT ecosystem. The presentation will focus on:
- IoT Data
- IoT Real-Time Analysis
- IoT and AI/ML
The goal of the presentation is to use examples and case studies to describe how enterprises can leverage their IoT investments to build best in class applications that increase visibility, agility and enhance customer experience.
EME: How does the topic pertain to your enterprise, and how is it currently being used?
KS: Across financial services and other key verticals, the focus has shifted on how to manage costs but at the same time, maximize the value that can be generated from technology investments in IoT, Data, AI/ML etc. This is common across all verticals and the goal is to ensure that technology investments have a direct impact on business drivers and metrics. We are focussing on ensuring that the enterprise has a clear strategy and a roadmap that ensures that customer facing value is continuously being generated.
EME: What do you hope the audience will learn from your presentation? What information can they bring back to the office?
KS: I expect the audience to be get key insights into what a good architecture and strategy looks like for ensuring high ROI from IoT investments that bleed into AI/ML, Data and API strategies. Audiences will understand how to design an intelligence hub that brings together the best in class technology to enable cutting edge applications.
In addition to the closing keynote, Srivastava will also join a panel discussion about Uniting Mobile, Innovation & The Business on day one of the event. To find out more about the Enterprise Mobility Transformation Exchange, click here.