The rapid growth of technology in recent years has compelled many companies to optimize their businesses operations to seek efficiencies and ensuring growth and maximized productivity.
Every time a new innovation is introduced into the market, businesses are quick to take the opportunity and use it as a competitive advantage. However, these integrations come at a cost that raises the issue of workforce redundancy and blurs the line between the physical world and the virtual realm.
The upcoming 11th International Innovation Summit (IIS) will gather global IT leaders and subject-matter experts to explore and some answer IT and businesses process management (IT-BPM) issues.
With the theme, “Next Phase: Leading the charge, withstanding headwinds, driving the IT-BPM future today,” the summit will tackle three relevant tracks: human capital, country and policy, and deep tech.
Members of the academe, business sector, and government officials are also expected the attend the event, which will be held on November 12, at the Marriot Grand Ballroom.