The second annual Digital Transformation Congress returns to Johannesburg that will be attended by senior business executives and enterprise IT vendors from leading organisations such as Petro SA, Transnet, Nedbank, Sasria SOC, Eskom, Loreal, Liberty Group, Alexander Forbes, Parmalat, Adobe, T-Systems, TransUnion, Braintree and Darktrace.
Hosted by IT News Africa, this year’s summit will take place on July 30 at The Sandton Convention Centre under the theme, ‘gaining the edge through technology’.
Hundreds of senior executives will meet to advance their knowledge of the latest business technologies and digital innovations such as AI, IoT, Blockchain, IT security, 5G and Robotics, and how they impact on business operations.
The congress will also outline ways that businesses can use technology to gain the edge over competitors.
Key topics include: Preparing your workforce for the digital age; discovering what Digital Transformation maturity is and highlighting its benefits; exploring the business impact of AI; using cloud as a Digital Transformation tool; digitally transforming the manufacturing industry; digital opportunities in the transportation and logistics sector; and accelerating Digital Transformation in government to enhance service delivery.
Confirmed speakers are Johanna Kolla (Head of Products Partnerships, MEA at Google); Mayur Patel (CEO of Kwese iFlix), Aneesa Ameer (Innovation Lead at ABSA Group), Avsharn Bachoo (CTO at PPS Insurance), Joseph Hundah (Group CEO at Econet Media), Nathan van Rooyan (IIT Director at Virgin Active, South Africa), Antoinia Norman (CEO, Richard Branson Entrepreneurship Hub, Member at UN Women) and Andre Hugo (CEO at Virgin Money South Africa).
To register for Digital Transformation Congress and for more information about the event, visit here.