Making IT Innovation the Epicenter of Your Growth Strategy

 Author(s): , Posted on November 4th, 2014

Better, faster, cheaper. Three words that are often spoken and always the elusive brass ring

In a world where people are demanding  a seamless user experience and a consumer oriented service catalog,   these three words are the potential dream come true, however most leaders find that they are living in a digital services nightmare.

To meet the expectations of today’s dynamic marketplace your business service strategy must evolve and as you evolve and modernize, how do you still have time to innovate?

CIOs are increasingly channelizing their efforts on placing “Customer Facing IT innovation” at the core of their growth strategy.

Join Unisys at the IT Leadership Strategies CampIT Conference  at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Rosemont, IL on November 6 2014. This one day flagship conference features talks and panel discussions with industry stalwarts who are at the helm of some of the most innovative and successful IT companies. Dan Huberty, Chief Technology Officer and VP Solutions Portfolio Management, Unisys, will present a session on “Enterprise Growth: How to Place Customer Facing IT innovation at the Center of Your Growth Strategy.”  Dan will address pressing questions of where do you start start with innovation efforts, how do you lead your team into customer facing innovation strategies, how to demand the involvement of the business and finally how to measure the ROI of your accomplishments.

Register for this event to exchange ideas with some of the best minds in the industry and gain insights into defining IT Leadership, aligning IT with business and enhancing the quality of your services to drive growth.

Learn more about how Unisys’ Applied Innovation Program can assist you in getting the most from your organization and investments.

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