User and expert exchange at the iT.CONnect symposium
T.CON specialises in SAP projects in the manufacturing industry, especially in the areas of packaging, film, plastics and paper production. The programme includes top-class keynotes, customer and expert presentations.
Project experience and SAP trends
The conference on 12 and 13 November 2019 at the Hilton Munich Airport will focus on project experience and SAP trends. Participants will put together their own programme in the Innovation Area. Participation is free of charge.
The agenda has a high practical value for visitors. IT decision-makers and experts from a wide range of industries share their knowledge with the specialist public.
Among others, the following representatives from user companies will report:
- Jörg Behnisch, head of IT, organisation & digitisation, Koehler Group
- Elena Krause, head of IT consulting, Mayer-Kuvert-network GmbH
- Julia Chick, project management HR, Brückner Group GmbH
- Michael Zaddach, CIO, Munich Airport
- Burkhard Reutzel, project manager IT, ODW-Elektrik GmbH
- Stefan Schmaus, strategic manager IT, Rapunzel Naturkost GmbH
Visitors have the chance to get first-hand knowledge in direct exchange with customers and experts and to make contacts that are worth cash. At specialist lectures and panels, they gain insights into projects and innovations. In the Innovation Area, visitors determine their own programme: T.CON experts have prepared over 20 topics for selection in 48 time slots. The topics covered include digital networking of the shop floor, financial management, intelligent technologies, digital HR, supply chain logistics, sourcing & procurement and product lifecycle management.
Enthusiastic keynotes round off the programme
- Sven Gabor Janszky is a futurologist and director of the 2b AHEAD ThinkTank in Leipzig. He deals with topics such as AI, bots, genetics and disruptive innovations that shape the future.
- Glenn Gonzalez is CTO of SAP Deutschland SE & Co. KG and an expert on digital transformation. The new business models that result from it can hardly be mapped with classic IT structures.
- Philip Keil is Germany's best-known pilot and combines his aerospace knowledge with management expertise. He says: "9 out of 10 crashes are not caused by technology or a pilot error - the team has failed.”
Together with the guests, the company is celebrating 20 years of T.CON at this year's evening event.https://www.team-con.de/unternehmen/news-veranstaltungen/veranstaltungen/itconnect.html