When sanitary crisis started at the beginning of this year and cities and countries experienced their first lockdowns, a joke circulated viral over the Internet placing the COVID-19 as the leading agent for digital transformation. Many months after, we all realized that the world changed and the companies, businesses and the society aggressively migrated to the “digital world”. A “New Normal” emerged and it is more digital than ever.
Digital initiatives rapidly transformed the companies in an unprecedented way generating new business models, new organization structures and new business processes. The deep penetration of Artificial Intelligence, the unstoppable migration to Cloud, the large adoption of Analytics, Big Data, Internet of Things and 5G creates a new ecosystem of business environment.
As signs that the vaccines against COVID are in the final testing phase, we are expecting the end of the sanitary crise to arrive. To stay competitive in this new business and economic environment companies should continue to embrace technology not only as a survival kit but as a game changer.
CIO Council propose you a webinar to explore how to practically use technological trends to adapt to the new digital channels.
Then we will present you a concept of driving the digital maturity across manufacturing sites by leveraging sensor-enablement and advanced software analytics (prescriptive & predictive) to help enhance productivity and visibility on shop operations.
At the end, CIO Council members and their guests will debate the practical solutions for companies to succeed into their digital transformation journeys and alignment to the new digital eco-system.
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5G, AI/ML, Security, IoT/Edge, Data Management and CNA are technology areas that, combined together, are accelerating Digital Transformation across all verticals on the market. Marc O’Regan will walk us through a digitally driven ecosystem and talk about what is Dell Technologies’ strategy on benefitting from and playing a key role in this emerging digital future.
Brilliant Factory is Baker Hughes’s approach and concept of driving the digital maturity across manufacturing sites (factories) by leveraging sensor-enablement and advanced software analytics (prescriptive & predictive) to help enhance productivity and visibility on shop operations. Brilliant Factory ecosystem consist of standardized assessment and evaluation mechanisms, digital solutions and key performance indicators (analytics) to enable teams to increase on-time delivery (OTD), reduce the overall cycle time and lower the cost of quality. The session will walk the audience through specific prescriptive & predictive solutions for standardizing shop operating framework, trend prediction on key quality performance indicators, digitization of the inline inspection process to drive cost reduction, improve productivity and change behaviour at 120+ manufacturing locations.
Dan Bogdan, Dell Technologies
Yugo Neumorni, President CIO Council Romania, CIO Cargus
Alfred Brujban, Senior IT Director Factory Optimization/Supply Chain Oilfield Services at Baker Hughes
Horatiu Nistor, Senior Manager, IT Audit & Advisory, Mazars Romania
Florin Prunea, Head of IT, FIRST BANK, CIO Council Member
MODERATOR: BOGDAN TUDOR, Vice-president, CIO Council Romania
Marc O’ReganTechnologist & CTO - Dell Technologies EMEA
Alfred BrujbanCIO Council Member
Florin PruneaCIO First Bank, CIO Council member
Dan BogdanISG Technology Consulting Manager, Dell Technologies
Bogdan TudorVicepresident, CIO Council România
Horaţiu NistorSenior Manager, IT Audit & Advisory, Mazars Romania
Yugo NeumorniPresident CIO Council România- Moderator
All presentations and panel discussions will be held in Romanian.
There will also be a live chat where you may ask questions during the webcast.
Participation to this webcast is free, based on confirmed registration.
For organising details, please contact us at [email protected] .