Technology in the Workplace
When: September 13, 2011
6:00 PM Networking and Reception
7:00 PM Presentation
Where: Conrad Miami Hotel, 1395 Brickell Avenue, Miami, FL, 33131
Registration: $30 event registration fee. FIU alumni members and students can register for $20. Non FIU alumni members are $25. Registration is limited and available on a first come first served basis.
Technology in the Workplace: Boost the Bottom Line & Supercharge the Workplace with New Technologies
During the last few years, the U.S. has experienced robust productively growth at approx. 2.5%. The boom in productivity has been mainly driven by the implementation of new open-source, cloud-based technologies. As many traditional software makers move their applications into the cloud, they are realizing that their software can now integrate with other providers and perform new functions that could never be released before. These mash-ups are creating new forms of collaboration and systems integrations which are unlocking labor potential, increasing worker productivity and decreasing IT budgets. As we enter a new era of increased confidence and greater prosperity, companies are driving business growth and efficiency by adopting and implementing new technologies that have profound business implications.
How can you boost your productivity, decrease costs and better execute on your business goals by leveraging new workforce technologies?
By asking the experts. This audience-panel discussion will empower audience members to present questions to a panel of industry experts who will focus their thought-leadership and perspectives on the audience’s challenges and opportunities. The esteemed panel will feature:
Mark Hans-Joachim Crofton, Senior Director, SAP AG
Erika Twani, Education Industry Director, Microsoft Multi-Country Americas
Andres Campo, Axxis Solutions, President and Founder
Insights will include:
Learn how companies are using cloud computing to cut IT and software costs and tackle tasks including human resources and sales management
Leverage micro-workforces and manage outsourcing partners
Increase computing power and business intelligence
Improve internal and external communication and collaboration
Better serve customers and partners
Identify and recommend new open-source, cloud based technologies and communications platforms
How to embrace and implement new workspace technologies through culture change and vertical/horizontal integration
- Moderator: Jose Antonio Hernandez-Solaun, President, Hernandez-Solaun Foundation
- Master of Ceremonies: Jacques Hart, CEO, Roar Media