If there’s one thing we love to do at Information Builders, it’s connect with our customers face-to-face and hear all about the amazing wins along their data and analytics journeys. In just a few short weeks, we’ll be making our way up to Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada, for our 2019 Symposium: Digital Transformation of the Public Ecosystem.
Every year, our symposiums provide a collaborative space where attendees can explore the future of data and analytics and celebrate industry successes. While we look forward to this event, we’re especially excited to broaden our community focus this year and welcome professionals in healthcare, law enforcement, education, and public services – sectors that are united around the core value of improving people’s lives, whether that means patients, citizens, students, or employees. The event is complimentary for anyone working in those verticals.
On October 23 and 24, we will explore information management as the driver of digital transformation across this ecosystem and how organizations can capitalize on new opportunities in the connected world.
On October 23 and 24, we will explore information management as the driver of digital transformation across this ecosystem and how organizations can capitalize on new opportunities in the connected world. Leveraging our expansive Canadian presence, we will hear real-world case studies that exemplify how our solutions have helped customers and partners succeed. It also gives attendees a chance to collaborate as a group to address the various challenges they face in their industries.
The Symposium’s agenda reflects this wide array of partner participants and encourages collaboration and learning across all sectors through various presentations, thought leadership sessions, and plenty of networking opportunities. We’re especially excited to welcome retired Regional Fire Chief Darby Allen of Fort McMurray Fire Service, and The Honourable Mr. Justice Michael Tulloch of the Ontario Court of Appeal, to kick off each day with impactful keynotes.
In addition, attendees will have the opportunity to work with a handful of tremendously successful partners at this year’s event, including:
- City of Burlington
- Conestoga College
- City of Brampton
- Guelph General
- Huron Pert
- Queensway Carleton Hospital
- York Regional Police
We look forward to digging into the current state of affairs in the public ecosystem and discussing how organizations across sectors within that ecosystem can all leverage information management to continue and further enable their success. More importantly, we look forward to seeing our wonderful partners and sharing two action-packed days full of fun and unlimited potential for innovation.