After the Bubble, What Next? Creating Value from Emerging Technologies

Venue: MGM Grand Conference Center

Location: Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Event Date/Time: Nov 12, 2001 End Date/Time: Nov 13, 2001
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Disruptive innovation. New business models. The promise¡Xand the reality¡Xof wireless communications. Over the past five years, the business world has been obsessed with technology companies and advancements in technology. In this world of possibilities, Silicon Valley was our de facto Atlantis. But when the bubble burst in 2000, industry analysts, executives, and management gurus alike started talking about technology in hushed tones. While inflated market valuations may be a thing of the past, make no mistake: the high-tech sector is not dead, or even lost. It is simply getting ready for the next wave.

Developments in new technologies, such as broadband, wireless communications, enterprise storage, and all kinds of software, are continuing at a rapid pace, impacting business in all its facets. Whether you are conducting a business that develops and sells technology or a business where operations critically rely on technology, you will continue to be faced with a central challenge: How to capture business value from emerging new technologies?

Topics to be addressed include:
„h Where Has IT Created Real Value?
„h The Next Wave of the Internet Revolution
„h Disruptive Changes From the Next Generation Internet
„h Creative Destruction in High-Tech
„h The Problem With CRM
„h Who Owns the Customer Experience? A debate


Additional Information

The cost for the Executive Symposium itself is $1,495. There are additional costs for other COMDEX offerings.