Real-time decision – the Act-Now economy
UConnect 2017 organised by USoft is centred around the Act-Now economy: the transition, challenges and opportunities. With inspiring speakers and parallel sessions addressing 3 key topics in becoming an act-now company: Real-time decision making, SMART Privacy and Biometric Authentication. Ready yourself for the Act-Now Economy and join with fellow enthusiasts at UConnect 2017 on March 29th, 2017.
Wednesday, March 29th, 2017
Time: 10 – 17 hrs
Burgers’ Zoo in Arnhem, the Netherlands
Register today for a free entrance ticket using the UConnect website. Registration is now closed.
Roel Spans CEO of USoft “For the 3rd consecutive year, we bring business and IT together to share experiences what it takes to become an Act-Now organisation.”
Getting ready for the Act-Now Economy
You instantly feel what it’s about when we say “the Act-Now Economy”. We want information now, we want to know our options, and make decisions should be easy and with predictable outcomes. The Act-Now transition offers many opportunities and at the same time challenges organisations to find new and integral solutions. Does your organisation meet the demands of your customers in real-time? Are you able to ensure your customer’s identity? Can you guarantee secured customer data according to the new privacy legislation (GDPR)? Do you utilise the value and the possibilities that your data offers? These questions will be the centre of the event’s agenda.
To give you a heads-up, these are some keynote speakers for UConnect:
- Bart Seuntjens, Manager APOC Zaventem Brussels Airport Company. Bart will tell about the need for change to manage complexity at an airport caused by the more demanding traveller and environmental changes.
- Brigadier General Kees Matthijssen, commander of the 11 Air Mobile Brigade, will tell about real-time decision making in a military environment: the freedom to act on the lowest level.
- Dr. Roger Bons, Professor at FOM University of Applied Sciences in Aachen Germany, will provide a brief introduction on the relevance of being aware of what the effects digitisation have on business models.