The upcoming Digital Workplace Exchange USA will take place on 12 – 13 November at the Westin Galleria Dallas in Texas.
The Exchange will bring together 60 IT leaders who are developing innovative new strategies to tackle the latest challenges facing the digital workplace.
An exclusive report delivered by the event organizers which surveyed digital workplace leaders from the likes of Caesars Entertainment, Coca-Cola, 1st Capital Bank, GE Healthcare and more, stated that their top investment priorities for 2020 included AI / Machine Learning (84%), Workforce Collaboration Tools (63%), and Cloud Migration/Enablement (58%).
The team behind the Exchange believe it would be prudent to inform all attendees and prospective solution providers of these priorities prior to the event to maximize the value of each session and one-on-one meetings.
Attendees at the Exchange often engage in private discussions to outline digital workplace solutions for their brand and only key decision-makers in IT are allowed to attend, based on a set of pre-qualifying criteria. Regarding these intimate meetings, the CEO at PGK thanked the team behind the Exchange “for so many great conversations about change management and tools.”
During the two days of networking between senior & C-level executives from some of the most prolific global brands, there are a plethora of sessions taking place that can potentially shape the future of digital workplace strategies within key industries such as Financial Services, healthcare, FMCG, hospitality/entertainment, and more.
Some of the sessions taking place at the Exchange include: Think Tanks, Roundtables, and Keynote Presentations, Networking, and Plenary sessions. IT Executive – Global Workplace Strategy/Evangelist at Bayer from our 2019 Digital Workplace Exchange Europe described the event as offering “Very useful insights across industries and… excellent presentations, plus terrific networking opportunities.”