Schneider Electric has joined a growing list of companies opting for virtual meetings and conferences as Covid-19 places restrictions on physical meetings.
In a press statement, the company said it will host its latest Innovation Day event bringing together the best in class from the Middle East and Africa (MEA) IT, data center, and built environment technology industries.
Schneider Electric said For the first time, the sessions will be presented virtually on June 10 with a lineup of both local and international speakers.
“We are thrilled to have speakers join us from our regional and international teams, technology alliance partners such as DELL and HPE, as well as global analyst powerhouses IDC (International Data Corporation) and Canalys," Edouard Heripret, General Manager East Africa at Schneider said.
“Our mission is to help drive conversations about innovation and how we can work collectively to transform the industries which power us both locally and globally.”
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Titled ‘Innovation Day: Resilient Digital Transformation’, attendees will hear from leaders inside Schneider and externally to understand How are the IT, OT, and Data Centre industries innovating for the future.
Industry trailblazers including Omar Hatamleh, Technical Integration Manager at Nasa, Daniel Joe-Jimenez, AVP at IDC and Schneider’s own Pankaj Sharma, EVP of Secure Power will share their insights, with planned keynote speeches focusing on topics such as opinions on the future of innovation and strategic transformation how to build a digitally resilient enterprise and powering and digitising data centers
“This year's event is slightly different due to the restrictions in responses to COVID-19, but that comes with real opportunity. We are hopeful we’ll be able to reach even more people connected to the world of IT and digital infrastructure,” said Edouard Heripret