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08:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
08:30

Welcome To The GIL Journey

Room: Gran Salón
Brian Fitzpatrick, Partner, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Events, Frost & Sullivan

08:35

The Mexico Journey to Visionary Innovation

Art Robbins, President, Americas & Senior Partner, Frost & Sullivan

08:40

The Future Of Mexico: Economic Scenario And Nafta's Implications

Moderator:
Lorena Isla, Mobility Research Director, Frost & Sullivan

Panelists:
Juan Carlos Pineda Baker, Mexico's Undersecretary of Foreign Trade Economy, Economy Minister
Amb. Mario Chacón Carrillo, Head of Global Business Promotion Unit, ProMéxico

Exploring Mexico's Outlook in the Light of a Changing Policy Environment

  • Discover Mexico's gross domestic product’s (GDP) growth trajectory.
  • Explore potential NAFTA renegotiation topics and associated implications for Mexican industry and trade
  • Learn about the future panorama of the automotive, technology and agriculture industries in Mexico
09:10

Transformational Technologies That will Drive Growth And Competitiveness In Mexico: 2025 And Beyond

Presentation + Workshop:
Richard Sear, Partner & Senior Vice President: Visionary Innovation, Frost & Sullivan

10:10

National Digital Strategy: Mexico's Innovation Roadmap

Victor Lagunes, Head of the Unit of Innovation and Technological Strategy, Office of the President of Mexico

10:40

The Future Of Internet Of Things In Mexico

Ignacio Perrone, Digital Transformation Industry Manager, Frost & Sullivan

11:00 Networking Break
11:30

Opportunities In The Mexican Smart City Ecosystem 

Moderator:
Roberta Gamble, Partner, Energy & Environment, Frost & Sullivan

Panelist:
Mario Arauz, General Director of Government Innovation and Intelligent Cities, Guadalajara, Jalisco

Frost & Sullivan expects Smart Cities to be a $1.5 trillion global market by 2020, with multiple opportunities to tap into infrastructure development, technology integration and energy and security services.

  • Look into market opportunities, growth areas and new business models in the Smart City space
  • Determine the competitive landscape highlighting the next game changers in the market
  • Find out in which smart projects the Mexican government, enterprises, and universities are investing in
12:00

Overview Of The Mexican Energy Industry

Sean Germann, Vice President of Energy, DHL

12:15

Innovators Spotlight

Moderator:
Juan González, Digital Transformation Research Director, Frost & Sullivan

Panelist:
Digitization in the New Magenta
Anselmo Romero Rodríguez, Executive Director, T-Systems Mexico

Consumers are Digitalized, Avoid the Disconnect
Jorge Rodríguez Abelleira, Managing Director Latin America, Nuance Communications

12:45

Networking Lunch

13:55 Industry Tracks
 

Think Tank I:
Reinventing The Future Of Financial Services: Dare To Transform!
Room: Gran Salón

14:00 Industry Presentation
Fintech: Global and Local Perspectives on the Financial Services Revolution

Ignacio Perrone, Digital Transformation Industry Manager, Frost & Sullivan

The finance Industry is undergoing a tremendous transformation. More agile and innovative new entrants are appearing and technology is disrupting all aspects of the business. Meanwhile, established players need to reinvent themselves in order to stay competitive. According to Frost & Sullivan's Mega Trends research, Mexico is rapidly becoming one of the Fintech hubs in Latin America. Join us to discuss current and future Fintech trends in the country, and connect with Mexico's Fintech key leaders and disruptors.

14:30 Client Case Study
Reaching Financial Heights with Cloud Solutions


Mauricio Garibay Ascencio, Cloud & ICT Sales Solutions Architect, T-Systems Mexico

15:00 Interactive Panel:

The Mexican Financial Services Industry Disruption
Moderator:
Juan González, Digital Transformation Research Director, Frost & Sullivan

Panelists:
Myriam Cosio, COO, Clip
Jorge A. Ortiz, Founding President & CEO, Fintech México
Joseba Lekube, General Director, TEKNEI & Founder, Buro de Identidad digital
Sergio Mejía, General Manager, Genesys Mexico

Think Tank II:
Transformational Health
Room: Morelia

14:00 Industry Presentation
Digital Transformation Impacting the Mexican Healthcare Market: Benchmarking Experiences and Spotting Opportunities

Rita Ragazzi, Tranformational Health Research Manager, Frost & Sullivan

Global health has developed tremendously over the last 30 years with technologies now geared towards extending life, introducing advanced diagnosis, and newer treatments for previously incurable conditions. Nevertheless, nations worldwide struggle to provide effective and quality healthcare at bearable costs. For emerging countries such as Mexico the challenges are even higher. For both public and private sectors, making healthcare available to the totality of the population is a critical issue. Access and Sustainability are the main goals providers, industry, and payers should aim at in this new healthcare paradigm. In this sense, technology and democratic use of health information can be the pillars to build a more efficient, quality driven, and profitable healthcare ecosystem. We invite you to discuss the impact of the Digital Transformation in the Mexican healthcare market.

