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Registration & Morning Coffee
Country Manager, IDC Hungary
Program Director, MSc in Technology Management and Innovation, CEU
Winning the Digital Race
Research Manager Digital Transformation, IDC CEMA
Demand is rising for digital products and services. Traditional business and operational models are being upended both by startups and long-established enterprises. To compete, forward-looking organizations are using IT to reconceptualize their value propositions to win over and maintain customers. After a quick review of how startups are impacting business imperatives and resulting models, this presentation provides a structured framework for taking digital to the next level.
Building LEGO’s Digital Future – Brick by Brick
Senior Vice President Business Technology, LEGO Group
LEGO CIO Henrik Amsinck will deliver a keynote on how the iconic company is inspiring and developing the builders of tomorrow in the digital age. In so doing, LEGO sees digitalization not only as a challenge or threat, but as an opportunity. As people move into digital play spaces, LEGO is convinced that to gain access to more children of all ages it needs to create a digital experience around multiple themes.
The Hot Seat
4iG Technology Partner Visionary Presentation
Facilitated One-to-One Meetings, Coffee Break
Structured IT transformation at OTP Bank
Head of IT Project Management and Transformation Directorate, OTP Bank
Adesso Technology Partner Visionary Presentation
IDC Connect Sessions: moderated, interactive workshops in small groups
Head of Plant IT, Continental Automotive Hungary Kft.
Head of Customer Experience and Digital, E.ON Hungária Zrt.
CISO, KELER Group
CIO, UNIQA Biztosító & Deputy CEO, Cherrisk.com
Connect Discussion 1 | Cognitive systems instead of traditional human experience and decision-making mechanisms
Moderator: Viktor Péczeli, Head of Plant IT, Continental Central Electronic Plants
In all aspects of life, it is clear now that cognitive systems are playing an increasingly important role in the business processes at modern companies. Demand is continually growing to be able to identify, analyze, and make optimal decisions for the business, in as versatile a manner and as fast as possible. Do local companies have sufficient structured data to enable analytics to have the right conclusions in every case? How do we manage the existing and the growing amounts of newly generated data, and what role can the CIO play in this? Are there areas where legal, ethical or other considerations hinder improvement? Do people remain unavoidable in the final decision-making? In addition to trying to answer these questions, we will also find out whether the local corporate environment and society are mature enough to be able to accept the benefits from the cognitive technologies and the resulting changes, and what kind of impact does the spread of cognitive systems have on our usual lifestyle.
Connect Discussion 2 | Customer experience (CX) as a top business priority
Moderator: Balázs Szabó, Head of Customer Experience and Digital, E.ON Hungária Zrt.
Customer experience personalization is the trigger of innovation and organizations are increasingly putting customers at the center of initiatives. It is the focal point of a new way of doing business, with an individualized value proposition at the core, merging physical and digital experiences. Individual personalization is fundamental to driving the paradigm shift where recurring clients become high spenders.
Connect Discussion 3 | Faith in security and security awareness in the new IT world
Moderátor: Zsolt Kálmán, CISO, KELER Group
The accelerating pace of different IT ecosystems (cloud, analytics, mobility, IoT, etc.) not only inspires the emergence of new business models and applications but also increases security risks at the same time. In fact it can also lead to the emergence of completely new threats which previously were not necessarily factors, but which we need to consider today.
Connect Discussion 4 | IT Agility – And IT-enabled Agility
Moderator: Ferenc Fazekas, CIO, UNIQA Biztosító
Breaking down silos through APIs and platform centralization is an essential part of creating IT systems capable of responding quickly to business and technological change. Leveraging cloud and third-party tools can also facilitate flexibility. Modular programming methods and accelerated DevOps can increase the rate at which IT delivers service to business units. To be truly effective, technological flexibility must be accompanied by procedural flexibility. Talent must be at least comfortable with — and, ideally, excited by — change. While Agile has historically been known to work well in the software development space, Agile is now being applied outside of IT in many applications including hardware, infrastructure, marketing, HR or finance.
Facilitated One-to-One Meetings, Buffet Lunch
Agile: bullshit bingo or game changer?
Head of IT and Transformation, Magyar Telekom
ArubaCloud Technology Partner Visionary Presentation
The Future Digital Workspace
Digital Workspace Director, MVMI Zrt.
The here and now
President, Association of Hungarian CIOs
At last year's panel discussion we concluded that boards were increasingly embracing CIOs as strategic partners.
Country Manager, IDC Hungary
55 Years | 1100 Analysts | 110 Countries
International Data Corporation (IDC) is the premier global provider of market intelligence, advisory services, and events for the information technology, telecommunications, and consumer technology markets. With more than 1,100 analysts worldwide, IDC offers global, regional, and local expertise on technology and industry opportunities and trends in over 110 countries. IDC's analysis and insight helps IT professionals, business executives, and the investment community to make fact-based technology decisions and to achieve their key business objectives. Founded in 1964, IDC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of International Data Group (IDG), the world's leading media, data and marketing services company. To learn more about IDC, please visit www.idc.com.