Businesses and organizations in every corner of the country are coming to the same realization – it’s innovate or bust.
The cloud has become chief information officers’ primary gateway to new technologies and capabilities, and with the major public cloud providers setting up shop in Canada, the floodgates are open. Even businesses outside of the country’s major metro areas are on the path of some form of digital transformation.
Our Digital Transformation Hub will be the source for all the articles and videos featuring our award winners and speakers from the flagship event. Here, you can also find conference content from years past.
2019 Speaker Presentations
Chris Pope – VP Innovation, ServiceNow
Claudio Silvestri – Vice President and CIO, NAVCanada
Mark Saunders – CIO, Sunlife
Tony Olvet – Group VP Research, IDC
Zaynah Bhanji – Virtual & Augmented Reality Developer
Find out why our judges selected this year’s digital transformation winners. This year there were two winners in the public sector category.
The biggest cybersecurity takeaways from the Digital Transformation Conference and Awards2 years ago
APIs to the rescue for the Royal Bank of Canada2 years ago
Digital Transformation Conference 2019 – New case management system improving worker services2 years ago
Missed last year’s content? It’s okay, we got you.
Zero to hero: how Vancouver upped its digital maturity to become one of the most innovative cities in Canada3 years ago
Nominees and DX study
Lessons from BlackBerry, OpenText among highlights of 2018 Digital Transformation Awards3 years ago
Most financial institutions embracing digital transformation in theory, but not practice: OpenText3 years ago
How the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology went from a dinosaur to a digital leader in higher education3 years ago
Panels and presentations
For our award winners and event attendees, the second annual Digital Transformation Awards were just one night – Aug. 14 to be precise – but for our editorial team here at IT World Canada, it’s been a weeks-long process of poring over nominations, interviewing the people involved, and crafting the stories that we hope captures the essence of hard work and innovation. In this hub, we’ve arranged the articles and videos featuring our award winners and some of the most compelling nominees. I think you’ll find the same thing that we did. Across Canada, digital transformation is taking many different forms – from a non-profit’s efforts to help those at risk of suicide with modernized chat services, to a grocery chain’s digital lab, to a software startup’s use of artificial intelligence to identify the most lucrative sales leads, there’s no corner of the country this trend hasn’t touched. What unites the efforts are the people behind them, each looking to make a difference.
EDIITORIAL DIRECTOR, ITWC