14:30 Client Case Study

ROI and Tangible Benefits of Digital Health Systems
Rahul Dubey, Senior VP, Innovation and Solutions, America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP)

15:00 Interactive Panel
Digital Health in Mexico: Current Situation, Challenges and Developments in the Adoption of Health Informatics in the Country

Moderator:
Greg Caressi, Transformational Health Senior Vice President, Frost & Sullivan

Panelists:
Fernando Oliveros, CEO, Medtronic
Dr. Fátima Itzel López Fernández, Head of Innovation and Technology Management, Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social (IMSS)
Dr. Adolfo Moreno, Healthcare Manager, Neoris
Martha González Pérez-Sandi, Director of Cognitive Solutions, IBM Mexico

Think Tank III:
Intelligent Mobility
Room: Veracruz

14:00 Industry Presentation
Digitization in the Automotive Industry: The 5 pillars that will drive the Mexican industry by 2025

Lorena Isla, Mobility Research Director, Frost & Sullivan

Global markets are being disrupted by an accelerating pace of innovation in the digital world. The Automotive Sector is not an exception. The industry is entering an era of unprecedented transformation leaded by digitization along the value chain, from integration of the supply chain through an increasing incorporation of digital transformation and the concept of Industry 4.0 to new business models for e-retailing and mobility services. The Mobility track will introduce the concept of the five pillars of the digitization in the Automotive Industry and explore how OEM and start ups are revolutionizing the new era of the industry.

14:30 Client Case Study

15:00 Interactive Panel
Innovative tools in the Digitization of the Automotive Industry


Moderator:
Lorena Isla, Mobility Research Director, Frost & Sullivan

Panelists:
Ricardo Anaya, Product Manager, Qualcomm
José Antonio García, Business Development VP, DHL Supply Chain Telcel

Think Tank IV:
Digitally Transformation Coming To Oil & Gas
Room: Nayarit

14:00 Industry Presentation
Oil & Gas and Digital Transformation: Expanding Opportunities

Roberta Gamble, Partner, Energy & Environment, Frost & Sullivan

The Mexican energy industry is ripe for change, growth and progress thanks to the market's policy reforms. The country has robust and under-utilized shale deposits as well as potential for growth in demand from key sectors such as manufacturing. However, the foreign investment that could help expand and modernize the market has not taken place but could be encouraged through digital transformation and other means.

  • Could Digital Transformation help usher in new strategies for better efficiency, security and profitability?
  • What are the opportunities for companies along the value chain - IT providers, operations experts, security companies and the oil & gas companies themselves?
  • What best practices can be taken from other emerging energy markets and applied to the Mexican situation?

14:15 Innovation in the Mexican Oil & Gas Industry

Guillermo Zúñiga Martínez, National Commissioner, Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE)

14:30 Client Case Study

Aurelio Lagarda Fierro, Deputy Director of IT Services, Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX)

15:00 Interactive Panel

Moderator:
Roberta Gamble, Partner, Energy & Environment, Frost & Sullivan

Panelist:
Aurelio Lagarda Fierro, Deputy Director of IT Services, Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX)
Guillermo Zúñiga Martínez, National Commissioner, Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE)
Claudia Farias, Mexico O&G Segment Director, SCHNEIDER Electric
Sean Germann, Vice President, Americas, Energy Sector, DHL Customer Solutions & Innovation

15:40 Networking Break
16:10

General Session

Interactive Panel: Accelerating Domestic & Cross Border E-Commerce

A perspective of transformational opportunities to make connections with E-commerce

  • The huge opportunity for Mexico as e-commerce hub
  • Next generation disruption for mobile banking & impact for Mexico
  • Supply Chain at the heart of your E-commerce strategy

Moderator:
Nabil Malouli, Vice President, Customer Solutions & Innovation, DHL

Panelist:
Alberto Bonetti, COO, Yellow Pepper
Victor de la Barrera, e-Commerce Director & Authentication, Visa
Sebastian Moglia, Country Manager, ShopFully International Group - Donde Lo Compro

16:50

Keynote: Digitization And Transformation In Mexico

Peter Wiegant, Chief Commercial and Transformation Officer, Grupo Lala

17:20 The Future Of Latin America And Mexico: A Visionary Insight Into The Next Decade

Juan González, Digital Transformation Research Director, Frost & Sullivan
17:40

Networking Cocktail Reception

10:45 AM

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