Apogee welcomed senior IT and Procurement staff and business leaders to The Houses of Parliament, London to address the various challenges and opportunities of digital transformation.
Following on from its events at the Institute of Directors and Royal Armouries Museum, Apogee’s Strategies for Digital Transformation granted guests with access into the heart of The Houses of Parliament buildings to discuss how organisations can take full advantage of best-of-breed digital technologies and services.
Specialists from Apogee’s Professional Services and Desktop Services presented alongside business security, legal and IT subject matter experts to introduce the notion of digital transformation and the wide range of services available to organisations.
Afterwards guests made their way around four transformation pods, each hosted by specialists from Apogee’s Professional Services team who delivered live technology and guidance on the various challenges and opportunities of digital transformation, together with recommended solutions and strategies.
Each transformation pod tackled the concept of digital transformation from a different angle: transitioning from legacy to digital, working smarter with digital, security and GDPR compliance, and digital innovation and automating processes.
The event was attended by organisations from both the private and public sector and from all vertical industries, with many coming away from the Houses of Parliament questioning their organisations’ current digital processes and realising the optimisation opportunities available.
According to Apogee, guests enjoyed the journey of transitioning between pods, and felt as though the four individual topics together provided an insight into the different ways in which organisations can leverage technology to improve their performance and demonstrated that digital transformation is a process rather than a single activity.
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