Day1: Tuesday, October 23
9:00 - 13:00
13:10 - 13:45
Bear Grylls is known worldwide as one of the most-recognized faces of survival and outdoor adventure. He was the star in seven seasons of the Discovery Channel’s Emmy Award-nominated “Man vs. Wild” TV series, which became one of the most-watched shows on the planet, reaching an estimated 1.2 billion viewers.
13:45 - 14:15
Session focuses on articulating the Navigate your next philosophy and detailing examples of how Infosys is living this vision as well as enabling top clients to do so too.
14:15 - 14:30
14:30 - 15:30
15:30 - 15:50
The ingredient for 21st century business success
15:50 - 16:20
Navigating the Digital Disruption
19:30 - 23:00
Day2: Wednesday, October 24
6:30 - 8:00
8:00 - 8:30
8:30 - 9:00
9:00 - 9:15
9:15 - 9:45
Workforce Transformation: Panel session to showcase Infosys contribution to building the next generation of talent & localisation effort
9:45 - 10:00
10:00 - 11:15
12:45 - 13:45
13:45 - 14:00
14:00 - 14:30
Dietmar Sorgatz, Global Vice President, Global Business Development & Ecosystem, Office of the CEO, SAP
14:30 - 14:45
14:45 - 15:30
External Celebrity Keynote
Venue: Main Ballroom
Martina Hingis, Former World No. 1 Tennis Player - Swiss professional tennis player who became the youngest person in the “open” era to win a Grand Slam singles title and the youngest to be ranked world number one. Martina will share the story of her phenomenal tennis career in which she won 25 Grand Slam titles.
15:30 - 15:40
Infosys Confluence hosted some of the most compelling visionaries, industry thought leaders, and innovators of our times. They brought to play ideas, thoughts, insights, and concepts that helped enable businesses move beyond the contours of the ordinary and help you navigate your next towards exciting possibilities.2018 Speakers
While there were riveting discussions & debates through the day, delegates had a chance to unwind and explore Rome on the back of a Vespa, a Fiat 500 or the open top bus.Know more
With a commanding view of Rome, the Rome Cavalieri, A Waldorf Astoria Resort, will exceed your expectations time and again. Michelin-star dining, a luxury Spa, 15 acres of private-park, and state-of-the-art meeting and event facilities make it a one-of-a-kind luxury city resort when experiencing the Eternal City. Get more information at www.romecavalieri.com
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Should you have any queries regarding Confluence 2018, we'll be happy to help. Please email the Confluence team at InfosysConfluence@infosys.com
Yes, you will receive a confirmation email once you successfully complete your registration
Registrations will open at 9am on Tuesday, Oct 23rd
The dress code for the conference is business casuals. For the gala dinner, it is recommended that you wear smart casuals
Attendees will have to bear the cost of their accommodation. However, Infosys has negotiated a special discounted rate of Euro 190 + taxes for attendees of this event for the night of Oct 23rd and other room nights at a discounted rate of Euro 290 + taxes. This is for a limited number of rooms and is available on a first-come-first-serve basis at the Rome Cavalieri. We will provide you with breakfast, lunch, evening meals, and tea / coffee during breaks on conferencing days. All personal incidentals such as laundry, mini bar, and phone calls from the room, will be charged to the attendee directly by the hotel during check-out.
The conference is an exclusive invitation-only event. There is no attendance fee for the delegates.
The conference language is English. All sessions and communications will be in English.
No, the business sessions are exclusively for invited delegates. There is a dedicated program planned for the spouses.
To make a booking at the Rome Cavalieri, please use the 'Book Hotel Now' link that will display upon completion of your conference registration. Please note, Infosys has negotiated a special discounted rate of Euro 190 + taxes for attendees of this event for the night of Oct 23rd and other room nights at a discounted rate of Euro 290 + taxes. This is for a limited number of rooms and is available on a first-come-first-serve basis at the Rome Cavalieri.
Yes, attendees can stay at any hotel of their choice. However, with the conference being hosted at the Rome Cavalieri, the opportunities to network are numerous. It would be judicious for you to book your accommodation at the same hotel
You may choose to extend your stay at the hotel by making a personal booking. The discounted rates will be applicable for 3 days before and 3 days after the conference for Confluence attendees through the Passkey link (based on availability). If availability at the group hotel through Passkey no longer exists please email InfosysConfluence@infosys.com with the subject line 'Confluence pre/post booking request' for assistance.
The hotel standard check-in time is 15:00 and the check-out time is 12:00
Should you have any queries regarding Infosys Confluence 2018, we'll be happy to help. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Digitizing Customer Journeys: Stories from the Front
A highlight on what some leaders are doing to build new customer experiences – working their way through complete reinvention of customer journeys and supporting processes.
Where is Automation Taking your Enterprise?
Automation technologies are taking over tasks from human workers and creating new value for businesses by doing tasks – dirty, dull and dangerous - that human workers could never do. And look what these businesses have to show for it.
Innovation Bottom Up
This digital culture demands more speed and experimentation from us all. And yet, building a digital culture does not mean destroying the skills and values that have sustained the company. Rather, it is about renewing that heritage with new ways of thinking and working. How does that really work? Let's ask the leaders who've done it.
Building the Data-first Culture for Transformation
As organizations embark on massive changes, getting better data is key to eliminating the unknowns of digital transformation. But, what does it take to develop a data-first culture to support the change?
Letting AI Expand your Powers of Prediction
Enterprises, for some time now, have been leveraging AI to handle traditional prediction problems such as inventory management and customer churn. Now, they are starting to use these prediction to solve problems that we haven’t historically thought of as prediction problems (like predicting hurdles on the road for autonomous vehicles or demand for highly perishable packaged food). Let’s ask them how.
Design Thinking - Why Fast Beats Perfect
Gaining sufficient change velocity requires dramatically speeding up work metabolism. Waiting for enough analysis or the perfect product only gives legacy processes more opportunities to kick in and take over. The minimum viable product (MVP) approach allows for accelerated market entry of innovations while preventing expensive and protracted product development. Ask these design thinkers for whom this is business as usual.
BPM Redux – Reshaping with Digital
Digital transformation with deep domain, process and latest technology can create robust and innovative solutions to provide the ultimate customer experience.
How can the next generation BPM get amplified in this new era of digital revolution? Let’s hear it straight from the very best in the business.
Taking a Cloud-native Approach
They found the intelligence to spot and seize opportunities fast, create differentiated experiences on demand, deliver it across channels and do it all with dramatically improved economics. They transformed with the cloud. Find out just how.
You Can’t Do This Alone
There was clear recognition today that few of us can do it alone. Partnerships have become commonplace: Toyota collaborates with Amazon’s Alexa. Amazon’s Alexa partners with electric vehicle company Byton, Panasonic and consumer electronics manufacturer Anker. More of these ecosystems are being created, and more leaders are gaining from innovation and idea partnerships. Ask the panelists how it has worked for them.