2:30 PM – 2:45 PM
WELCOME NOTE : SETTING THE CONTEXT
2:45 PM – 3:15 PM
GEARING UP FOR A DIGITAL NATIVE FUTURE
The industrial era started with the steam engine, but the future surely is being driven by silicon. Today we have at least one prominent Digital Native company at the forefront in pretty much any industry you we can think of. Retail, Entertainment, Hospitality, Finance and so on. In fact the digital behemoths of today appear to be straddling not just one or two industries, but multiples, thereby blurring boundaries.
What does it take for companies to survive and thrive in an increasingly uncertain and fast-changing business environment? What are some of the shifts on the horizon, and what is the DNA that is helping Digital companies succeed, that you can learn from?
Listen to a Keynote by Gene Munster, on how all this can be achieved and more.
3:30 PM – 4:15 PM
WINNING CUSTOMERS THROUGH CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE
When Apple unveiled the first iPhone in 2007, it brought in a sea change in terms of customer expectations of what a product should look like and deliver. This was followed by a series of innovations that are not just bringing to the fore exciting products, but are also creating exciting and memorable experiences that are highly engaging.
How can a company create an exciting customer experience that is enjoyable and sets your company apart from the crowd? Let’s hear from the expert set of panelists.
– Bharat Lingam (Moderator)
– Hunter Saklad
– Chad Storlie
4:15 PM – 4.30 PM
COFFEE & NETWORKING
4:30 PM – 5:15 PM
LEVERAGING DIGITAL FOR BETTER HEALTHCARE & LOWERED COSTS
It is well-known that while US healthcare costs are the highest at 18% of GDP, it is no.37 on WHO’s global ranking of healthcare systems. While spending is rising faster than the GDP, the results have not been encouraging. Additionally, while admin costs globally at 3% of overall health spending, they’re 8% in the US. Can some of the newer digital technologies like AI, Blockchain, Mobile, voice assistants and IoT among others help to improve the overall experience and metrics?
Some interesting questions to ponder on and discuss, especially in the light of the new kinds of health organizations coming to the fore in the last year, with traditional as well as digital native companies from New York, Silicon Valley, and Seattle getting into the fray.
– Mark Ritchie (Moderator)
– Lonny Stormo
5:15 PM – 6:00 PM
THE NEXT WAVE OF INNOVATION ( AI, AR/VR, BLOCKCHAIN)
Intel Co-Founder Gordon Moore famously predicted that computing power would grow exponentially by doubling every two years (“Moore’s Law”). The implications of such rapidly improving computing power are now evident all around us. There are now many exponential tech trends that are expected to disrupt us just as much as the Internet and mobile did over the past 20 years.
What technologies will disrupt which markets? How quickly are they advancing? How do you create a business case for rolling them out?
The panel will provide their perspective having led teams working on such difficult questions with the most disruptive technologies from AI, AR/VR, Blockchain, Robotics, IoT, Digital Manufacturing, Neuroscience, and more.
– Ryan Weber (Moderator)
– Adam Gettings
– Chuck Olsen
– Patrick Josephson