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Australia Israel Chamber of Commerce ‘Future of Digital Transformation’ Lunch

9 November 2018

Worldwide spending on digital transformation technologies (hardware, software and services) is expected to hit $1.3 trillion in 2018, and it’s predicted that by 2021, the total amount spent on digitalisation globally will surpass $2.1 trillion.*

Technologies such as AI, cloud computing, advanced analytics and the IoT are helping pioneering executives and entrepreneurs to develop new business models and disrupt the established economic order. But it's not just about the technology: changing business processes and corporate culture are vital to the success of an organisation’s transformation.

  • What have we learned on the digital transformation journey so far? 
  • What is the changing impact of technology on the spaces we live, work and play?
  • What technologies lie on the horizon? 
  • How are organisations evolving to a digital business model with regards to revising technology strategies, changing organisational structures and processes, and innovating? 
  • How do we harness new tools and technologies to provide a unique customer experience and ensure the sustainability of our businesses into the future?

The Panel:

  • Randall Brugeaud, CEO, Digital Transformation Agency (DTA), Australian Government
  • Lee Hickin, National Technology Officer, Microsoft Australia
  • Michael McLeod, CEO, Message Stick
  • Sharmila Tsourdalakis, Executive General Manager, Banking & Wealth Technology, Suncorp
  • David Reeve, CIO, Macquarie University

Moderator:

  • Joanne Gray, Managing Editor, Australian Financial Review

Details

Date and time: Friday 9 November 2018, 12:00pm - 12:30pm (pre-drinks & networking), 12.30pm - 2.30pm (lunch and panel discussion)

Location: National Press Club, 16 National Circuit, Barton, Canberra

Cost: AICC Members: $150 (1 person) or $1,400 (table of 10); Non Members*: $200 (1 person) or $1,900 (table of 10)

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