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Digital Transformation Week Is Returning to Santa Clara This Summer

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Fri, 23/02/2024 - 12:01
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Digital Transformation Week is returning to Santa Clara this summer! Back by popular demand, this year’s event will take place at Santa Clara Convention Center, CA on June 5-6, 2024. Around 7,000 attendees are expected, and 250 exhibitors and 200 speakers will be present to showcase their innovations and expertise. Digital Transformation Week is a crucial event for CEOs, CIOs, senior managers, and tech enthusiasts who want to learn more about all the latest advancements in the world of Digital Transformation.

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Organised by TechEx Events, the conference will consist of seven co-located events, including the IoT Tech Expo, AI and Big Data Expo, Unified Communications Conference, Intelligent Automation Conference, Cyber Security & Cloud Congress, and Edge Computing Expo. This wide range of events provides an opportunity to dive into a variety of key enterprise technologies, all under one roof.

There’s so much to discover at Digital Transformation Week North America, with hundreds of exhibitors and speakers covering key areas such as Transformation Infrastructure, Hybrid Cloud, Future of Work, Employee Experience, Customer Experience, Automation, Sustainability, Business Transformation, and Robotic Process Automation (RPA). These critical areas are currently at the forefront of the digital transformation world, and are becoming all the more important post-pandemic, with transformative technologies entering the workplace across many sectors to enable businesses to innovate and thrive.

This year’s speakers include: Paul Hoerman, Head of Digital Ecosystem at Ferguson Enterprises; Joselle Deocampo-Gautam, Board Director and Former Chief of Staff at LinkedIn; Sunzay Passari, Sr Director & Head of Digital Innovation at UPS and Arpitha Prakas, Head of Digital Technology at Lime. Plus, plenty more to be announced in the coming weeks.

The event is taking place in Silicon Valley, home to plenty of renowned tech companies, start-ups, and inspiring figures, and this location presents the perfect environment for networking and collaborating with industry leaders. Digital Transformation Week North America will be an immersive experience that goes beyond mere discussion, offering opportunities to explore new tech and strategic approaches hands-on. At the same time, you’ll be forging new connections with CTOs, COOs, CIOs, CISOs, Directors of IT, Heads of Digital Transformation, and more.

The event offers both free and paid ticket options. Free tickets will allow you access to inspiring speaker sessions and the busy expo floor, while paid tickets unlock premium tracks from all co-located expos, featuring talks from industry leaders, a VIP networking party, and an AI-powered online networking app that you can access in the weeks leading up to the event.

Digital Transformation Week North America is an important calendar date for professionals who are keen on navigating the fast-transforming Digital Transformation ecosystem. If you’re looking for networking opportunities, all the most current industry knowledge, and lead generation prospects, then Santa Clara Convention Center on 5-6 June 2024 is the place to be!

https://www.digitaltransformation-week.com/northamerica/

Digital Transformation Week North America is a part of TechEx. For more information regarding TechEx please see online here.

For media enquiries, please contact:

Gabby Richards
Marketing Manager - TechEx
gabby@techexevent.com

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