MADRID, April 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
- DES - Digital Business World Congress 2017 reveals the event's structure
- 400 international speakers, more than 180 talks, 12 vertical forums and 6 specialist seminars make up a focused and unmissable agenda for executives
- Accenture, Amazon, IBM, Everis, T-Systems and more than 300 firms will present their most innovative technologies and solutions during the 3-day event, to be held from 23 to 25 May in Madrid
DES | Digital Business World Congress 2017, the biggest international meeting on digital transformation, which will be held in Madrid on 23, 24 and 25 May, has revealed the structure for the event. The second edition of DES will provide a total of more than 1,200 hours of talks, in which technology and strategic transferring will be shared and undertaken with delegates in a space completely dedicated to knowledge, business and networking. To secure your place at the event please get your pass here https://www.des-madrid.com/visit/registration/
"This year's congress brings together the main trends currently setting the pace in the digital transformation. Well known concepts such as Cloud Computing, IoT and Cybersecurity are joined this year by others such as Robotics, Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence," says Lluis Altes, Strategy Director at DES-Digital Business World Congress.
12 vertical forums and 6 seminars for different executive profiles
The 12 vertical forums will analyse the changes and challenges that each industry must face with regards to the digital transformation.
On 23 May, parallel forums will be held to discuss Industry 4.0, which is undergoing a revolution through Big Data, new technologies, artificial intelligence, automation and robotics. On the same day, the Banking and Insurance forums will be held as the two industries face the challenge of reinventing themselves, taking advantage of new technologies to redesign their traditional models and invent new products and services. Health and Pharma completes the agenda. Medicine is no longer just about drugs but also about preventive services, wellbeing programmes and the improved management of chronic illnesses. IoT technologies relating to health, wearables, patient-centric technologies and Big Data are creating a range of added value services as a solution.
On 24 May, the four vertical forums to be held are: Media and Entertainment, which is facing radical change in business models and the way in which content and advertising are presented. The Logistics forum will focus the debate on the new services emerging under the umbrella of tech innovations, such as drone use for just-in-time deliveries, IoT, Big Data, etc. The Public Sector and Smart Cities forum will discuss the future of the provision of public services. The agenda is completed with the forum on Telecommunications.
On 25 May, the last four vertical forums will focus on the Utilities sector, Tourism and Hospitality forum, an industry that can find allies in trends such as Big Data and Customer Experience, for overcoming the digital challenge. Automotive forum will feature connected cars and the new 'Automobile as a Service' and the Retail and FCMG forum will analyse the change in consumer habits and the supply chain, from product design to production.
Contact: Juliana Lorenzo
Phone: +34-917-69-15-31, +34-673-270-351
Address: Paseo de la Castellana 18, 7a Planta - 28046 Madrid (Spain)
SOURCE DES | Digital Business World Congress