July 25 – 27, 2016


The Loews Don CeSar


St. Pete Beach, FL






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The Loews Don CeSar

Leading the Digital Enterprise Transformation

July 25 - 27, 2016

Welcome to the new era of the digital enterprise featuring a new breed of IT leaders focused on delivering measurable results to business as they take advantage of transformative emerging technologies including cloud, software-defined everything, Internet of Things, DevOps, mobility, collaboration, and customer engagement. Success comes from not only selecting the optimal technologies, but also applying the appropriate metrics to measure the value to businesses. Technologists in this era must be able to articulate how these emerging technologies drive business value, including problems they solve, the staffing and process changes they drive, the customer experiences they enable, the operating costs they require, and the revenue they can deliver.

To be successful, technology professionals require not just technical savvy, but also business, financial, technical, and communications expertise. And they need the right metrics to guide staffing, spending, and partnerships, and to measure return on investment. Backed by Nemertes' groundbreaking research, this year's Navigator360 conference will explore the trends reshaping IT, and provide leaders with the guidance they need to prosper in their emerging role as business partners.

Key technologies and topics covered at this year's conference include:

  • Emerging technologies including cloud, DevOps, software-defined services, Internet of Things, mobility, unified communications, next-generation contact centers, and collaboration
  • Developing and using the right metrics to document IT-driven business improvements
  • Leveraging analytics to determine and increase IT value
  • Engaging employees, partners, and customers inside and outside of the organization
  • Effectively managing risk and leveraging security as a business enabler
  • Adopting automation and IT as a Service to shift IT into a more agile, strategic role
  • Adapting to new ways to work, the rise of the millennial workforce  and customer-centric engagement
  • Fostering a culture that drives ideation, information, and innovation


What makes the Nemertes Navigator360 Conference Different?

This invitation-only event is designed from the ground-up for senior IT leaders. Sessions include numerous opportunities to engage with your peers and with Nemertes’ senior analysts. All participants will receive the “Key Takeaways” derived from discussions and event sessions and designed to give you actionable “next-steps” and a forward-looking view of the critical issues facing IT organizations for the next several years.

In addition, participants will have the opportunity to schedule one-on-one, complimentary meetings with Nemertes’ analysts to discuss key concerns, issues, or initiatives while receiving input and guidance from a Nemertes expert.

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A few comments from last year's conference:

"The Nemertes Navigator360 invitation promises 3 days of outstanding content and opportunities in which to network with senior-level IT execs.  It does much more than that….I was able to see firsthand the results of extensive field research whose findings was highly directed at the business problem we all face.  I saw solutions. I was able to talk at great length to practiced business and technology experts about the problems we face in a very relaxed and inviting manner.  I learned a great deal, and made new friends. The Nemertes Staff is outstanding in their ability to navigate highly technical topics, and discuss business strategy.  They were GREAT hosts!  I enjoyed the conference a great deal." Lyle Paczkowski, Technology Strategy CTO, Sprint

"It was a great conference with good information and networking opportunities!" Steve Damadeo, IT Operations Manager, Festo Corporation

"Very informative, great connections!" Janet Schoephoerster, Interpublic Group of Companies 

"Good strategic market research on IT. Good insight on Unified Communications options and approaches to implement." Tom Sivo, Chief Technology Officer, The Interpublic Group of Companies