Connecting Business With Mobile Creates ‘First-Class’ Delivery

Contributor: Jason Koestenblatt
Posted: 09/11/2017
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The exchange of ideas, information, and best practices at this crucially important time in technological advancement is a critical component in pushing the enterprise forward. That’s exactly the idea behind the Enterprise Mobility Digital Transformation Exchange, set to take place in San Diego this November.

The event, which will feature more than 60 attendees and on-site solution providers, is a two-day event on November 9 and 10 at the Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa, Mission Bay, and includes dozens of speakers who will touch on all facets of mobile transformation, from securing endpoints to the proliferation of IoT and how AI folds into the future of work.

One of the attendees lending his insight to the event and putting it on display for the audience is Divyang Bhatt, IT Director and Head of the Mobile Center of Excellence at QuintilesIMS. Bhatt’s main focus currently is to deliver innovative mobile apps that will increase efficiency and productivity for the company’s employees while remaining HIPAA compliant.

Bhatt will be a panelist at the Exchange, sitting and discussing “Uniting Mobile, Innovation & The Business.” Enterprise Mobility Exchange asked Bhatt what he planned to discuss at the event and how it could potentially help those in attendance.

Enterprise Mobility Exchange:
How does the panel topic pertain to your enterprise, and how is it currently being used?
Divyang Bhatt:
The panel topic pertains to my enterprise as this is how we currently ensure that mobility is successful. We foster a strong partnership with our business stakeholders and work jointly to ensure mobility is a success.
EME:
What do you hope the audience will learn from your participation on the panel? What information can they bring back to the office?
DB:
I expect the audience to learn about how to setup the partnership with business from the initial establishment of a mobile team in order for future success. They can learn about some of the challenges and how to overcome it in order to create a first class mobile delivery center.

Bhatt will be joined on the panel by Chris Hewitt, Center of Excellence Leader for DuPont; Kumar Srivastava, VP Product & Strategy for BNY Mellon; and Ray Chan, VP of IT for the San Diego Padres.

Hewitt will also deliver a presentation on Transforming the Field with Mobile Networks and IoT Solutioning, alongside DuPont’s Mobility Solutions Manager Matt Cubit. Hewitt outlined what the duo plans to discuss and how it will impact the audience in a sit-down chat with Enterprise Mobility Exchange that can be read here.

Srivastava will give the event’s closing keynote presentation, titled “Develop an IoT Intelligence Hub with Agility at the Heart,” and explain how a digital leader can prepare for transformation with IoT at the center of the business. Srivastava gave an overview of his presentation, which can be read here.

To find out more about the Enterprise Mobility Digital Transformation Exchange, click here.

Jason Koestenblatt
Contributor: Jason Koestenblatt