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Service Week 2017 - Bridging to 'new' service technology

last modified Mar 01, 2017 01:40 PM
Cambridge Service Week 2017 will commence with the Academic Conference on 5-6 October, followed by the Industry Day Conference on Tuesday 10 October and a Partner only event on 11 October.

The theme for this year will be 'Bridging to “new” service technology'. At this event the speakers will be examining not only the technologies important for service delivery, but will be looking at what needs to be done in the short term to enable your organisation to be ready for these technologies. They will give examples of digital service strategy and will show how they create value through technology today and plan to do so in the future.

More details will be available in due course. To find the latest information on Cambridge Service Week, please visit here.

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