Register for Schneider's Innovation Day 2020

Register for Schneider's Innovation Day 2020

Schneider Electric’s Innovation Day, which brings together the IT, data centre and built environment industries, will be held on 21 May 2020.

For the first time, the sessions will be presented virtually with a line-up of both local and international speakers. Titled ‘Innovation Day: Resilient Digital Transformation’, attendees will hear from leaders both inside Schneider and externally.

Industry trailblazers including Omar Hatamleh, Technical Integration Manager at NASA, Daniel Joe-Jimenez, AVP at IDC and Schneider’s own Pankaj Sharma, EVP of Secure Power, will share their insights, with planned keynote speeches focusing on topics such as:

  • opinions on the future of innovation and strategic transformation,
  • how to build a digitally resilient enterprise, and
  • powering and digitising data centres.

With breakout sessions tailored for IT data centre professionals, IT resellers and solution providers, as well as facility consultants and contractors, the event’s appeal is far-reaching.

Offering opportunities to learn from inspirational industry leaders and discover new and innovative approaches, the event aims to support those in the field by creating a community of collaborators.

“This year’s event is slightly different due to the restrictions in responses to COVID-19, but that comes with real opportunity. We’re hopeful we’ll be able to reach even more people connected to the world of IT and digital infrastructure,” said Joe Craparotta, VP Secure Power & Strategic Segments at Schneider.

“We’re thrilled to have speakers join us from our regional and international teams, technology alliance partners such as DELL and HPE, as well as global analysts powerhouses IDC (International Data Corporation) and Canalys.

“At Schneider, our mission is to help drive conversations about innovation and how we can work collectively to transform the industries which power us both locally and globally.

“With a range of sessions available we welcome anyone with an interest in the field to join us and hope to see attendees engage in the workshops.”

To register for free, visit:

Click here to view the event program.

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