This course is designed to build your skills and help you drive the transformation of your partner business focussed on digital transformation in key industries
As medical technology advances and pressure on health systems continues, more and more we look to the use of digital technologies to support the health of Australians into the future. In this session, Dr Simon Kos and Dr Nic Woods will discuss industry insights into some of these healthcare trends and how technology is changing the face of healthcare delivery. Charles Cornish, CEO of DoesMe will share partner perspectives and the opportunity for innovation in health.
Digitally savvy customers now demand that retailers and brands engage with them on their own terms. The retail sector globally is scrambling to adjust to what is current, pertinent and efficient in delivering the products and services consumers want. Marcella Larsen, Microsoft's Industry Solutions Executive for Retail in Australia, Joe Di Carlo, Digital Advisor from Microsoft Services, Darren Younger from Lakeba, and Matt Minor from Blackmores, will share insights on the digital tools available to engage customers. They will explain how artificial intelligence and machine learning are redefining the way consumers and employees interact with technology, and how brands such as Woolworths and Blackmores use technology to support their customer missions.
The banking sector is one of Australia's largest, with total market capitalisation of more than $400 billion and nearly 500,000 employees, highly concentrated in the top four banks. However, this sector is still at the beginning of its digital transformation. Kai Lenz, Industry Lead, Financial Services Industry (FSI), Microsoft Australia, and Steven Davis, Head of Cloud Software at VectorRisk, will share why banks are forming deep relationships with Microsoft to achieve their digital and cloud transformations and create deeper customer relationships. Steven will explain the great business benefits of adopting an agile cloud-driven service. They will also discuss how Microsoft's large Financial Services team aligns with the goals of partners to help develop our joint businesses.
The education sector is one of Australia's largest, with nearly 500,000 school employees, 4 million vocational students and nine universities that turn over more than $1 billion a year. It is also Australia's third-largest export, but it is still at the beginning of its digital transformation. Microsoft's Joseph Alvarez, Education Enterprise Channel Manager, and Ray Fleming, Education Industry Solutions Executive, explain why educational institutions are forming deep relationships with Microsoft to achieve their digital transformations and deeper customer relationships. They will also discuss how Microsoft's large education team aligns with the goals of its partners to help develop our joint businesses.
Governments are under increasing pressure, whether local, state or federal, to provide an online, interactive and highly adaptive experience. As governments rush to meet their transformation agendas, they are looking to partners and ISVs to help them achieve these goals. Whether the goal is to improve the efficiency of government, drive greater participation with citizens, improve the quality of service delivery, enhance transparency of government operations, or better protect citizens, Microsoft
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