For the second year running, students of MSc Management Consulting at the Grenoble Graduate School of Business invite you to their conference on mobile technology.
Is your company ready to make full use of mobile technology? Have you considered ways in which your business processes might be made more efficient by providing real time information where it’s needed most? Do you understand the technology solutions that are available in the market?
To help you find answers to these questions, the students of MSc Management Consulting at the Grenoble Graduate School of Business are organising the Second GGSB Annual Mobility Conference on 23 February 2012 (17:45 – 20:45).
Organised in partnership with PMI France-Sud-Chapter and the American Chamber of Commerce, Rhône-Alpes, this year’s topic is Optimising the Supply Chain through Mobile Technology.
The 20 Management Consulting students from 11 nationalities have invited two prominent domain experts – Nigel Deighton (wireless industry advisor and former VP at Gartner) and Pat Brans (Affiliated Professor at Grenoble Ecole de Management, author and columnist on mobile technology for the enterprise.
The speakers will share with the audience how the right mobile solution can increase visibility all the way down the supply chain, decrease delivery time, optimise costs and enhance customer satisfaction. They will also talk about the trends in evolution of hardware and software, how companies have been leveraging the rapid development, and what the future holds. Click here to watch Pat Brans speak about the trends in enterprise mobility in an interview with MSc in Management Consulting student Sukanta Paul.
The presentations will be followed by a student-moderated panel discussion on the subject; experts will answer questions from audience and representatives of companies.
The conference will be followed by a networking cocktail with industry players, management consultants, GEM alumni and current students. Entry is by invitation.
Click here for further details and registration.