13 July 2020 | Singapore
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Changing the way the world thinks about the impact of technology on business and society.

 

It was about 30 years ago that modern technology started infiltrating our businesses in the form of email and the internet. Today, technology has embedded itself in all facets of the business from back end data processing, to front end customer facing roles (hello, robots!), and our lives. It is this ubiquity of technology affecting the way we live, learn, work and play, that has led us to IDC LIVE.

We believe that technology is a team sport. That the responsibility of technology no longer falls into the hands of a single individual or business unit. However, we also realise that each business unit has specific technology needs and requirements.

IDC LIVE is how we explore how we can work together - within our teams, within our organisations, within our industries – to create ecosystems that positively affect the lives of others in our communities, while still addressing the individual business unit’s technological requirements.

 

What is Future X?

In a mathematical equation, X is the unknown, we always “solve for x”. X is also the exponential. When it comes to your future, how can you drive exponential growth? What do you need for that exponential growth to happen?

So whether you’re in IT, Marketing, Finance, Operations or Human Resources, join us at IDC Live, where you will hopefully find out - what’s your “X”?

By The Numbers

3000+
RSVPs


1200+
Attendees


29 Days
On-demand


1
Live Day


Future Themes


In 2019, IDC surveyed 100 CEOs from major organizations (enterprises with >USD$1B revenue or unicorns with a >USD$1B valuation), and found that their top four concerns moving forward in the digital economy were:

  • Customers - how to achieve empathy at scale
  • Critical Infrastructure - how IT and IoT are becoming more important in ensuring reliable digital services and experiences
  • Capabilities – how data, analytics and AI come into play to deliver innovative services and experiences at scale
  • Industry Ecosystem – how to create or join ecosystems for building new market opportunities

Underpinning these four key concerns are IDC’s nine “future” pillars of research, which form the basis of the theme for IDC Live:

Future of Work


How do we create a work model that includes a fluid workforce that can be dynamically reconfigured, augments work with technology co-workers, taps into gig economy labor models, and embraces a work environment un-bounded by time or physical space?

Future of Intelligence


How do organisations develop the skill to learn using intelligent technologies, and more importantly, how can it access the information it needs in order to learn?

Future of Customers and Consumers


How can organizations create constant feedback loops about customer experience? How can organisations partner with one another in an ecosystem to move towards more holistic, customer-generated experiences?

Future of Trust


How do organizations ensure the trust of its partners, customers, and stakeholders by managing its reputation, data, policies and methods as it relates to digital activities?

Future of Operations


How can organisations pivot from efficiency to market-driven operations? How can technology be used to create operational resiliency - the ability to adapt to changing circumstances while maintaining one’s central purpose?

Future of Digital Innovation


How can organisations develop their software capabilities to bring their digital innovations to market? How do they manage this dramatic cultural shift?

Future of Connectedness


The unleashed possibilities when people, things and processes are always connected and the need for organizations to approach their operations, experiences and products with an “always connected” mindset.

Future of Digital Infrastructure


The growing criticality of IT infrastructure in maintaining business continuity as business models shift from physical to digital.

Future of Industries


Exploring new manufacturing and industrial capabilities as well as industry ecosystems that will be created in the digital economy. How can industrial organisations build and integrate data-driven value chains that efficiency, quality, and performance with consideration for implications on people and the planet?

Agenda

In a mathematical equation, X is the unknown, we always “solve for x”. X is also the exponential. When it comes to your future, how can you drive exponential growth?
What do you need for that exponential growth to happen?

So whether you’re in IT, Marketing, Finance, Operations or Human Resources, join us at IDC Live, where you will hopefully find out - what’s your “X”?



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Contacts

Joyce Ngiam

Senior Conference Executive

Justin Ng

Registration Lead

Vanessa Quake

Conference Producer

Erika Tabotabo

Associate Conference Producer

Janel Lim

Sales / Sponsorship Lead

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