Technology as a Growth Driver
TIMINGS: 10:00-11:00am ET / 3:00-4:00pm BST / 4:00-5:00pm CET
FORMAT: Online case studies and roundtable discussion [Partner Content]
HOST: Jennifer Schivas (Managing Director, 67 Bricks)
CASE STUDIES: Emma Vodden (Director of Publishing, The British Editorial Society of Bone & Joint Surgery) and Andy Noble (Chief Data Officer, The IWSR)
Traditionally, technology has been considered a service to the business and therefore categorized purely as a “cost” to many information companies. However, in the evolving digital landscape the right technology decisions can drive growth, revenue and company value. In this webinar, 67 Bricks will share their experiences of transforming technology into a driver for growth, specifically:
- Building control, flexibility and agility into your technology decisions to provide a springboard for new revenue streams
- Using technology to increase the value of your existing products, data and content
- Adopting a product mindset to promote growth in your business
- Using technology to drive efficiency and reduce the cost of doing business
- Aligning your technology decisions with business goals and customer needs to drive innovation in the right direction
- Increasing the value and potential saleability of your company through technology
This free-to-attend webinar is suitable for a range of organisational types, from membership organisations looking to compete within a challenging marketplace, to commercial operations looking specifically to scale and drive their business valuations. It will include first-hand experience of delivering strategic technology change from Bone & Joint and IWSR – and case studies from a number of companies driving growth through technology.
67 Bricks are a technology consultancy and full service product development team. They architect and build digital products that help clients survive and thrive in the data-driven world. They’ve been working in the information industry for over 15 years, and have a roster of clients that includes specialized publishers delivering essential insights to their communities, scholarly publishers dealing with huge amounts of complex data, and business intelligence companies providing critical insights to global decision-makers.