T-Systems Hungary Symposium 2015

Budapest Congress Center, 1124, Budapest, Jagelló Street 1-3.
25. November 2015, 08:00 – 21:00

For the fifth time on 25 November 2015 T-Systems Hungary holds its whole-day, invitation-only professional conference, the Symposium. The event, set to showcase the company’s overall knowledge of the ICT industry as well as its state-of-the-art infocommunications capabilites, will now be centred around technology itself. With the help of our presenters, on this occasion we will study how we can actually shape the future, be this the future of our own industry, market or community.

It has quickly become a cliché that the infocommunication technology is fast changing. In order for a company to benefit and not suffer these changes, every executive must strive for knowing how they would be able to shape the surrounding world using this technology. Our goal with the presentations of this year’s Symposium will be to demonstrate how large companies or public institutions can offer high-quality services to their customers via the application of innovative technologies, conscious business planning and openness to digitalization.

In addition to government decision-makers, the morning plenary session of the Symposium will also include presentations by the executives of T-Systems Hungary, Magyar Telekom and Deutsche Telekom. This year, through internationally renowned speakers we will dedicate significant attention to presenting the latest information related to the most important infocommunication trends and – by way of spectacular presentations – the disruptive industrial phenomena impacting our common future.

Beyond the technological aspects, the afternoon thematic breakout sessions will also cover industrial and international dimensions. Partly along the unique European portfolio and competences of T-Systems Hungary, in 2015 our main goal is to provide insights into key topics, so the thematic business breakout sessions will address the future opportunities of transport, financial institutions, public administration and healthcare, whereas the technological sessions will discuss issues related to the latest developments of digital cities, cloud-based solutions or supervisory and IT security fields.