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In a Digital Transformation Study conducted by Microsoft Asia, business leaders are said to be just starting to embrace disruptions as Asia ushers in the 4th Industrial Revolution. The study shows that 86 percent of Filipino executives “believe that they need to transform to a digital business to enable future growth, and that new data insights can lead to new revenue streams for their organizations.” Nonetheless, the study also shows that there are still barriers standing in the way of digital transformation.

The Digital Disruption Forum will convene business leaders, digital pundits, and policymakers to discuss the challenges and opportunities that the 4th Industrial Revolution will bring to Philippine businesses, from MSMEs to conglomerates, and chart a common strategy and action agenda in coping with the digital disruption and accelerating digital transformation.

5 Abr 2018

07:30 - 15:30

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New World Makati Hotel
Esperanza Street corner Makati Avenue, Ayala Center, Makati, 1228 Metro Manila, Philippines
Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines

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Agenda

  • PLENARY SESSION
    07:30 - 08:30Registration
    08:30 - 08:35Welcome Remarks
    08:35 - 08:45Message from the EU Delegation
    08:45 - 08:50Introduction of Keynote Speakers
    08:50 - 10:00Session 1: Global and Local Digital Landscape
    This session will tackle how technology is transforming businesses and how leaders and organizations can respond. Specifically, it will also discuss the Philippines’ overall direction in promoting digital innovation towards achieving a world-class digital economy, as DICT through the Philippine Digital Strategy (PDS) envisions the Philippines as “a digitally empowered, innovative, globally competitive and prosperous society where everyone has reliable, affordable and secure information access in the Philippines.”
    10:00 - 11:10Session 2: Competitiveness: How the PH fares in the ASEAN
    DICT unveiled in March 2017 the national broadband plan aiming for faster and cheaper internet, which proposes for the establishment of the Philippine Integrated Infostructure. This session will discuss the mechanisms in which Philippines can make a double leap in value-added technology to be at par with neighboring ASEAN countries.
    11:10 - 12:15Session 3: Digital Transformation Across Sectors (Financial Services)
    In the Philippines, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has put in place both its e-money and IT Risk framework to enable an environment of fintech innovation and support. This session will focus on how financial institutions are embracing the digital revolution, and how innovations have effectively transformed banking and customer experience.
    12:15 - 13:15Lunch Break
    13:15 - 14:00Digital Transformation Across Sectors (Labor / Manpower Services)
    Artificial intelligence is poised to disrupt the workplace. What will the company of the future look like—and how will industries keep up? According to the Department of Trade and Industry, AI has presented itself more than just as a new technology, but as a threat to the current employees servicing the service export industry and the BPO, including the contact centers.
    14:00 - 15:00Breakout Sessions
    15:00 - 15:15Synthesis of Breakout Session Highlights
    15:15 - 15:30Closing Keynote
    BREAKOUT SESSION
    14:00 - 15:00E-health
    The European Commission defines E-health as “the use of modern information and communication technologies to meet needs of citizens, patients, healthcare professionals, healthcare providers, as well as policy makers.” This breakout session will tackle on how technological advancements are increasingly playing a major role in the healthcare industry.
    BREAKOUT SESSION
    14:00 - 15:00Digital Factory and Smart Logistics
    This focus group discussion will highlight how digital transformation is revolutionizing the manufacturing, automotive and logistics industries through the utilization of current trends for production technologies and automation.

Conferenciantes

  • Guenter Taus (President, ECCP)

    Guenter Taus

    President, ECCP

  • H.E. Franz Jessen (Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Delegation of the European Union to the Philippines)

    H.E. Franz Jessen

    Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Delegation of the European Union to the Philippines

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  • Florian Gottein (Executive Director, ECCP)

    Florian Gottein

    Executive Director, ECCP

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  • Hon. Eliseo Rio Jr. (OIC - Secretary, Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT))

    Hon. Eliseo Rio Jr.

    OIC - Secretary, Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT)

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  • Hon. Nora Terrado (Undersecretary, Trade and Investments Promotion Group (TIPG), Department of Trade and Industry)

    Hon. Nora Terrado

    Undersecretary, Trade and Investments Promotion Group (TIPG), Department of Trade and Industry

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  • Atty. Adrian Lawrence (Head, Asia Pacific Technology, Media & Telecommunications Group, Baker & McKenzie International (Sydney))

    Atty. Adrian Lawrence

    Head, Asia Pacific Technology, Media & Telecommunications Group, Baker & McKenzie International (Sydney)

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  • Atty. Bienvenido Marquez III (Partner and Head, Intellectual Property Practice Group and Information, Technology & Communications Industry Group, Quisumbing Torres)

    Atty. Bienvenido Marquez III

    Partner and Head, Intellectual Property Practice Group and Information, Technology & Communications Industry Group, Quisumbing Torres

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  • Hon. Monchito Ibrahim (Undersecretary, Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT))

    Hon. Monchito Ibrahim

    Undersecretary, Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT)

