The Digital Transformation Congress (DTC2018) is expected to take place at the Lagos Oriental Hotel in Lagos, Nigeria on 26 July 2018.
Under the theme, “Redefining the Future Organisation Through Digital”, the congress will bring together groupings of over 300 industry leaders, experts and professionals from diverse sectors for discussions on how digital transformation is changing business operations as we know them today.
The congress will convene industry leaders to collaborate on the re-invention of products, processes, technologies and cultures through digital transformation.
Who should attend:
Delegates attending the congress will include CIO’s, CEOs, CMO’s, Board Members, Policy Makers, Chief Technology Officers, Heads of Customer Experience, Chief Transformation Officers, Strategy Directors, Digital Transformation Managers, Academia. Industrial attendees will include Telecoms, Financial Services, Healthcare, Oil & Gas, Manufacturing, Power & Energy, Retail & Hospitality, Construction, Education, Agriculture and Business process outsourcing.
DTC2018 will see business leaders and technology innovators come together to collaborate on the re-invention of products, processes, technologies and cultures through digital transformation. The congress will explore how to increase efficiency and agility with operational excellence.
Key Topics to be discussed:
- Navigating Cyber Security in the Digital Age
- From finance transformation to business transformation through the CFO
- Mobility and Cloud: increasing accessibility for patients and doctors
- Digital Transformation: A roadmap for digitally savvy organisations
- Connected Cars, IoT, Analytics… Are you ready for Digital Transformation?
- Capitalising On The Mobile Space In Insurance Services: Commercialising Mobile Devices
- Driving Digital Transformation in Africa
- Industry Situation and the Impact of Digital Disruption in mining
- Digital Transformation: the security of supply and optimisation of energy costs
- How cities can enhance their efficiency using technology