Presenter: Allan Zander
As consumers and end users become increasingly more connected—technologically and socially—the demand for a more personalized and individualized experience is forcing companies of all types to compete for market share like never before.
It is this new forced competition that is compelling companies to look inward—at their business processes, systems, and technology as a whole—to redefine how their businesses work in relation to the outside world. That redefinition is the introduction to what is now referred to as digital transformation.
In this presentation, participants will be given insight as to what aspects of digital transformation are most important, how to implement potent, first-step projects that increase customer satisfaction and personalization, and how to build on a framework for ongoing success in the new digital age.
About the Presenter
Listed as one of the top influencers in his industry by the likes of IBM and more, Allan has spent more than 20 years following his passion for building highly successful companies, and for building experience in mission-critical communications and software where the degree of reliability has to be almost 100 percent.
Building and leading high-performance teams with the expertise and experience to accomplish the complex challenges that businesses face today has enabled Allan to achieve a notable record of success. His business experience ranges from start-up companies of 50 to 200 people to large enterprises with 100,000+ employees—having held senior positions with world-class organizations such as Mitel and Nortel Networks.
In 2007, he was privileged to be the recipient of Canada’s National Capital Top 40 Under 40 award. His ongoing success in building successful companies and leading collaborative teams that perform productively is reflected in his business philosophy: It’s not about the individual; it’s about the company.
In recent years, Allan has also become a sought-after presenter, speaking to companies in a multitude of industries about digital transformation and emerging technologies.