Event Name:Enterprise Mobile Technology 2015
Date: 26 February, 2015
Registration: Click here to register
Overview: Hosted by Panasonic Toughbook & Toughpad the Enterprise Mobile Technology 2015 is a unique one day event bringing together leading executives and key decision makers, partners and suppliers from the mobile services industries.
The event is designed to provide a platform to discuss smarter technologies for a connected mobile workforce. You’ll hear from industry experts, explore new and emerging technologies and also have the opportunity to network with peers and colleagues.
From discussions about the tablet productivity revolution to connectivity in the field and transforming mobile operations, this is a must-attend event.
The day has a full itinerary planned with a number of key speakers including
- Kevin Tristram - General Manager, UK & Ireland Panasonic Computer Product Solutions
- David Rodger, Commercial Lead, Windows Business Group, Microsoft UK
- Lee Johnson - Director, Global Marketing, NetMotion
- Kris Oldland - Editor of Field Service News
With a mix of workshops, presentations and networking including a gala dinner with guest speaker Alan Hansen the day is set top be an excellent opportunity for all field service professionals and those who are responsible for the effective management of a mobile workforce.
It is in no doubt that we are currently in the middle of a perfect storm of innovation that is pushing both technology and industry beyond evolution and into revolution."Speaking about his own presentation "Field Service 2020 – how enterprise mobility will evolve in the not so distant future" ahead of the event, Field Service News Editor commented
"With terms such as the 'fourth paradigm', 'industry 4.0' and the 'golden age of information' being readily applied to the early decades of the twenty first century, it is in no doubt that we are currently in the middle of a perfect storm of innovation that is pushing both technology and industry beyond evolution and into revolution."
"Not only is this happening but it is happening faster and faster than ever before. So how will the field engineer of five years time differ from the engineer of today? This is what intend to explore in my presentation at Enterprise Mobile Technology 2015 and it will be great to hear how others at the event see the future also"
The event is being hosted at the Hilton at St George’s Park, Burton Upon Trent which is approximately 30 miles from Birmingham and trains from London St Pancras and Euston both run regular services to either Derby or Lichfield Trent Valley stations respectively which are close enough to get a taxi from.
A limited number of tickets are still available and registration ends this week.