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Conference Agenda

08:30

Registration and Morning Coffee

Room: Foyer

08:30
09:00

Welcome Address

Room: Topaz

Petr Riha
Country Manager, Czech & Slovak, IDC CEMA
09:00
09:05

Dawn of the DX Economy. New Rules, Roles and Requirements.

Room: Topaz

Steven Frantzen
Senior Vice President, EMEA Region, MD CEMA Region, IDC
09:05
09:30

The Fusion of Business and Technology in the Age of Digital Transformation by Oracle

Room: Topaz

Renata Dvořáková
Sales Director, Oracle Czech
09:30
09:45

Real Story about T-Mobile´s Digital Transformation

Room: Topaz

Petr Jeřábek
B2B Marketing Director, T-Mobile Czech Republic
09:45
10:00

Running a Business in Parallel Universes

Room: Topaz

Filip Doušek
CEO, Stories
10:00
10:15

Panel Discussion: Trends: Which projects will create new digital services and revenue streams that monetize data?

Room: Topaz

Filip Doušek
CEO, Stories
Petr Jeřábek
B2B Marketing Director, T-Mobile Czech Republic
Renata Dvořáková
Sales Director, Oracle Czech

Digital transformation (DX) is now ubiquitous, affecting every industry, in every country, and in every region in the world. The bar has been raised for every organization. Two-pronged approaches and the dream of quick and dirty solutions are over. Focusing on individual technologies or out-of-the-box services will no longer provide the much needed competitive advantage. What is now needed is a full spectrum approach that holistically accommodates all aspects of leading and managing technology invention, assimilation, utilization, and retirement while providing a powerful integrated framework and the tools for competitive differentiation and business continuity.

10:15
10:45

Coffee Break and Facilitated 1:1 Meetings with Partner´s Representatives, DemoZone

Room: Foyer

10:45
11:15

Technology that dominate trends

Cloud Computing in Central and Easter Europe - Past, Present and… Bright Future Ahead

Room: Topaz

Miroslaw Burnejko
Senior Program Manager, Cloud Services CEE, IDC Poland

Cloud Computing in CEE is gaining momentum. Time to stop for a moment and look to the future. In this presentation we are going to look into IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Cloud 2017 Predictions. It's the perfect place to understand where we are and where we will be in a moment.

Sprava zeleznicni dopravni cesty: Case study of hybrid cloud in public sector

Room: Topaz

Jaroslav Novotný
IT Architect, Oracle Czech

Cloud Now and Then

Room: Topaz

Miroslav Pikus
Head of Cloud, T-Mobile Czech Republic

The cloud era is here, with traditional incentives including low price and flexibility becoming irresistible. However, cloud-related agility is coming to the fore. Cloud’s dynamism is its most critical feature in today’s hasty times.

Panel Discussion

Room: Topaz

Miroslaw Burnejko
Senior Program Manager, Cloud Services CEE, IDC Poland
Miroslav Pikus
Head of Cloud, T-Mobile Czech Republic
Jaroslav Novotný
IT Architect, Oracle Czech

Authentic Experiences: Omni-Experience and Business Networks

Room: Sapphire

Eva Drbohlavova
Marketing Manager, CE Region, IDC CEMA

By 2018, 65% of IT organizations will create new customer-facing and ecosystem-facing services to meet business DX needs.

Unlocking new insights from the millions of customer interactions with cognitive power of EMMA

Room: Sapphire

Jan Rančák
Co-founder, DATERA

It’s not only about „media“, it’s not only about „technology“. Time/Content/Audience

Room: Sapphire

Marek Bačo
Head of Mediacom Beyond Advertising, MediaCom

Panel Discussion

Room: Sapphire

Eva Drbohlavova
Marketing Manager, CE Region, IDC CEMA
Monika Jančová
Head of Business Development and Research, CET 21
Jan Rančák
Co-founder, DATERA
Dorota Kajfoszova
Online Marketing & Sales Manager at O2 Czech Republic
Boris Gomez
Chief Digital Officer at NN Life and Pensions

Agile future

Room: Ruby

Petr Riha
Country Manager, Czech & Slovak, IDC CEMA

By 2019, 70% of IT organizations will shift their culture to a startup-like work environment by embracing agile practices and open-source communities.

The Future of Labour: Trends, Opportunities, and Innovations

Room: Ruby

Adam Hazdra
Business owner, LMC

Robotization, flexibilization, technologies and other trends are transforming the world of labour. Where do the greatest opportunities emerge and how to tap into them with innovation? I will first provide an overview of the key trends and data that we see and collect, then move on to the opportunity search process that I am responsible for and finally, I will us the brand new Profinaut services as an example of how to move from an idea to a validated product within 8 weeks with severely limited resources.

