Events and Seminars
Through specially tailored events and learning forums, we keep you and your people up to speed in the legal environment. This extra knowledge will empower you with the tools to better understand and deal with the rapidly changing and developing world of legal responsibility and legislation.
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We will occasionally list here events not run by Pinsent Masons which might be of interest to readers.
Out-Law Seminar Series - Making digital work through innovation and collaboration
Constant innovation of technology infrastructure is required to navigate the disruption that is taking place. Businesses that implement flexible, scalable technology solutions in timescales that better those of new challengers and competitors will be on the side of the disruptors. Those that do not will be disrupted.
06 May 2015 - Pinsent Masons LLP, 30 Crown Place, Earl Street, London, EC2A 4ES - Register
12 May 2015 - Pinsent Masons LLP, Third Floor, Quay 2, 139 Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, EH3 9QG - Register
13 May 2015 - Pinsent Masons LLP, 30 Crown Place, Earl Street, London, EC2A 4ES - Register
14 May 2015 - Pinsent Masons LLP, 3 Hardman Street, Manchester, M3 3AU - Register
19 May 2015 - Pinsent Masons LLP, Level 5, 123 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5EA - Register
21 May 2015 - Pinsent Masons LLP, 13 Queen's Road, Aberdeen, AB15 4YL - Register
Efficiencies achieved from cloud technologies are a starting point. But true digital enterprises require more. They require seamless 'digital identities for all' through easily accessible omni-channel solutions – for internal staff, suppliers, partner organisations and customers.
True digital enterprises also breakdown data silos and maximise the value of internally and externally held data. They create a single view of customers and, as far as possible, potential customers. They plug and play the most innovative solutions into their IT estates and avoid being saddled with a spaghetti of legacy technology.
But making digital work requires more than simply upgrading technology infrastructure. It requires data-driven decisions and collaborating with partner organisations that think and act the same. More and more organisations come to rely on data, algorithms, deep learning and artificial intelligence to deal with business issues – from fraud detection to cyber threat mitigation, from business process refinement to product development. A transformation in business strategy is therefore needed.
Ultimately though, to make digital work, the customer must be at the centre of every transformation decision. Markets are being disrupted by businesses such as Uber, Alibaba and Lending Club that use resources in new and unique ways to establish highly profitable business models that drive down cost to the customer while disabling competitors.
In the 2015 Spring Out-Law breakfast seminar series you will learn:
- how to stimulate innovation through collaboration or partnering to give customers what they want whilst not compromising effective risk management
- the risks and legal implications of relying on technology and data in decision making both now and in the future; and
- how to mitigate risks in developing an effective technology infrastructure strategy.
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