Daisy is to provide cutting edge insight into how the digital revolution can transform the housing industry.
Nathan Marke, Chief Digital Officer at converged IT and communications giant Daisy Group will deliver his vision for the sector’s future at the ‘IT in Housing Conference and Exhibition’, in Manchester on December 7 2016.
Marke will share his expertise on how simple and cost-effective measures can dramatically drive up efficiencies and growth, whilst simultaneously improving security.
Speaking on the topic of ‘Supporting You to Achieve Digital Transformation’, Marke will cover:
•Enabling workforce agility and empowering people through connectivity.
•Embracing the opportunities of “always on” infrastructure whilst understanding the risks to secure resilience and preparedness.
•Looking into the connected future – how will technology transform the way housing associations deliver services.
Organised by the National Housing Federation, the two day-event, (December 6-7) at Manchester Central, is the largest, longest-running and most highly regarded IT conference in the housing sector.
It aims to inform delegates on how to futureproof their business with the latest in housing management systems, data protection and procurement.
It focuses on driving and maintaining digital transformations, and how IT leaders are able to provide impactful and practical solutions.
Marke said: “Digital transformation is now everywhere and has real resonance for every sector. Put simply, and starkly: those businesses that don’t get their digital strategy right, risk getting everything wrong. The housing sector must respond to the challenges of the digital revolution if it is to maximise the opportunities that exist. I am excited at the prospect of sharing the Daisy philosophy and road map, and look forward to hearing from the sector on where it feels it is at on its digital journey.”
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