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Three Ways That Microsoft AI can Improve Your Business Now
- Wednesday, 6th of December
- 1pm - 2pm
- Location: Online
As one of the leading Microsoft Partners in the UK and Northern Europe, Advania will share three ways that Microsoft AI, including Microsoft 365 Copilot, can improve your business now. You will hear about the value that Advania has helped their clients to deliver and learn the steps that you can take to achieve the same for your business.
- The impact that Microsoft AI services are having for businesses
- The types of opportunities that are available to you
- What you need to do to leverage Microsoft AI for your business successfully
- How you can get started with this now or build on what you have already achieved
Our Keynote Speakers
Dan Coleby, Director of Client Technology Value
Dan is a Director of Client Technology Value for Advania, one of the UK’s leading Microsoft Cloud partners. A practical and commercially minded technology leader with a proven record of quick and effective delivery, Dan is experienced in technology strategy, implementation, and operation from both a business and consulting perspective across a wide range of industries. In his current role, Dan focuses on helping customers to realise value from their technology investments and find ways to leverage technology to drive the future of their businesses.
Steve Goodman, Field Chief Technology Officer
Steve works for Advania, one of the UK’s leading Microsoft Cloud partners as Field Chief Technology Officer, helping organizations get the best from Microsoft 365 and the wider Microsoft Cloud. As a twelve-time Microsoft MVP, Steve regularly presents at conferences, including Microsoft Ignite, and regularly publishes blogs, videos and podcasts at Practical365.com, a leading independent technology website.
Event Chair: Lee Rickles, Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust
Lee Rickles is a fellow of the BCS, FEDPI Leading Practioner, CHIME Certificated Health Chief Information Officer and an alumnus of the Digital Academy. He has three decades of transformation and programme management experience. His first decade focused on UK military aircraft projects and for the last two decades he has focused on digital transformation in the NHS. He is currently leading the Yorkshire & Humber Care Record development to provide interweave as an open platform for shared care record and population health systems. Lee is also the CIO of Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust, Senior Responsible Owner for the mental health digital transformation of Humber & North Yorkshire ICS, member of the PRSB advisory board, member of the National ICS Digital Council and vice chair of Northern, Yorkshire and Humberside Digital and informatics Forum (NYHDIF).