Empowering Your Mobile Workforce Through Sophisticated, Streamlined and Secured Solutions
The widespread and evolving nature of mobile devices, the rapid implementation of cloud computing and the rise of smart technologies (from IoT, to wearables, to Artificial Intelligence) means that we are on the precipice of a major transformation which will reshape how decisions are made and processes conducted within the enterprise.
With the rate of innovation already sky-rocketing, and an increasingly consumerized workforce demands mobile-first solutions, IT professionals are embarking on the dichotomous journey of gaining increasing strategic influence while also facing the complex and numerous challenges imposed by this digital revolution:
- What measures can be deployed to ensure the security of enterprise data and information alongside the explosion of mobile devices, apps and cloud computing?
- How can you implement a framework through which many competing considerations (security, usability, cost, value-add) can be measured in order to prioritize the development of mobile solutions?
- How can you reconcile legacy systems with new, agile technologies?
- How can you ensure consistent compliance in a cross-geographical context?
The Enterprise Mobility Exchange will address these exciting topics alongside many more. This exclusive event brings together some of the leading minds responsible for devising and implementing mobility initiatives across industries for two days packed with idea-sharing and informal networking, arming attendees with the stimulus they need to drive forward innovation within their respective organizations.
An Exchange is made up of innovative learning and networking opportunities that keep even the most senior business leaders engaged.The Exchange is an intimate environment that creates connections which become long-term partnerships. You will experience inspiring keynote addresses, in-depth case studies, structured networking and interactive discussion groups (our signature Think Tanks and BrainWeaves). The consultative one-to-one business meetings between attendees and solution providers are carefully scheduled throughout the Exchange to meet your specific business needs
Access to the Exchange is limited. Exchange delegates and sponsors are handpicked based on their ability to contribute at a strategic level, creating the ideal environment for idea generation. The EMT Exchange is capped at 60 attendees, creating the optimal value of your time, peers, business meetings, and speaker events. You can expect only the cream of the crop to be in attendance.
A true peer-to-peer environment means that the executives taking the stage and those in attendance are of the same seniority level. The EMT Exchange brings together a unique group of the most active contact center executives in the world today as they not only work to execute today’s plan but also develop the strategy for tomorrow.
Group VP, Architecture and Engineering Manager for Hybrid Cloud
Director, Software and Mobile Security
Director, Consumer Marketing and Mobile Solutions
Technical College System of Georgia
Vice President, Engineering
New York Life Insurance
Chief of Innovation, Department of Watershed Management
City of Atlanta
Vice President, Global Head of Advanced Engineering, DevOps and Engineering Processes
Senior Director, Application Development, Retail Store Environment, Enterprise Mobility
Retail Business Services (Ahold USA)
Director of Information Technology
Manager, Mobile and User Experience Competency Center
Director of Enterprise Architecture
CEO and Principal Analyst
Director of Global Packaging Design, Global Marketing
Bayer Consumer Health
Vice President for Information Technology / Chief Information Officer
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Director, Optimization and Business Intelligence
VP of Product
MOBI Wireless Management
Who Attends the Enterprise Mobility East Coast Exchange
What our delegates & sponsors had to say
“I have met some really interesting people, some people I would never have met whom are fascinating to speak to.”
“The seniority of the delegates that have been attending has been really positive. Lot of senior decision makers, director and VP level, even a few CIOs, I think that is really beneficial to companies like us when we really try to engage with decision makers.”
“The quality of the event and the educational materials that are available here, the event is extremely well organized and put together. It is very thoughtful in the way that it is laid out, organized..”
“This is either our 3rd or 4th mobility exchange in the last couple of years, and we find it pretty valuable. There are high level decision makers, senior executives, and customers that have real problems that they are trying to solve every single day.”
“We had the opportunity to take part in 10 one-to-one meetings that were incredibly valuable. You can tell that there has been a lot of preparation, a lot of diligence that went into preparing the vendors, so we received fantastic files of the enterprise and the person that we were meeting with.”
“Working with the Exchange group has been a completely different experience. I've been going to conferences for about 15 years now, and I've never had what I've had at this show which Id call the show concierge - somebody that will help find the people I want to talk to that I didn't have a chance to connect with ahead of time”
“The importance in attending an event like this gives you the opportunity to meet peers and people who are in the industry that are working on the things that you are working on, and you can get their feedback and input on how they are tackling the same challenges you are.”
Highlights of the 2017 Exchange
The Global State of Enterprise Mobility: 2016
Now in its third year, this report, compiled from responses to our annual survey with over 300 senior mobility practitioners, will keep you in-tune with the developments and trends that have occurred over the past year.
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