Digital Transformation is much more than just moving to the cloud; it’s an opportunity to change how you do business and even what you do for business. Artificial intelligence and the exponential growth in data suggest that businesses have all the information they need to identify opportunities, outline growth strategies, and deliver value. But are these assets used to their fullest potential?
How should you use data to define your organization’s digital transformation?In this fast-paced educational TechTarget mini webcast sponsored by Qlik®, join industry expert Nick Cavalancia, and David Bolton, VP Industry Solutions from Qlik, as they discuss:
- Defining digital transformation and its challenges
- The values that should drive a digital transformation
- How you can use data to transform your business
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Vice President, Industry Solutions & Business Value, Qlik
David Bolton joined Qlik in 2008 and is now responsible for the global Industry Solutions and Business Value team. David’s team is responsible for industry go-to-market initiatives spanning sales, solutions, partners and marketing. This includes the development of compelling industry messaging and business solutions, strategic customer engagements and a continual focus on customer value and ROI.
The Qlik Industry and Value team includes some of the leading industry analytics experts and strategy consultants whose sole focus is on delivering business value and driving customer success within the analytics economy. David has also worked extensively with the Qlik Partner network across many regions, supporting solution development, go to market strategies and sharing best practice across many industry-focussed partners.
Consultant, Writer - Techvangelism – Search DisasterRecovery
Nick Cavalancia has more than 25 years of enterprise IT experience; is an accomplished consultant, speaker, trainer, writer and columnist and has achieved industry certifications, including MCSE, MCT, Master CNE and Master CNI.
Nick regularly speaks, writes and blogs for some of the most recognized tech companies today on a variety of topics as a technical evangelist. He is founder of Techvangelism and is its Chief Techvangelist. He is also co-founder of Conversational Geek.