Companies are using digital transformation to take advantage of rapidly changing business opportunities and to provide a way of optimizing their business processes to keep them profitable.
Day to day, companies are reacting to and taking advantage of business initiatives such as market volatility, raw material availability and feedstock planning, asset reliability and logistics changes to name a few. Teams using new optimized business process workflows that have a greater accessibility to data across the enterprise, can make better, faster and more informed business decisions that affect their bottom-line.
Business process workflows have become increasingly more complex. Understanding what the benefits are when you “digitize” them is key. It’s been said that you should ask the question first and then see if you have the data to answer it. The same goes with digital transformation, ask if by digitizing all or part of your workflows, will you make your business more optimized and efficient or better yet, does it make you more money?
The starting point and the path of project opportunities that follow must be ROI driven. We have all been involved with project programs in the past. The same holds true with the digital transformation journey, every project has an ROI or don’t do it. We will discuss the investment in digital transformation, the technologies and culture shift you must have for business value and give you a competitive advantage.
On Feb 10th, Jeff Dymond, Global CTO, Industries Edge & IoT will discuss Dell Technologies view on Digital Transformation, use cases and how to get started.
This meeting will be hosted virtually on Zoom.
About our Speaker:
Jeff Dymond, Global CTO, Industries Edge & IoT, Dell Technologies has been in the automation and hardware/software industries for over 35 years. He is currently a Global CTO for Dell Technologies Industries Edge & IoT where Jeff applies OT and IT knowledge to develop IoT use cases and architectures from the field to the cloud. He creates solutions by looking at the business and then applying the solution and architecture in the industry specific context that enables the business value proposition. Jeff has consistently led companies to re-focus on the value of their solutions combined with their business problem that enables them to understand and sustain a competitive advantage.
Jeff started his carrier designing split architecture analog controls. Since then he has worked at major EPC firms as a control system engineer, Honeywell, first as a Solution Manager then as the their business unit lead of the Network Design and Installation group, Aspen Technology as an Application Integration Director, TIBCO Software as a SOA Architect, SAP as a NetWeaver Solution Principle, Microsoft as an SAP Integration Director, Emerson as an Oil & Gas Business Development Manager, and at DAQRI as the Sr. Director of AR Industrial Solutions before coming to Dell Technologies.
Jeff has worked in several vertical markets including Utilities, Oil & Gas Upstream, Mid-Stream, Refining, Chemical, CPG, Food Beverage, Life Sciences, Digital Cities & Smart Buildings, Pulp and Paper and Power Gen.