We sat down with one of our trusted solution providers, Solace and asked them to talk us through why they chose to return to the Digital Workplace Exchange. They provide us with a high-level overview of their business and proceeded to walk us through the 4 stages that took place prior to the Exchange: The Challenge, The Process, The Result, and The Conclusion. This explains the value they derive from the Digital Workplace Exchange and therefore why they chose to come back.
At the 2019 edition of our European Digital Workplace Exchange in June 2019, we were delighted to welcome 60+ senior IT leaders, along with a hand-selected group of solution providers for two days packed full of networking, idea-sharing and one-to-one business meetings.
We surveyed our network of digital workplace leaders to discover where they’re investing their budgets over the next 6-12 months. Not only did they outline their immediate investment needs but also outlined their investment interests in areas they are wanting to learn out more about.
Danilo’s experience with automation started back in 2008 when he joined Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) where over his tenure of 6 years his initiatives helped automate large portions of Middle and Back Office operations, making Canada’s no.1 bank significant savings and helping it become more operationally risk adverse. Having achieved a great deal of success as one of the youngest ever associate directors at RBC’s history, Danilo became a senior consultant for a number of companies in digital transformation and innovation in both the private and public sectors, globally in over 20 countries.
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