Orange Morocco is co-organising, with AOB group and Huawei, the first edition of the Digital Transformation Forum, in partnership with Finatech Group, the Association of Information Systems Users (AUSIM) and Maroc PME.
This event, which will be held in Casablanca on Tuesday, June 07, 2022, aims to bring together all the parties concerned by digitalization, namely leaders and directors of information systems in the public and private sectors, technology suppliers but also professional associations and employers’ federations. This forum also aims to become a platform for reflection and exchange between professionals in the sector.
Placed around the theme “Companies and the Digital Transition? Good Practices & New Opportunities for Success”, the forum will see the participation of several renowned speakers and experts on topics such as the cloud and data sovereignty. The plenaries will be complemented by customer testimonials who will share their experiences of digital transformation.
This first edition will experience several highlights including the signing of a memorandum of understanding between Orange Morocco and Huawei around the acceleration of the digital transition of public and private companies, or the presentation of an exclusive study by the international firm IDC, the world’s leading market intelligence provider, on digital transformation in Morocco and the MENA region.
The forum will also see the holding of two workshops which will be led by experts from Orange and Huawei. The first will share best practices for a successful transition to a Cloud architecture, and the second will exhibit Huawei’s virtual exhibition space entirely dedicated to the digital transformation of companies. A closing debate on the legal environment governing digitization in Morocco will crown this day rich in content.
Through this forum, the organizers wish to support and accelerate the disruptive dynamic that emerged during the pandemic by supporting Moroccan companies to succeed in their digital transformation.
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