Venue: Scandic Infra City Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Nov 08, 2004||End Date/Time: Nov 10, 2004|
The e-Nordic Business & Technology Integration Summit 2004 e-Nordic 2003 will bring together senior-level IT and Business Strategy executives with a select and diversified group of leading edge solution providers. Streamlined conference sessions will offer a variety of visionary keynote presentation and case studies delivered by some of the most prominent thinkers and practitioners in the Nordic region and beyond. At this exclusive gathering one-on-one business meetings will be seamlessly integrated with informal networking and leisure activities. Do not miss this opportunity to network with your peers and form new alliances. Get a head start on your competition and start building relationships today.
The Conference Programme
The speaker programme for the e-Nordic Business & Technology Integration Summit 2004 is determined by continuous research with our delegates and leading industry professionals. The conference programme is designed to enable delegates to identify strategies and technologies, to discover how IT can be employed effectively by leading organisations.
Key issues for 2004 include:
Business and Technology Integration Solutions
· Enterprise Application Integration - With proper integration a company’s IT platform can make the company quick to market, flexible and cost effective. Learn how to successfully integrate your systems – how to avoid pitfalls and, how to manage each system and integration process within the organisation.
· Web Services - Deployment of web services are happening today, but is the technology mature enough for massive rollout? What about security, stability and interoperability? Discover where web services should be placed within the IT strategy.
Enterprises are increasingly looking at how mobile applications can be integrated into the current corporate IT platforms and support the organization moving forward. Find out how the new infrastructure can be adapted to do business anywhere, anytime.
The on-demand computing model and the general business climate put pressure on how IT security is handled in the organization. Hear from the companies that implemented IT security and kept costs under control.
Outsourcing has gained some acceptance in the USA and UK, and it continues to spread also to the Nordic countries. Especially, a few leading companies are strongly promoting outsourcing services in the Nordic region. Find the answers to the key questions - when it is a good idea and when it is better to keep the job in-house?
Business Value of IT
The IT management faces new challenges in handling IT investments. Not only purchase costs, but business value - calculated return of investment and a total cost of ownership - is required to make investment decisions. The summit offers you an overview on how to assess the business value of IT and explain various methods used.
The Executive Delegation
The quality of the e-Nordic Business & Technology Integration Summit is a direct result of its exclusivity. Participation at the summit is by invitation only, which enables marcus evans to guarantee the quality and networking value of the executive level delegation. Registration is strictly limited to ensure the highest level of interaction between delegates and solution providers. Delegates will include Vice Presidents, CIO's, Directors and Department Heads from a wide range of industries, with purchasing responsibility in the following areas: Information Technology, Information Services and Information Systems, Information Security, e-Business/e-Commerce, Supply Chain Management, Procurement/e-Procurement, Technology, Architecture.
Business Development/e-Development The Solution Providers
The solution providers represented at e-Nordic Business and Technology Integration Summit 2004 are suppliers of key IT and business strategy products and services. To ensure a balanced portfolio, the number of companies in each solution category is strictly limited. Representatives from the solution provider companies are senior decision-makers, whose authority enables them to make on-the-spot decisions and effectively address delegates’ key concerns.