TM Forum, the industry association driving digital transformation through collaboration, will hold DTW Asia in Bangkok for the first time from March 14–16 at the Centara Grand at Central World.
DTWA 2023 will demonstrate the breadth and depth of innovation across the industry and showcase solutions to transform business agility and efficiency, allowing the industry to seize new growth opportunities. As more telco businesses look to digitally transform, collaboration has never been more important within the industry and with customers.
Speaking on the Digital Transformation World Asia TM Forum, CEO Nik Willetts states, “As an industry that is constantly looking forward, we now must face the reality that we are at a crossroads. On the one hand, we as an industry continue to be the provider of networks, that connective glue on which the digital economy rests, but is that sustainable? And is that really harnessing the true value and brilliance of this industry? Because on the other pathway, we can unlock that value as we co-create value with others in growing platforms and ecosystems that can really harness the true potential of this industry to solve many challenges and itself define growth.”
Willetts continues, “The challenges to unlocking that opportunity are manyfold, and the incredible line-up of speakers and sessions at DTWA will prove essential for anyone in the telecoms industry looking to transform their business. We look forward to welcoming all attendees to the DTWA 2023.”
TM Forum’s DTWA provides a platform for open, honest knowledge sharing and real collaboration, bringing together over 1,200 attendees and over 150 communication service providers to discuss digital transformation, enjoy over 55 hours of curated content and debate the industry’s biggest issues.
With a mix of live presentations, masterclasses, on-demand content, roundtable debates and panels, DTWA attendees can customize their agendas to fit their own schedules and participate in interactive content and networking aimed at fostering learning and development.
Headline speakers at DTWA, which include more than eight visionary CEOs from leading CSPs, will address audiences during the three days of the event and share insights and guidance on innovating business and operating models, technology and partnering to provide sustainable solutions. The agenda reflects how industry collaboration can inspire change and help solve some of the industry’s greatest challenges. Headline speakers include:
Kiran Thomas, President & CEO - Jio
Anish Shah, President & COO - Jio
Hans Wijayasuriya, CEO – Telecommunications - Axiata
Vikram Sinha, CEO - Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison
Wing Lee, CEO - YTL Communications
Manjot Singh Mann, CEO - M1
Tanapong Ittisakulchai, Chief Enterprise Business Officer - AIS
Ludvig Landgren, VP, Digital Services, South East Asia, Oceania and India - Ericsson
May Ching Ng, CIO - Maxis
Jørgen Rostrup, Executive Vice President and Head - Telenor Asia
Geok Chwee Ong, CEO - Bridge Alliance
Sanjeev Rawat, Chief Digital Officer - Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison
Nine Catalyst projects will present proof-of-concept ideas that innovate to solve common industry challenges, validated by communications service providers and industry stakeholders. They will showcase projects and solutions that leverage best practices and standards to ensure scalability, reuse across multiple applications, and reduced costs and risk.
Interested in attending DTWA? CSPs, journalists and analysts can register for complimentary passes here: https://dtwa.tmforum.org/passes/
About Digital Transformation World Asia (DTWA)
DTW is where the industry comes together in a highly interactive experience with opportunities to meet and connect to explore how industry collaboration can inspire change and help solve some of the industry’s greatest challenges. The event will showcase over 55 hours of visionary and practical content with 100+ sponsors, exhibitors and Catalysts, as well as over 150 Communication Services Providers (CSPs) and 1,200 attendees from 90+ countries.
For more information about DTWA – https://dtwa.tmforum.org/
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