Reliance Infosystems has converged digital experts for a one-day seminar under the theme: “Digital leadership in a new reality’’ at Gaborone International Convention Centre (GICC) in Gaborone on Thursday, 11 August 2022, to unpack and interrogate the digital era dynamics in the workplace.
With operations in 4 countries in Africa and others in UAE, Pakistan, Canada, and the UK, the company fit extensively prevalent to the country’s ambitions as a knowledge-based economy. Reliance Infosystems is a Microsoft-managed gold partner with multiple accolades for its outstanding technology services. Thus, the symposium comes when the economy works towards achieving innovation, research and development capability, knowledge channels and development activities, as highlighted in the National Transformation Strategy for Vision 2036.
In her remarks about the inaugural digital symposium, the Country Manager of Reliance Infosystems, Thuto Molapo, said, “together with our partners: Microsoft and Sophos, we find it important to bring stakeholders in Information Communication Technology (ICT) in one house for an intimate session in which we will evangelise digital transformation. We believe that Botswana can transform into a digital-savvy economy; our digital reach of 44 countries, over 150 certified professionals and over 3200 customers strive towards a common purpose. We have further lined up experts’ speakers and moderators to benchmark and implement each delegate’s deliverables.”
Among the key objectives of the event is to motivate the stakeholders to be Inspired by leading speakers in business transformation who will be discussing digital innovation, giving attending delegates actionable new ideas to benchmark and implement. The symposium will further challenge how digital technologies can create resilient business models in the post-COVID-19 era and transform the business with a ‘thought leadership’ focus through sharing and highlighting actual business use cases and success stories. From the engagements, stakeholders and delegates can yield business growth through networking with industry leaders on how to expand businesses using technology.The session will see distinguished speakers such as Pieter Nel – SADC Regional Head Sophos, Godfrey Mathumo -IT Infrastructure and Operations Manager at Botswana Power Corporation headline the interactions in digital transformation parleys. The discussions will be led by moderator and radio hostess Kedi Molosiwa.