Webinar: The Fourth Industrial Revolution - digital change you can hardly imagine
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The world is becoming increasingly more connected, and increasingly everything is starting to become connected to everything else. It is becoming a true digital world.
Digital in business has produced a fundamental challenge, how we take all of this data, turn it into information and knowledge and through scenario planning, turning this knowledge into economic value.
Gartner predicts that 50% of the Fortune 500 will miss this transition and will cease to exist in their current state within the next five years.
Please join our presentation on the Digitisation of Business, by Matthew Smith, Global Head of Market Development for the Internet of Things at Cisco – where he will outline some of the macro challenges and some of the opportunities that can help steer your business along the road to a successful digital transition.
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Global Head of IoT Market Development, Cisco
Matthew leads a global team, driving the creation of disruptive market opportunities to develop the global market for Internet of Things. Matthew’s charter is to work with large Multi-National and Government customers to develop robust large scale opportunities that enable digitised business outcomes and positive investment returns for all parties. Matthew joined Cisco in 2000.
He has taken varied roles throughout his Cisco career, including leading Cisco’s Brand Protection initiatives throughout Asia and Europe; leading Cisco’s Business Operations for the Middle East and Africa region and, based in Riyadh, heading sales and subsequently as General Manager for Cisco’s Saudi Arabian business. Prior to his current role, Matthew was based in Bangalore as the Strategy and Operations lead for Cisco’s Globalisation office.
Prior to joining Cisco, Matthew had a variety of roles developing his managerial experience, from that of an Officer in the Royal Navy, an Inspector in the Royal Hong Kong Police to a manager in a Big Four Accounting firm. Matthew holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Business Systems and an MBA from Edinburgh University Business School, Heriot Watt.
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