Robotics, A.I. and Next Generation of ICT Sourcing Highlighted at New Toronto Conference: Mark Your Calendar for this CATA partnered event (March 2, 2017)
The rush among corporations to adopt artificial intelligence and robotics is being done without proper consideration of risk, according to organizers of a new conference called ‘Sourcing Decisions 2017’ which will premiere in Toronto, Ontario Canada on March 2, 2017.
The conference will feature a series of panel discussions and presentations from some of the leading minds in North American enterprise ICT procurement, sourcing and vendor management – and chief among the topics will be an examination of the real impact of robotics and automation. “Our goal is to help decision-makers become smarter about how to use these tools to increase efficiency and dramatically reduce the cost of operations, while minimizing exponential levels of risk,” says Kirk Laughlin, content director of Sourcing Decisions 2017, who is also managing director of U.S.-based business media group, Nearshore Americas.
The conference will also feature discussions on the following topics:
Sourcing Decisions 2017 is designed to meet U.S. and Canadian enterprise business, IT and finance leaders where they are today – wrestling with complex issues and varied pressures to align resources so their enterprises can thrive. In acknowledging the outdated nature of traditional ‘outsourcing’, the conference will spearhead a ‘next-generation’ dialogue on global sourcing by more sharply defining how global IT, business-process and country partners can assist in achieving better outcomes for customers and investors. We also begin 2017 with a new president and a new agenda in the United States, disrupting a series of cornerstone assumptions around the stability of trade and economics between the U.S. and Canada. We will look at how this will manifest across the global services industry.
Finally, our conference looks to highlight the momentum of the Greater Toronto Area in achieving global recognition as a technology hub, and how it is positioned to strengthen technology-related partnership development in Latin America and the Caribbean.
For more information and to register for Sourcing Decisions 2017 visit: www.sourcingdecisions.com
Sponsorship information can be obtained by reaching Kirk Laughlin at Kirk@nextcoastmedia.com
General information can be obtained by reaching Nichole Bernard at email@example.com.