Join us for a live panel discussion on the 24th November at 8:30 am AESDT.

    As organisations start to emerge from COVID-19, it will be important to continue on the path that has been set towards digital transformation. Organisations need to leverage the gains they’ve made, rather than go back to a legacy way of working, otherwise, they could be left behind.

    Historically, businesses that successfully emerge from economic challenges are the ones that take a pragmatic approach to strategy. They maintain staff where possible and invest in technology and innovation that improves process efficiencies and develops new market opportunities.

    Hear from our panel of speakers below, as they share their observations on how organisations have responded to the challenges of 2020 and provide insights into how to plan for a stronger 2021.

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    Craig is Chief Economist, CommSec, interpreting ‘big picture’ economic and financial trends for customers, clients and staff. Craig will provide an economic update and view into what 2021 could bring for Australian businesses.

    Sylvia has been with CommBank for over 8 years and within the banking industry for 18 years. Sylvia has an interest in building digital offerings which provide intuitive solutions for customers. She will share her observations of how Australian companies have responded to the economic crisis and what are some potential strategies that can help companies emerge stronger after this economic downturn.

    Peter is a seasoned IT leader who has many years of experience managing large and complex IT environments. He will share how he prepared PwC’s workplace technology to help employees stay connected and secure while working remotely.

    Ross has been at Datacom for over 9 years. He and his team apply their deep technological know-how to deliver a commercial return for customers. He will share his thoughts on what business leaders can focus on to achieve greater IT efficiency and improve productivity for employees.