SBR, OutSystems to explore opportunities for firms in the digital age

Join industry experts and learn new strategies on business development.

The spread of COVID-19 is fast-tracking the digital transformation of businesses for them to reach their consumers. Firms from different industries in the region are now adapting and innovating amidst the crisis, as the world transitions to a ‘new normal’.

Companies are also looking to develop new strategies and alternatives in order to thrive despite the challenging business environment.

Together with leading low-code platform OutSystems and other industry experts, Singapore Business Review will be hosting the Accelerating Digital Innovation and Resilience During the New Normal and Beyond webinar on 19 November at 11:00 AM (SGT).

The 70-minute virtual event welcomes C-level executives, decision makers, and industry experts to share new opportunities for businesses undertaking digital transformations in the post-pandemic business environment, or the “new normal”.

This exclusive webinar aims to provide key and timely information on how businesses can develop new strategies for enterprise success, give advice on how leaders can reprioritise their application development pipeline, as well as present new alternatives to the traditional approaches to digitisation.

Confirmed presenters in the event include:

  • Leonard Tan, Country Manager, OutSystems
  • Willie Tan, Solution Architect, OutSystems
  • Deepak Mathur, Executive Director, Group Technology & Operations, United Overseas Bank
  • Keith Tan, Founder and Chief Executive, Crown Digital IO
  • Paul Howell, Managing Editor, Singapore Business Review

The event will get participants asking the right questions and exploring the full range of possibilities on how to harness technology for maximum impact in this brave new world of business.

If you are interested in attending the conference, please contact Valerie Banglig at valerie@charltonmediamail.com or at +65 3158 1386. To find out more about the event, click here. To register, click here

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