We’re inviting you to the first-ever Authtrail webinar and here is why you should not miss it.
Trusted data and its impact
As the title suggests, the webinar will be all about the impact of data on manufacturing and business processes. It will be a hands-on, no-nonsense event that takes a practical approach to discuss the value of data in digitized companies.
Instead of focusing on types of information, its sources and storages, we will talk about what bad data management means for companies and how to turn their existing assets into a valuable resource.
Should you join?
We’re inviting decision-makers from an array of industries who understand that the amount of data their companies generate daily is vast, but have yet to find a way to make sense of it so that it provides value.
Digitized SME companies and manufacturers that want to upgrade their operations to stage 2 digitization will learn how to get there easily by optimizing processes and sharing data with external parties, partners and customers.
All registered participants will get a recording of the webinar after the event.
From a broad perspective to hands-on experience
The speakers of the webinar are experts in their respective fields and will share different aspects of how data impacts processes in the digital transformation of companies.
First-hand insight into issues and the potential of data
In collaboration with KPMG, we’ve created a questionnaire for a survey that will help us understand what are currently the biggest issues that data bring to companies in their interactions with clients, partners and regulators.
The questionnaire is a short set of seven questions and we welcome you to devote not more than two minutes of your time to complete it. Together with KPMG, we will discuss the results of the survey during the webinar.
Spread the word about the webinar and invite your colleagues to join us, too. The more insights we get from industry decision-makers, the better solutions we can create.
See you on the webinar.
Date: Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Time: 10 AM, CEST
Duration: 1 hour