Digital Maturity: Optimising Platforms, Processes, People, and Purpose at Speed | Wednesday, 20th of September | Virtual
  • Digital Maturity: Optimising Platforms, Processes, People, and Purpose at Speed

  • Wednesday, 20th of September
  • 12.55pm - 2.00pm
  • Location: Virtual
  • Registration Closed

Achieving digital maturity as an organisation can be a long-term process with the results of your efforts taking months or even years to become quantifiable.  The reality of recent years however creates an urgency to up your digital game at speed and deliver value for your business quickly.  

This Digital Boardroom with a keynote from Mark Starling will discuss the immediate steps you can take to cut costs, optimise processes and tools, and improve productivity to reap the results of digital change for your business and its customers rapidly.  

We’ll be taking a look at what we consider to be the four key components of digital transformation:    

  • Purpose – Digital solutions for a better future 
  • Platforms – Digital infrastructure   
  • Processes – DevOps   
  • People – Agile leadership & teams  

Our Expert

Mark Starling, Chief Technology Officer, MMT

As Chief Technology Officer at MMT, Mark leads on multifunctional teams who deliver digital transformation projects for some of the biggest UK and global enterprises. On his journey to CTO, Mark started as a software engineer and acted in various hands-on roles across Service Delivery for many years, therefore he has a detailed understanding of the ins and outs and daily struggles of digital transformation. Mark has a real passion for delivering accessible, composable and sustainable solutions that are effective for those using them, and the businesses for whom they are built.

Event Chair: Joanna Smith, University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust

Joanna started her IT career in Pharmaceuticals delivering IT services and global programs in Europe and Asia. She subsequently took on CIO roles in healthcare, both in the NHS and Qatar, delivering large transformation programs, including the early adoption of cloud technologies. Since her return to the UK, she has been providing consulting services to life sciences and healthcare organisations and held interim CIO roles for Great Ormond Street Hospital and Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust. More recently she was interim fractional CTIO at StepChange and is currently interim fractional CIO at University Hospitals Sussex. In addition, she is Lead Digital Advisor at Lexica and a member of the Ideal Health Advisory Board.