2012 June 19th - Engaging in Next Generation Ecosystems
19/06/2012Engaging in Next Generation Ecosystems
|As broadband connectivity rapidly converges in ways that are transforming how people live, work and play, companies able to quickly meet the massive and still largely untapped demand for digital services will shape tomorrow’s market. To rapidly develop the innovative services users want and to create profitable new business models, companies are increasingly partnering – even across industry sectors - to create ‘next generation ecosystems’. The benefits span from accelerating innovation and time to market of new concepts to driving top line revenue. During this FITCE event, we will illustrate some examples and best practices of these new ways of collaboration, highlighting the rationale, learnings and benefits of the models.|
Marc Verbruggen, President FITCE.be
|18:15||A partnering model for cloud|
John Myklebust, Director Datacenter, Hosting & Cloud at Telenet
|Collaborative business models are the reality of today. Also Telenet implements a balanced partnering model for its cloud strategy. During this session Telenet will present its cloud partnering model which is a key element in its cloud services offering.|
|18:50||Accelerating innovation through the ng Connect program|
Marc Jadoul, Director Marketing at Alcatel-Lucent
|Next generation ecosystems play a key role in achieving innovation faster. In this session, we will zoom in on the ng Connect Program, conceived by Alcatel-Lucent, bringing together infrastructure, device, application and content companies to develop together innovative service concepts in the fields of communication, productivity and entertainment.|
|19:25||Living Labs ecosystems and valorizing user driven innovation |
Koen Devos, iLab Operations Manager, IBBT
|Living Labs are ecosystems of industry partners, academic research institutions and public institutions that roll out new services to a large number of test users prior to their market launch. The data and feedback collected in Living Labs provides reliable business model input for the participating companies and institutions. As a Living Lab pioneer since 2009, IBBT-iLab.is a lead player in defining, refining and implementing methodologies for successfully capturing and valorizing user-driven innovation. This session will highlight the resulting best practices, advantages and pitfalls in setting up and running Living Labs.|
Pictures of the event can be found here.
Attendance Fee (VAT included)
Please register for the event by filling out this form and paying the corresponding attendance fee to the account 415-5109121-49 of FITCE.be vzw Neren-aard 6, 2550 Kontich.
Cancellation will be allowed without penalty until June 15th 2012. After this date a charge of 25% of the attendance fee will be made regardless the reason of the cancellation.
Notice of cancellation must be done by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
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