Digital transformation is not only an offhand buzzword anymore: it affects the everyday operation of corporate life in a cross-sectoral way from document handling and storing to invoicing, home office, and customer front-ends. From financial institutions, processing and manufacturing companies, and agriculture to telecommunication companies, every sector is forced to take steps now: those who do not digitalise will be left behind in the efficiency race, and even the public sector has a huge need for a quick spread of digital solutions.
Paperless inner processes and digital invoice management are basic management goals; still, there is a lot to do, and storing digital and paper-based data is a huge challenge. More and more companies have robots do repetitive tasks. Still, there are many areas where a well-organised automatisation or artificial intelligence could save a significant number of working hours and expenses yearly.
At our Digital Transformation conference to be held in 2022 for the first time, senior managers, state representatives and regulators, and industry advisors and experts will discuss the most important questions and solutions of a digital transition.