everis joins NTT as sponsors of Gartner Symposium ITxpo event
Tuesday, 30 October, 2018

This year everis joins NTT as premier sponsors of Gartner Symposium under the theme: “Accelerating your digital agenda”. The event is set to take place in Barcelona from the 4th to the 8th of November at CCIB with NTT present at stand #313. 

The event will allow both firms to showcase several demos and solutions focused on 4 key topics: digital innovation, customer experience, security & compliance and business intelligence & analytics. NTT will exhibit cutting-edge demos and solutions in these 4 topics as listed below:

  • Business Intelligence & Analytics – Improving the odds with optimal data analysis
  • Customer Experience – Evolution for a digital-first society
  • Digital Innovation – Challenging convention to create new business models
  • Security & Compliance – Ensuring client confidentiality and trust

Speaking sessions conducted by NTT are:

  • Data defined: the good, the bad, and the ugly (November 5, 17:40 ITXpo Stage 2)

Shamlan Siddiqi CTO of Public Sector at NTT DATA Services will provide an overview of the state of the data economy in an opt-in era and what's ahead as we create change for meaningful and personalized insights with predictable outcomes. The full "The Future of Data" report, conducted in partnership with NTT DATA and Oxford Economics, can be downloaded here.

  • Digital transformation: we did it! Hear about our journey (November 6, 10:00 CCIB Room 115)

Hendrik Rosenboom, Chief Digital Officer at DKV will explain how DKV has transformed its customer service with real-time digital services.

  • CIO challenges: in the trenches with CIOs discussing their challenges and solutions (November 7, 10:00 CCIB Room 115)

Len Padilla, VP Global Products at NTT Communications will help us discover what challenges CIOs face from different types of companies and what their solutions have in common.

  • IT Security: failure as team performance (November 7, 12:40 ITXpo Stage 2)

Patrick Schraut, VP Consulting Europe at NTT Security will explore why IT security doesn't always work the way it should, who is affected by it and what companies can or must do better.