What is it about?
Technology can unlock potential but also create barriers within organisations. With core functions spread across a variety of different systems, with data stored in different formats there are challenges getting teams — and information in their systems — to talk to each other.
What does the future hold to break down the barriers technology creates within our organisation, and as an industry, and how can we take back control?
This session is sponsored by PatronBase.
What will I gain?
— A fresh perspective on how tech may be holding your organisation back
— Insight into current and future trends
— An understanding of how we can take control and make our tech work for us
Who is it for?
Those at Officer and Mid-Management level
Rob Walters | Global Software Architect | Patronbase
Rob has been writing software since he was 15, and his interest in the Arts started even earlier, splitting his time at school pretty evenly between the theatre and the computer labs.
In 2008 Rob founded a bespoke software and web development company to further his passion for development. In 2013 he took on the role of Global Software Architect for PatronBase. When a new opportunity arose, Rob was delighted to lead PatronBase in the UK, spearheading growth into North America and the Middle East.
Having worked on projects from facial recognition to biometrics, and artificial intelligence to eye tracking, Rob loves nothing more than combining his 2 greatest interests of digital innovation and the Arts, looking for innovative ways to use technology to help Arts organisations do more better.
This session is sponsored by PatronBase