Join Computerworld UK and IDC to discuss the future of commerce

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We are bringing together IT professionals, IDC and Telstra for a free-to-attend half-day event to discuss five key approaches to accelerating digital transformation

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Join IDC, a global provider of market intelligence, and Telstra, a leading telecommunications and technology company, at our free-to-attend half-day event to discuss four key approaches to accelerating digital transformation.

On 22 March Computerworld UK will bring together expert speakers from the industry including IDC Europe analyst Philip Carter and other senior IT professionals to discuss the future of commerce, and how your organisation should prepare.

Held at the 5-star Mondrian hotel on London's South Bank, the event aims to provide attendees with a hands-on approach to tackling the main hurdles to a true digital transformation. 

The morning event will kick off with a networking breakfast followed by an opening keynote by Philip Carter on how to become digitally native, where he will present key insights from IDC research into the four leading challenges standing between leaders and digital transformation success.

Then Tom Homer, managing director EMEA at Telstra will speak about how to thrive in a digitally disrupted world and prepare to take advantage of new digital commerce business models.

We are also excited to announce that James Whyte, head of IT at TH Real Estate, will be joining us to share his experience of IT innovative implementations to support a global financial services business that needs to deliver performance to their clients. Get ready to learn how you can translate what is hyped in the industry to business outcomes that are relevant and profitable.

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Then the event turns to a set of interactive workshop sessions designed to provide senior IT professionals and decision makers the opportunity to work in teams to tackle the four key hurdles as laid out in the IDC research. The four better ways to work are:

  1. Liberating the workforce
  2. Creating transformative innovation
  3. Optimising IT
  4. Securing the business

Finally, delegates will have the opportunity to share their findings and hear insights from fellow groups in a panel discussion moderated by Philip Carter and Computerworld UK editor Scott Carey.