The Digital Transformation Congress takes place in Johannesburg
JOHANNESBURG – The Digital Transformation Congress takes place in Johannesburg, South Africa Tuesday.
Organised by ITNewsAfrica, the congress is expected to group together more than 300 industry experts at the Sandton Convention Centre, in a conversation that seeks to find ways of changing business operations, in line with technological advancement.
The Congress is a unique and interactive experience, where world class speakers will – through provocative presentations and engaging panels, breakdown key strategies on leading digital transformation in business, fostering a culture of innovation, identifying competitive advantages as well as managing digital disruption.
“The Digital Transformation Congress is the key meeting place for IT and business executives in Africa,” reads an advertorial by the organisers.
“The conference will attract senior decision-makers from South Africa and other African countries who are seeking to advance their knowledge of the latest business technology solutions, innovations and technologies. Digital Transformation Congress 2019 will unite local and international CxOs, line-ofbusiness (LoB) executives as well as heads of innovation and strategy to discuss the techniques and tools required to implement a seamless digital transformation strategy that will drive profitability and customer centricity.”
Experts expected to participate in the DTC are Hello Doctor Founder Dr Michael Mol, Mduduzi MICT SETA CEO Eric Zakwe, Zoho Corporation Business Development Director Ali Shabdar, Tymlez SA Country Manager at Marcus Mudd and Auto Trader UK Head of Infrastructure and Operations Russell Warman.
Gauteng Provincial Treasury and e-Government MEC, Nomantu Nkomo – Ralehoko, will the opening keynote address.