HFS Digital Roundtables are facilitated topic-based learning events exclusively for enterprise buyer senior executives. These meetings will research new ideas and technologies, test theories and discuss how you can move your key projects forward.
These digital meetings are an opportunity to collectively debate critical issues in an open but confidential environment, directly from the comfort of your own office or home.
Upcoming Digital Roundtables*these events are exclusively for senior enterprise buyer executives only
hosted by Phil Fersht with guests
HFS Lead AnalystTom ReunerSenior Vice President, IT Services
With guests from WiproNagendra Bandaru, President - Digital Operations and Platforms, Cloud and Infrastructure Services Units
Transformed businesses will deliver faster, cheaper, smarter, and more competitively than they ever could have dreamed as we emerge from the pandemic economy.2021 will see the emergence of a business environment where data dominates business strategy and automation becomes a native competency, ensuring processes run effectively in the cloud to achieve business outcomes that drive growth. AI will emerge as an orchestration capability across these fluid processes as effective digital businesses deliver their products and services much faster, cheaper, and more competitively than they could ever have dreamed of pre-pandemic.
To truly develop a cloud native organization, IT and business needs to come together far more closely than years past. Thus, this HFS event is for both Business & IT, and we welcome executives like CFOs as well as those leading IT and digital operations.But the most important element is learning to operate in a native cloud model.... so join us to engage in a terrific roundtable discussion
HFS Lead Analysts:Reetika Fleming, VP of ResearchNigel Edwards, Chief Client Officer
Join Senior Enterprise Executives
We’ve jostled with the idea of “straight‐through processing” for many years now, and yet are still making piecemeal progress across insurance processes and functions. Whether your strategic initiatives revolve around new product innovation, underwriting and portfolio risk optimization, claims, or customer experience improvement, the accessibility, quality, and usability of data is at the heart of digitization. Adopting “digital” really does mean modernizing and creating a foundation for data‐driven insurance. Join senior executives for an open discussion about:• Data as your strategy – how far away are we?• How do we make data-driven operations pervasive across our enterprise?• Enterprise best practices on the road to the OneOffice