digitalNow program highlights
MAY 7 -9 IN THE GREAT CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS
digitalNow 2018 is in
AI Lead, Accenture/Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, HyperGiant
Founder & CEO, Spark Cognition
Executive Director of Commercialization at the Dell Medical School
Executive Director, Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA)
VP of Expert and Delivery Services for IBM Watson and Cloud Platform
Researcher and Author, The Digital Transformation Playbook.
Author, Entrepreneur, Innovator, Apple R&D, IBM Master Inventor
One of its kind - only at digitalNow
Discover the major reasons why digital transformation fails and
learn to avoid the pitfalls in your association with solid, actionable tools and strategies.
Digital Transformation Research Lead
Deloitte Center for Integrated Research
Founder and CEO
Senior Executive Consultant
President & CEO, Project Management Institute
the hottest technologies you’ve never seen
IBM Open Badge & Microlearning....
proven pathways to professional and industry credentials and certifications
Hear from publishing pioneers and association leaders
Where does your association stand on the path to Digital Transformation?
Hear case studies. Use our assessment tool.
Has your board asked you about blockchain yet?
Get straight answers and understand its value in digital transformation from one the pioneers in FinTech.
Using AI and innovative models to capture a larger share of the market
Digital Publishing & Learning Renaissance
Integrating machines, learning, data, and AI
Goodbye Seat Time:
Hello competency-based education and digital credentials
The Future-Ready Association:
Using hard trends to find breakthrough opportunities and much more.
the #1 tech city in the world where Capital Factory
is attracting the most progressive new tech companies
and the brightest young minds in the industry.
what sets digitalNow apart?
- No trade show
- Exclusively open to C-Level association leaders
- Unforgettable experience in Austin, TX - the #1 Tech City in the world
Our mission is to foster deep provocative conversations among association leaders. Therefore, attendance is limited.