This seminar is dedicated to enterprise management and directors who like to exchange experience and ideas with their peers on strategic IT subjects. The ISIS Papyrus Executives will present four short presentations including different perspectives of important current and future IT topics and how you can leverage more of your current Papyrus investment. This will lead into a moderated, interactive communication exchange and later open discussion.
The Digital Enterprise – Business processes in the digital age
The digitalization continues to bear the challenge for corporations to analyze, adopt, optimize
or even define new business models, strategies and processes. This discussion is about the
impact of the digital transformation on corporate strategy and business process, and
highlights the importance of the digital process and communication infrastructure to ensure a
sustainable ability to compete.
Managed Content Services – an Evolution is here
Every enterprise today depends on, uses and exchanges a significant amount of
information. Think about it: Proposals, contracts, presentations, invoices, orders, reports, daily
correspondences, e-mails, chat, video, voice and more – much of what exists in both paper
and digital form. Optimizing the workflows around an enterprise’s content is increasingly critical
to reducing cost and streamlining business processes. General data protection regulation
(GDPR) and many daily business challenges exist in finding, updating, sharing and tracking
important records and can create a significant risk for a company’s security.
The Digital Document – from physical to digital
Paper loses its relevance as primary media, and digital communication moves to the foreground.
Many businesses felt a new sense of urgency to digitize paper-based inbound and outbound
processes in 2017. Nevertheless, the adoption to digital is slow, and companies often cling
to their paper-based processes. A digital document solution needs tools to unify document
design across all output formats. It also means organizational adoption, empowering business
users to successfully leverage smart document design capabilities and e-delivery channels.
Building Business Applications - A mind-shift is needed
Building business applications can be a long and expensive nightmare. Often they never
make it into production. This makes a change of design approach that adapts rather than
enforces a necessity. Years of development must be cut down to months for a fraction of
the cost. A Digital Business Platform must use new approaches to define, plan and execute
business applications that are governed and described within the business architecture based
on business language. Business rules are critical to channel the effort of business users toward
objectives and reduce risk by ensuring compliance. Discuss the change in design approach,
shaping new solutions, and how this will impact the business.
Moderated by industry experts:
Gábor Budai-Tüske – CIO, Head of IT, Groupama Insurance, Hungary
Sam Marsh – Director IT Architecture and Technical Services, Dexcom Healthcare Products, USA
Rob Koplowitz – Analyst, Forrester Research
Alan Peters – IT Director, Global Solutions, Paragon Group, UK