2019 Brand New Resources
Discover the exclusive resources put together in the lead up to Technology Excellence Week 2019
There has been a lot of noise in the Blockchain space for a number of years. Many companies have begun to implement the data technology but had been hindered by a number of obstacles and governance challenges. Despite this, more and more companies are making strategic steps into the Blockchain space, with many enterprise-wide solutions going live across the tech space.
In this interview, we spoke with Kumar Duraisamy, the current Lead Enterprise Architect at Boeing, to discover how Boeing are progressing with Blockchain technology and how they are successfully ensuring that their Blockchain function fits seamlessly with already established Internet of Things (IoT) frameworks.
Learn about Boeing’s entire journey with Blockchain, including motivations and difficulties. Kumar also shares how he and his team have helped to create an airtight strategy that is allowing them to progress with the advanced technology at a quick and efficient pace.
Discover the best ways to fully integrate Blockchain into your business with this exclusive interview.
We’ve put together ten (current) facts about digital transformation and technology based on the research we’ve been running, and with commentary from some of the biggest names in the world of OPEX to tell us what they think about the findings.
Technology excellence does not stop at simply finding a disruptive tech solution and implementing it. In order to be truly successful a lot of consideration needs to be placed on the culture and processes that already exist within the business. In an exclusive interview with Jose Pires, the President of Excellence & Innovation, we learnt about the importance of culture in technology.
- How technology and culture can work together in order to enable innovation
- What steps you should take to achieve this collaboration
- How innovation has changed because of disruptive technologies
- How you can overcome the divide between technology and process expertise
Technology doesn’t just support the back-end functions of an organization. In the digital age in which 90% of learners use some form of a digital tool, it’s important to tailor our businesses technological strategies to improve the customer experience. To learn more about how this can be achieved in a large scale organization, we sat down with Ozge Saritosun Kurtoglu, the current Vice President of Pricing Strategy and Insights at Pearson Corporation. In this exclusive interview, discover:
- How Pearson are building customer-centric strategies
- Current customer expectations and what you can do to meet them
- Why customers should be at the heart of digital transformations
Businesses across the globe are at very different stages of their technology journey, with each journey being completely unique. In order to benchmark your own digital journey, we have completed three individual case studies across an array of industries to show where companies currently are in their tech implementation.
- How the Mayo Clinic have improved their traditional scan tool to allow the clinic to process hundreds of scans per week
- How Blue Cross Blue Shield have been removing legacy systems and improving data capabilities
- How Vidéotron have developed and launch of two all-digital frameworks to create a new customer journey and experience
With more and more organizations focusing on how disruptive technologies can help increase both the efficiency and the effectiveness of their businesses, leaderships roles are beginning to change. We spoke with Brenton Harder, the current Head of Process Excellence at BNY Mellon about how and why Process Leader roles are changing and what skills a successful Process Leader now needs to have.
WARNINGS FROM A FAILED TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION PROGRAM
Ask most CIOs why failure to successfully introduce technology into the workplace sometimes happens and they will tend to blame a lack of employee buy-in. But the possible hurdles facing organizations are numerous and often hard to discern – from unreliable vendors to a deficiency in training. Ahead of Technology Excellence Week 2018, PEX Network spoke to one CIO who had recently undergone a series of failures when attempting to introduce a new system to his global company. On the provision of anonymity, he agreed to walk us through the points of failure and to share his words of advice for others looking to target a similar objective…
Take a look at the Show Report for Technology Excellence Week 2018 and what to expect from Technology Excellence Week in September 2019.
This report highlights:
- Key sessions from 2018
- Who attended TEX Week
- Key themes and challenges
- What the attendees had to say
- Who should attend TEX Week?
- What to expect from 2019!