Digital is seen to pave the way for businesses. In fact, based on predictions by market research firm International Data Corp., organizations are expected to increase their spending on digital transformation, aside from investing on data intelligence and analytics.
As the COVID-19 has forced companies to integrate digital platforms into their businesses, would this lead to long-term changes? How can firms, as well as the government, transition from this “forced” transformation to a sustainable one?
In the second part of BusinessWorld Insights: An Online Forum Series on Connectivity, thought leaders from technology solutions, fintech, and consultancy fields will discuss how can organizations effectively transform to digital, as well as what challenges to brace for and pitfalls to avoid.
This online forum, titled “The Connected Path: A Guide to Digital Transformation of Government and Businesses”, will have in the panel Bong Paloma, EVP for Technology, Sales and Marketing at AMTI; Frederic Levy, chief commercial officer for Transfers at Globe Fintech Innovations, Inc. (Mynt); Paolo Azzola, chief operating officer of Paymaya Philippines; and Shiju Varghese, country head of Tata Consultancy Services, Inc. – Philippines. BusinessWorld‘s senior reporter Arjay L. Balinbin will moderate the session.
Catch the forum on October 7 at 11 a.m., live and free on the Facebook pages of BusinessWorld and The Philippine STAR.
The final run of the series is scheduled on October 14 covering the topic, “Internet, Technology and Education: Connecting Schools and Students in the New Normal”.
BusinessWorld Insights Connectivity Series is made possible by Tata Consultancy Services, Globe, AMTI, Dell Technologies, PLDT, Smart, media partner The Philippine STAR and e-learning platform partner Olern; with the support of the Philippine Chamber of Telecommunications Operators, Management Association of the Philippines, Bank Marketing Association of the Philippines, British Chamber of Commerce Philippines, Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines, Philippine Association of National Advertisers, and Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry.