With Malta’s efforts to digitise the economy ramping up, a knowledge-sharing event is being held to allow businesses curious about the potential offered by technology to their sectors to learn from those who have already taken the plunge.
FLOW 22, organised by 4Sight Group, which offers digital transformation consultation and services, will take place on 16th June 2022, in collaboration with the Malta Chamber of SMEs.
The event will feature several entrepreneurs and senior business leaders who will be sharing their experiences of digital transformation. The two latest additions to the line-up include Chris Busuttil Delbridge, CEO at Evolve Limited, which supplies medical and scientific equipment, and Pawlu Borg Bonaci, managing director at Elia Caterers.
They will join the likes of David Schranz, CEO of Dakar Software, one of Malta’s leaders in digital cloud-based payroll solutions, and Malta Chamber of SMEs CEO Abigail Mamo in discussing real-life case studies of digital transformation within their own organisations.
Isabelle Mamo, director at 4Sight Group, said, “FLOW 22 is being designed specifically so delegates can hear directly from businesses that have, or are, undergoing a digital transformation. This will give them first-hand insights into what needs to be done to obtain the maximum benefit.”
She continued: “Across six different sessions, we’ll be tackling how technology can transform functions from HR and payroll to accounting and payment collection, sales and marketing, business intelligence, inventory and manufacturing. Any business, regardless of the sector they operate in, will benefit from attending FLOW 22 by gaining a better insight of what digital transformation means and how it can improve operational and financial performance.”
More information on FLOW 22 is available here. Entry to the event is free but subject to pre-registration.
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