Enterprise Mobility Exchange, UK

London, UK

19th – 20th September 2016

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Enabling Digital Transformation and Creating Value through Mobile Technology 

Having a holistic, end to end, mobility strategy is no longer an option.  Rapid advancements in technology combined with the impact of faster, more nimble, competitors is pushing the digital transformation agenda across industries at a very fast pace.

You can see the opportunities but you can also see the risks:
  • How fast should you go? How fast can you go?
  • Are you maximizing your current infrastructure?
  • What steps can you jump over and get ahead of competition as well as benefit from the latest technology?
  • What will be the latest mobile technology application you should employ?

These and many more exciting topics around the value of mobile technology, strategies and business transformation will be addressed by over 100 CIOs, VPs and Heads of Mobile, Field Service, IT, Fleet Management and Operations from enterprises across UK at the Enterprise Mobility Exchange in September – widely regarded as THE leading mobility forum in the UK for senior IT professionals.

Here are 4 reasons you can't afford to miss the Enterprise Mobility Exchange:

1. Exclusive networking

The Enterprise Mobility Exchange is an invitation-only meeting bringing together the most senior IT decision-makers from some of the most respected global brands. Confirmed attendees you could be learning from and networking with already include:

Will you be joining them?

2. No death by PowerPoint!

We know that the great speakers aren't enough, which is why when you attend the Exchange you'll be taking in part in a variety of round-table discussions, interactive panels, interviews, workshops and more. An Exchange is structured to keep interest and energy levels sky-high throughout, so come prepared to get involved!

3. It's all about you: Mutual one-to-one business meetings

At the Exchange you won't get bombarded by suppliers you aren't interested in because we only invite a handful to join us, and of those who attend, you only meet with suppliers who are relevant to your current business needs. So there are no vendor gauntlets, just great conversations with innovative suppliers who can help you overcome your biggest headaches.

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4. A tailored itinerary that works for you

Every attendee has different reasons for attending, so we make sure you each have a personal itinerary that suits your needs. So whether you’re interested in hearing from renowned speakers, engaging in topical discussions or receiving guidance on your toughest challenges from the industry’s leading analysts and suppliers, the Exchange will cater for your needs.
                           
Are you eager to find out more? Do you think you should be meeting and networking with the elite group of IT leaders attending? Then click here to request your invitation to join us in September.

2016 Speakers Include:

 Wei Wang
Wei Wang
Executive Director
GE Healthcare
 David Wilde
David Wilde
Chief Information Officer
Essex County Council
 Patrick Bossert
Patrick Bossert
Director - Asset Information
Network Rail
 Charles Webb
Charles Webb
Head of Transformation and Information Technology Delivery
Waitrose Ltd.
 Dave Shepherd
Dave Shepherd
Head of Frontline Help, Barclays Personal & Corp Bank Chairman
Barclays Bank PLC
 James Hodges
James Hodges
Head of Information Technology
MITIE
 Bill Douglas
Bill Douglas
Head of Mobility
Royal Bank of Scotland
 Adrian Wong
Adrian Wong
Creative Director
AstraZeneca

  • The UK Enterprise Mobility Forecast
    Enterprise mobility, and the organisational advantages which can be achieved by adopting such technology, have taken the UK by storm. Companies of all sizes, across all industry verticals, are embracing mobility to both enable their employees and engage their customers.

    However, the rate of adoption and the attitudes towards mobility from a wider business perspective are still very fragmented, and enterprises are looking for a brighter outcome.

    That's why we've put together the following infographic: The UK Enterprise Mobility Forecast  in which we present a forecast of five key areas of enterprise mobility, including:

    • Strategic Enterprise Mobility
    • Internet of Things
    • Mobile Security and Data Protection
    • Customer Centricity
    • Forecasting the Future
  • The Global State of Enterprise Mobility: 2016The 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 in relation to the technologies that comprise enterprise mobility, and where business priorities should lie moving into 2016 and beyond.

    Make sure you download your free copy below to discover the results.
  • 2015 Post Event Report: Enterprise Mobility Exchange, London
    Last September the Enterprise Mobility Exchange brought together CIOs, VPs and Heads of Mobile, Field Service, IT, Fleet Management and Operations from enterprises across UK.

    This report compiles all of the facts, stats and figures into one. Here’s just a taster of what you will get;
    • The top take-aways on sessions around IoT, security, apps, best practice and more
    • Interviews with the Head of User Experience, Daily Mail Group and the CTO and Head of Strategy & Innovation at Heathrow
    • Key attendance statistics
    • Investment priorities of your peers
    Download your copy below:
  • Interview: Andrew Baynes, Enterprise Architect, National Grid

    National Grid has been leading the way for the past few years through enterprise mobile technology. With a long history of mobilising workers at the organisation, Andrew Baynes, Enterprise Architect at National Grid explains the reasons why their mobile technology has remained reliable. The challenge is always around driving technology forward, there are obstacles around 2nd and 3rd generation investments and ensuring sufficient support as mobile devices are constantly being upgraded, there is an ongoing need for reinvestment in support. The bigger challenge for National Grid in the next few years will be to decide on investing more in mobile technology and thus retiring their desktop offering.

  • Interview: Phil Colman, CIO, British American Tobacco ( BAT)

    Phil Colman, CIO of British American Tobacco (BAT) discusses current trends in enterprise mobility including the power of consumerisation and how this is spilling into corporates, which is having a knock-on effect on how companies are managing devices.

    The challenges around this are looking for ways to control what is set up as consumer choice with a corporate and ways to treat and support a device that does not belong to you. When it comes to adding enterprise applications to mobile devices for the employee, Phil gives advice on how to keep it simple, using a HTML5 format, while remaining device agnostic.

    Phil explains the successes of BAT in enterprise mobility – such as building their own corporate App store which is capable of sitting on a number of different devices.

  • Interview: Tim Embley, Knowledge & Innovation Manager, Costain

    When considering a enterprise mobility strategy for your business, Tim Embley, Knowledge & Innovation Manager at Costain explains you need to understand the business case and what the customer needs before structuring the solution around their requirements. He explains the number of successes Costain has had through working closely with customers to get solutions right and providing a service to manage their assets better.