eBroadcast Agenda

Digital transformation is disrupting businesses and industries at every level, fueled by an explosion of connected humans, devices and things. Business used to rely on technology, now business is technology, and customer experience is the IT experience. 

Navigating and harnessing digital transformation is how to get ahead - accelerating new customer experiences, optimizing core business operations, creating new products and services, or finding new markets.  But it’s a journey, it’s hard, and it’s risky.

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Join Frost & Sullivan and HPE Pointnext as they share their perspective on how to embark on the Digital Transformation journey, while not disrupting the current business needs. We will showcase how HPE is helping customers through the experience of real-life use cases and projects successfully delivered.

Key takeaways include:

  • Navigating the overall Digital Transformation journey
  • Optimizing core business operations and customer experience
  • Real-life case studies on the Digital Transformation experience

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Featured Industry Speakers:

Lynda Stadtmueller100.jpgLynda Stadtmueller
Vice President, Cloud Computing Services
Stratecast | Frost & Sullivan

Craig-Partridge.jpgCraig Partridge
Worldwide Director
HPE Pointnext Solutions

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Bonus: As our appreciation to you joining us, all registrants will be eligible to receive a $250 credit voucher* toward any one of our upcoming Executive MindXchange events.

* $250 Credit Voucher must be redeemed and allocated no later than December 31, 2017.

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