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Digitale Transformation

d!conomy – Become a digital company

Digitalisation is advancing at a breathtaking pace and is challenging traditional structures and processes in business and society. These changes are creating opportunities, but they also pose a certain number of risks.

05 Aug. 2016

Following on from the inaugural success of #dconomy 15, the CeBIT Conference is back in 2016. Together, we are expanding the network and providing an even stronger platform for CDOs, CIOs, CEOs and digital experts.

The second CeBIT Conference d!conomy , on 4 and 5 October 2016, will give current and future digital professionals a chance to meet and network. In keeping with the slogan “Release your digital business” the event will address all the key aspects of the digital transformation:

  • Developing digital and transformation strategies
  • Organising digital businesses
  • Changing corporate cultures
  • Transforming customer interfaces and supply chains
  • Setting up a digital (transformation) unit#
  • Old economy meets new: Collaborating with start-ups
  • Exploring the tasks and skills of a Chief Digital Officer
  • Innovating and developing new business models
  • Driving digitalisation via value-added in IT

Our delegates will share their knowledge, ideas, experiences, inspiration and mentoring in Dusseldorf, Germany.

d!conomy Konferenz 1

Benefit from the new economy business ideas and get insights from leading companies CDOs and digital experts, such as E.ON, AUDI, Vodafone, Deutsche Bahn, Ströer, Metro, ebay, Telefónica, Media-Saturn, Industrial Internet Consortium, Open Grid Europe and many more. Meet Pepper a humanoid robot and Cyborg Hannes Sjöblad.

Event overview

  • Plenary session keynotes: The best and most prominent digital experts will be presenting their strategies and perspectives on the digital future of the German economy.
  • Start-up pitches: Start-ups present their business models and ideas, and engage directly with the old economy. Talk to young, innovative entrepreneurs in an inspiring atmosphere about the business models of the future.
  • Parallel talks: Delve deeper into your specialist field, with talks on customer journeys, business models, smart services, and Business 4.0.
  • Workshops in the Innovation Lab: Are you interested in exploring specific issues in a targeted way in small groups? Then register for one of our short workshops. Topics include Falling Fast Forward and Digital Maturity Assessments.
  • BARcamp: The d!conomy BARcamp is all about thinking hard, engaging in lively debates, listening to entertaining talks and having fun. Meet people who always think outside the box, and benefit from their game-changing ideas.
  • Exclusive evening event in the Sky Bar hosted by Vodafone: Delicious food, refreshing drinks and conversations stay analogue! Make the most of the relaxed atmosphere to engage in casual conversation and make new contacts

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Going digital: More than technological capabilities

Being a digital company is more than having the right technologies. It requires both change and transformation to an organisation’s architecture. Decoding what digital means is key to achieving your preferred future.Find more details in the article by Peter Rosseel and Daniel Akhtar:

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