Driving Growth with AI, Automation and Data: Digital Transformation Unplugged

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Join industry experts on March 26, 2024, at the Trident Park Conference Hall for an enlightening discussion successfully navigating the complexities of digital transformation.

Digital transformation is not a mere buzzword or contemporary fad. It is the key to revitalising your business and achieving faster, more efficient and more targeted growth. It’s about bringing technology into the core of your business processes, customer interactions and overall business strategies to increase the contribution and impact of your most valuable asset: your people.

In a rapidly evolving and uncertain business landscape, the adoption of digital capabilities represents a key opportunity for growth. The companies that have embarked on digitalisation have pulled ahead of their competition. However, many others are reluctant or feel uncertain about how to adopt and take advantage of technological innovation in fields like artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, robotic process automation and customer centric platforms. Many fear they will be left behind, lacking the knowledge and skills necessary.

To address the complexities of navigating digital transformation, we (iMovo) are organising Digital Transformation Unplugged: Driving growth with AI, Automation and Data on Tuesday, March 26, at the Trident Park Conference Hall.

Attendees will have the opportunity to network with peers and industry experts including Charles Radclyffe, Ian Maggi, Edward Midolo, Mark Galea, Susan Weenink Camilleri and Kelvin Camenzuli.

Charles Radclyffe:

Radclyffe, a seasoned serial entrepreneur, dedicates his career to tackling complex technology challenges for global giants. A self-proclaimed ‘geek’, he possesses a sharp eye for tech’s unintended consequences due to overlooking stakeholder needs. With three successful tech ventures under his belt, Radclyffe actively mentors budding entrepreneurs. His impressive background includes leadership roles at prestigious institutions like Deutsche Bank Labs and Fidelity International. As a Forbes writer and University of Bristol Fellow, he co-founded EthicsGrade, an ESG Ratings agency simplifying corporate responsibility assessments. Radclyffe’s innovative approach with EthicsAnswer streamlines ESG surveys for overwhelmed Chief Sustainability Officers using cutting-edge technology. A sought-after speaker on tech ethics and emerging technologies, Radclyffe holds a Cambridge MA and enjoys golf, motorsport, sci-fi and history.

Ian Maggi:

Maggi is Senior Vice-President for Innovation and Technology at Malta International Airport plc. He holds degrees in physics and business with years of work experience, occupying various posts in process engineering, strategic planning and management. He currently focuses on business innovation including the development of new products and management systems.

Edward Midolo:

With 20 years of experience working within global organisations, Midolo has accumulated a pool of technical knowledge in various areas and industries. Midolo’s technical background varies from telecoms to gaming, together with leadership skills from leading teams as large as over 50 people. Working in a remote environment, he has a wealth of experience leading teams all over the world. Midolo worked with reputable organisations such as CCBill, Gamesys Network Limited and GO plc in infrastructure, management and design, systems engineering, tech and IT strategies, tech organisational structure development and team development and mentoring.

Mark Galea:

Galea, as Managing Director at VCMS, brings over 21 years of expertise in financial management and leading transformative restructuring projects within Vacation Club finance and operations. Renowned for his commitment to excellence, he combines coaching, leadership and financial acumen to deliver pragmatic solutions. Galea advocates for a holistic approach to organizational excellence, integrating effective financial controls with broader information systems across the entire value chain. Recognized for his hands-on problem-solving, he serves as a reliable reference point across all business sectors. Galea passionately pursues objectives, embracing process innovation in daily operations to drive continuous improvement.

Susan Weenink Camilleri:

Weenink Camilleri began her career at Farsons Group in 1982 as an accounts clerk, gaining comprehensive experience across all brewery operations with a focus on management accounting and sales forecasting. Transitioning to the marketing department in 1991, she progressed from Market Research Officer to brand management, overseeing marketing plans for various brands. By 2010, she was appointed Head of Marketing and Communications, later becoming Head of Sales and Marketing in 2019 after a team restructuring. Weenink Camilleri, originally a finance student, has actively participated in international beverage industry conferences, particularly in marketing. She played a key role in the company’s shift to digital marketing, emphasizing social media. With over 40 years in the industry, she has collaborated with global brands such as Pepsico, Carlsberg International, and Britvic, showcasing her extensive expertise and leadership.

Kelvin Camenzuli:

An experienced leader with over 20 years of experience in digital operations and strategy, Camenzuli has led successful digital transformation strategies in both telecoms and fintech industries with companies across various countries. In his most recent role, Camenzuli is tasked with leading the transformation of GO into a fully digital organization, where he oversaw significant company-wide process and IT system overhauls as well as the successful rollout of GO’s 5G network. Additionally, he is a member of the board of Cablenet, a leading telecommunications services provider in Cyprus and part of the GO Group. Prior to this, he was the Chief Technical Officer at Medirect Bank, where he was responsible for transforming its technology function and IT governance to meet the stringent requirements of direct ECB supervision.

Join us on March 26 to learn about key areas such as digital transformation, innovation, artificial intelligence, strategy and the automation of traditional business processes. For more information and the full agenda, please visit: https:/ /imovo. com/events/digital-transformation-unplugged-march26/

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