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  • Birgit Hansl (Lead Economist and Program Leader for Equitable Growth, Finance and Institutions for the Philippines, World Bank)

    Birgit Hansl

    Lead Economist and Program Leader for Equitable Growth, Finance and Institutions for the Philippines, World Bank

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  • Mary Grace Mirandilla-Santos (Lead Convenor, Better Broadband Alliance)

    Mary Grace Mirandilla-Santos

    Lead Convenor, Better Broadband Alliance

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  • Atty. Roy Cecil Ibay (Vice President, Philippine Chamber of Telecommunications Operators)

    Atty. Roy Cecil Ibay

    Vice President, Philippine Chamber of Telecommunications Operators

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  • Atty. Divina Pastora Panganiban (Partner, Technology, Media and Telecommunications Industry Group, Quisumbing Torres)

    Atty. Divina Pastora Panganiban

    Partner, Technology, Media and Telecommunications Industry Group, Quisumbing Torres

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  • Chuchi Fonacier (Deputy Governor, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas)

    Chuchi Fonacier

    Deputy Governor, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

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  • Henry Rhoel Aguda (Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Technology and Operations Officer & Chief Transformation Officer, Unionbank)

    Henry Rhoel Aguda

    Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Technology and Operations Officer & Chief Transformation Officer, Unionbank

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  • Atty. Timothy Joseph Mendoza (Co-Head, Banking & Finance Practice Group and Partner, Corporate & Commercial Practice Group, Quisumbing Torres)

    Atty. Timothy Joseph Mendoza

    Co-Head, Banking & Finance Practice Group and Partner, Corporate & Commercial Practice Group, Quisumbing Torres

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  • Atty. Gavin Raftery (Asia Pacific Chair, Banking & Finance, Baker & McKenzie International (Gaikokuho Joint Enterprise))

    Atty. Gavin Raftery

    Asia Pacific Chair, Banking & Finance, Baker & McKenzie International (Gaikokuho Joint Enterprise)

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  • Philip Marvin Joven (President, Mechatronics and Robotics Society of the Philippines)

    Philip Marvin Joven

    President, Mechatronics and Robotics Society of the Philippines

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  • Dr. Nilo Bugtai (Chairman, Dept. of Manufacturing Engineering and Management (MEM), De La Salle University - Manila)

    Dr. Nilo Bugtai

    Chairman, Dept. of Manufacturing Engineering and Management (MEM), De La Salle University - Manila

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  • Charlene Chan (Executive Director for Talent Development, IT & Business Process Association Philippines (IBPAP))

    Charlene Chan

    Executive Director for Talent Development, IT & Business Process Association Philippines (IBPAP)

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  • Dr. Dan Lachica (President, Semiconductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines, Inc. (SEIPI))

    Dr. Dan Lachica

    President, Semiconductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines, Inc. (SEIPI)

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  • Atty. Kenneth Chua (Partner and Head, Employment Practice Group, Quisumbing Torres)

    Atty. Kenneth Chua

    Partner and Head, Employment Practice Group, Quisumbing Torres

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  • Raimund Klein (Executive Vice President, Digital Factory and Process Industries and Drives, Siemens)

    Raimund Klein

    Executive Vice President, Digital Factory and Process Industries and Drives, Siemens

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  • Sherwin Nones (Market Research/Investor Relations Manager, Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc.)

    Sherwin Nones

    Market Research/Investor Relations Manager, Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc.

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  • Atty. Neonette Pascual (Associate, Intellectual Property Practice Group and Information, Technology & Communications Industry Group, Quisumbing Torres)

    Atty. Neonette Pascual

    Associate, Intellectual Property Practice Group and Information, Technology & Communications Industry Group, Quisumbing Torres

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  • Dr. Raymond Francis Sarmiento (Director of the National  Telehealth Center, National  Institutes of Health, University of the Philippines Manila)

    Dr. Raymond Francis Sarmiento

    Director of the National Telehealth Center, National Institutes of Health, University of the Philippines Manila

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  • Atty. Princess Lou Ascalon (Government & Regulatory Affairs Executive, IBM Philippines and Asia Pacific Market Support)

    Atty. Princess Lou Ascalon

    Government & Regulatory Affairs Executive, IBM Philippines and Asia Pacific Market Support

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  • Atty. Maria Christina Acaban (Head, Healthcare Industry Group and  Competition Focus Group, Quisumbing Torres)

    Atty. Maria Christina Acaban

    Head, Healthcare Industry Group and Competition Focus Group, Quisumbing Torres

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  • Alvin Juban (President & Chairman, Game Developers Association of the Philippines (GDAP))

    Alvin Juban

    President & Chairman, Game Developers Association of the Philippines (GDAP)

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  • Rhandy Ryan Francis Ong (Councilor and SP Committee Chair on Science and ICT, Iligan City)

    Rhandy Ryan Francis Ong

    Councilor and SP Committee Chair on Science and ICT, Iligan City

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