How do organisations need to change their operations in the world of digital transformation?

Room: Ruby

Jiří Kůs
Co-Founder, nanoSPACE
Petr Riha
Country Manager, Czech & Slovak, IDC CEMA

An interview with the author of “The days of traditional high professions are numbered, a post-professional society is nigh", an article about how amusing initiatives like Work 4.0 should choose a more fitting name, such as Work 0. The upcoming technological revolution will deprive humans of higher professions in their traditional form, including those of physicians, lawyers, architects and teachers.

Source: http://jirikus.blog.idnes.cz

 

Panel Disscusion

Room: Ruby

Adam Hazdra
Business owner, LMC
Petr Riha
Country Manager, Czech & Slovak, IDC CEMA
Petr Šídlo
Partner, Chief Commerce Officer, DirectPeople
Vít Horký
Co-founder and CEO at Brand Embassy
11:15
12:30

Coffee Break and Facilitated 1:1 Meetings with Partner´s Representatives, DemoZone

Room: Foyer

12:30
13:00

Specifics of the verticals

Top 10 Predictions: Powering the Factory of the Future

Room: Sapphire

Martin Kuban
Senior Research Analyst, Manufacturing Insights, IDC CEMA

With a new generation of smart connected products and systems, Industry 4.0 is transforming virtually every function in the business value chain, including product development, manufacturing, customer relationships, and supply chain logistics. Learn which are the key trends and predictions that IDC Manufacturing Insights analysts featured for the upcoming years and in these areas, and leverage them in a transformation plan of your factory.

Partner‘s Perspective: Why are Czech companies failing to plan production and procurement more effectively? – presented by Minerva

Room: Sapphire

Vladimír Bartoš
Sales Support Director, Minerva Česká republika

We could name dozens of potential benefits of implementation of information technologies in manufacturing companies but we will always inevitably find that the greatest potential lies in planning and management of production and procurement. Czech companies have focused on this area intensively since 1995 when free market principles started to kick in in full and first ERP systems emerged. It has been more than 20 years and yet we do rarely encounter a company that could claim it plans effectively and follows the plan in all processes. In this presentation, we focus on the most common factors that contribute to failure of the planning process and explain the architecture of planning tools that have proved effective in real life. We will also outline a vision of further development of planning methods in the spirit of Industry 4.0.

Panel discussion: Preparing and Organising an Integrated Transformation Plan – moderated by Martin Kuban

Room: Sapphire

Vladimír Bartoš
Sales Support Director, Minerva Česká republika
Tomáš Gadas
ICT Director, TON
Martin Kuban
Senior Research Analyst, Manufacturing Insights, IDC CEMA
Pavel Janda
Chief Design Officer, InspireOn

Panelists from leading manufacturing companies will discuss how they move on from a functional individual evolution in performance, to a company-wide integrated revolution and how to move from “siloed” structure to “end2end” operations by implementing a company-wide process driven supply chain organization.

Trends: Financial Sector Challenges 2017:2020

Room: Topaz

Thomas Zink
Associate Research Director, Financial Insights, IDC Central Europe

Despite the significant changes already witnessed in the financial services industry over the past 10 years, the changes from 2017 to 2020 will be unprecedented. The impact of a scaled-up digital transformation (DX) economy on our industry will see more enhanced customer experiences, a proliferation of next-generation security solutions, the expansion of cognitive and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, and robotic and automated solutions aimed to improve efficiency and overall profitability. As part of this digital economy, new rules for competitive success will be built, there will be new roles for IT leaders, and fintech vendors will be presented with new requirements and challenges to the status quo.

The Rise of Financial Ecosystems

Room: Topaz

Jan Škabrada
Consultant, Trask solutions

Out of the broad PSD2 topic, we are focusing on upcoming changes in the traditional banking practice, specifically a change in the relationship between the client and the bank and a new role of third parties. The existing rules of the game, processes and relations are likely to transform. Our presentation will try to answer the question of to what extent, how fast and in what direction.

Panel Discussion

Room: Topaz

Pavel Roland
Research Director, Systems & Infrastructure Solutions, IDC CEMA
Andrea Lauren
Chairman of the Board, Czech Fintech Association (CEFTAS)
Jan Škabrada
Consultant, Trask solutions
Aleš Kubík
Head of IT, Sberbank
Filip Dřímalka
Digital Innovations Expert, Business Advisor
13:00
14:15

Networking Lunch, DemoZone, Close of Event

Room: Restaurant

14:15

Contacts

Sponsorship enquiries

Petra Krizova

Account Manager

pkrizova@idc.com +420 602 608 405

Information about the event

Lucie Padourkova

Senior Conference Specialist

lpadourkova@idc.com +420 736 608 563