Digital transformation (DX) is the change associated with the application of digital technology in all aspects of human society. The transformation means that digital usages inherently enable new types of innovation and creativity in a particular domain, rather than simply enhance and support traditional methods. In a narrower sense, "digital transformation" may refer to the concept of "going paperless", which affects both individual businesses and whole segments of society, such as government, mass communications, art, medicine, and science.
When planning for digital transformation, organizations must factor the cultural changes they'll confront as workers and organizational leaders adjust to adopting and relying on unfamiliar technologies.Digital transformation has created unique marketplace challenges and opportunities, as organizations must contend with nimble competitors who take advantage of the low barrier to entry that technology provides. Additionally, due to the high importance given today to technology and the widespread use of it, the implications of digitalization for revenues, profits and opportunities have a dramatic upside potential.
This event will bring digital thought leaders under one platform to discuss about the various solutions to these challenges and help Business and technology leaders and managers to understand clear roadmap for strategy and execution.
The conference features industry experts sharing real time experiences and thought leadership on some of the vital and latest topics in the Digital Technology domain. Their presentation topic and level of industry experience fills a specific gap in the field, making it easier to understand the major Digital Transformation Technology challenges, and knowing how to overcome them.
Curated on the theme ‘Digital Technology’, this full day event will bring digital thought leaders under one platform to discuss about the various solutions to these challenges and help Business and technology leaders and managers to understand clear roadmap for strategy and execution.