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IDC and Rocket Software Executive Dinner

Content Automation: How to Transform Content Management Processes and Make Them Fit for the Digital Decade

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The three key business outcomes that UK organisations are seeking to achieve through technology investments are revenue growth, increased profitability, and improved productivity, according to IDC's research.
Content agility is critical for improving productivity and agility. Organisations can develop content agility by using innovation accelerators such as automation and orchestration at scale. Automation helps organisations address many digital challenges such as skills shortages, human errors, limited speed and scale.

Savvy digital organisations get this. Amid tighter budgets and recessionary concerns, they are re-prioritising their tech spend to invest in foundational digital technologies such as:

• Cloud

• Next-Gen Security

• Automation and Orchestration

• Microservices

• Data Systems

IDC predicts that by 2024, European organisations that have developed a trusted digital business platform using these foundational components will be more than twice as likely to achieve double-digit revenue growth.

Automation is the glue that helps organisations succeed in digital transformation efforts because it helps IT teams to deliver positive content experience to end users to augment their productivity. But the use of automation in content-driven processes requires a long-term vision and clear strategy.
Why Attend?
In this exclusive IDC and Rocket Software roundtable, you will have the opportunity to discuss the challenges in content agility strategy and how to overcome them to automate and improve content-rich processes. In this exclusive IDC and Rocket Software roundtable, you will have the opportunity to discuss the challenges in content agility strategy and how to overcome them to automate and improve content-rich processes.

Join your peers, industry analysts and market experts on April 26th at London's Ivy Market Grill, for a rich discussion and best practices.

IDC’s invitation-only, complimentary, Executive Dinners are designed to be a small-scale, personal, and interactive gathering, with sufficient time for you to connect with like-minded industry peers. The structure of our event aims to be simple and effective - starting at 6.30pm and ending at 10pm, with discussions being held over a three-course dinner and champagne reception.

Key Topics

If you are an IT or business leader, join IDC, Rocket Software and other peers at this exclusive dinner to discuss these topics:

Content management strategy

How important is it for the business? What are the challenges? And how are you currently dealing with complexity and compliance risks?

Role and importance of automation in improving content management processes

How to leverage automation and orchestration and how to communicate the business benefits (metrics and KPIs)

Learning from the ground up

Modern trends and technologies for content automation and best practices/playbook for success


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Wednesday June 7, 2023

Champagne Reception and Networking in the Pygmalion Room


IDC and Rocket Software Welcome Address


Starter served and first discussion topic


Main served and second discussion topic


Dessert served and third discussion topic


Summary of discussions and key takeaways - Networking to continue


Event close


The Ivy Market Grill
1a Henrietta St, London WC2E 8PS



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