T-Systems Hungary Symposium 2012

t-systems-symposium-cover-v2 T-Systems Hungary's first Symposium held on 15 November enjoyed huge popularity and attracted great interest. Held in the Budapest Congress Centre, the plenary and session programmes of the whole-day conference programme hosted more than 900 guests, but when gala dinner visitors are also added, the total number comes to nearly 1100. 65 presenters, a total of 52 presentations, plus 8 sponsor and 10 T-Systems stalls ensured that guests had plenty to see and talk about.

The morning plenary programme saw acclaimed presenters and industry decision-makers. The programme was opened by Christopher Mattheisen; this was followed by the video message of Claudia Nemat, member of the presidential board of Deutsche Telekom. Tibor Rékási and dr. László Eszes, deputy CEO, talked about the strategy in detail as well as about the cloud service designed for large corporations. Presenters included Steven Frantzen, leading vice president for research at IDC, Zsolt Szelecki from PriceWaterhouse Coopers, Gábor Bódi from Századvég Economic Research Ltd, and Antal Rogán, chairman of the Parliament's Economic and IT Committee.

In his presentation, CEO Róbert Budafoki described the strategic directions for the now unified T-Systems Hungary. In the centre of long-term corporate strategy lies the preservation of values, i.e. the retention of existing knowledge and clients, which provides the foundations of the four strategic pillars. The first pillar is to turn the company into a transformation partner; the second one is the provision of integrated and synertegic solutions; the third one is the introduction of "ICT as a service" approach, while the fourth pillar is the company's international system of relations, which means on the one hand Telekom - being the secure and reliable professional background - and T-Systems Hungary's openness and keenness to play a regional role.

In the afternoon the programme continued with session talks on nine different topics, where clients could choose from 42 presentations in which the invited and T-Systems Hungary's own speakers demonstrated the current trends in the ICT industry as well as T-Systems Hungary's own solutions. T-Systems Hungary had 10 exhibition stalls set up. During the tours of the stalls our colleagues had the opportunity to describe the interested public the company's extensive professional competences in detail.

After the session discussions, round-table talks were held with participation of decision-makers from key ICT companies (Cisco, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP and T-Systems Hungary) in front of an audience of nearly 200 interested people about the current state and trends of the sector, the business changes inherent in the dynamic development of information technologies, and the present and future of cloud services with the active involvement of the audience.
To put the icing on the cake, in the evening a popular and widely acclaimed Hungarian performer, Zseda took the stage to entertain the participants after the whole-day conference.

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