What's new for 2016?

In the digital revolution era are you driven by value add in your transformation programme?  The 2016 Enterprise Mobility Exchange agenda will feature exclusive case studies, debates and presentations showing mobility at work in complex organisations highlighting:

How to enable business transformation and how to find new opportunities in the connected enterprise through exclusive presentations from Patrick Bossert the Digital Transformation Director at Network Rail and David Wilde the Executive Director for Place Operations and Chief Information Officer at Essex County Council.

How to enhance ROI in a mobile mature organisation - What better industries to learn this from than the banking and the retail verticals!  Make sure you are in the room for the exciting case study highlighting operational agility and mobile quality from Charles Webb, Head of IT Delivery at Waitrose.  Dave Shepherd, Director of Eagle Labs & Digital Eagles at Barclays and Chairman of London Digital Security Centre will take you through a very successful programme in engaging employees to drive customer-centricity into the DNA of the organization.

How to formulate and execute and end to end mobility strategy - Industry experts Richard Thorp, Group CTO at First Group, Wei Wang, Executive Director at GE Healthcare and many more will be emphasising tried and tested strategies through a series of case studies, strategic keynotes and panel discussion covering enhanced customer experience, employee productivity and new revenue channels.

Given the absolute need for group discussions and peer to peer learning, the 2016 round tables will be led by seasoned executives representing P&G, the Metropolitan Police and Mitie – they will host some of the most exciting discussions including IoT, Analytics, Governance, BYOD & Security – which one will you take part in?

Download the agenda now to find out who will lead on creative technology innovation and who will highlight the role of mobility in bringing construction out of the dark ages!