08 May gen-E’s Head of Wireless/Wireline Joins Google and Deutsche Telekom to Discuss the Current State of Digital Business at TM Forum Live! in Nice, France
Join the Head of the Wireless/Wireline Business Unit at gen-E, Marc Hayden, in the Digital Operations Summit expert panel on Tues, June 2, at 11:00a.m. discussing the current state of digital business.
Marc Hayden is the Head of the Wireless/Wireline Business Unit at gen-E. Mr. Hayden brings over 20 years of commercial and military communications experience to gen-E, having held domestic and international management positions with premier telecommunications companies including CSG Invotas, Redknee, Harris Corporation, Openet Telecommunications, Inc. and ADC Telecommunications, Inc.
Most recently, Mr. Hayden was responsible for management and operations consulting as the Managing Director at Force Multiplier International, and also held executive positions in Client Services, Sales and Marketing for CHR Solutions.
Mr. Hayden is a frequent speaker and panel participant at industry conferences and webinars. He graduated with honors in Middle Eastern Studies from the Defense Language Institute and is a United States Marine Corps veteran. He received his MBA in International Business and Entrepreneurship from Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business and served on the Board of Directors of the Healthy Start Coalition of Brevard County, Florida.
Being agile in today’s fast and constantly evolving marketplace is no longer a bonus; it’s a vital necessity. The Digital Operations Summit at TM Forum Live! explores the changing roles and skills needed to embed agility, focusing on the new expectations of operations and IT: providing the platform for innovation and growth.
- What are the main drivers for digital business transformation and the move towards a DevOps model?
- What evolutions are we seeing and what can we expect in the next 12 to 18 months?
- What benefits have been reaped and proven so far?
- What are the main challenges and how can they be overcome?
- What needs to change in order for the digital age to truly come about?
Yuval Dvir, Strategy Lead, Global Operations, Google
Paolo Sidoti, MD Network Services, Communications, Media and Technology, Accenture
Erik Meijer, Strategy GPM / global Access Management – Developer Garden, T-Systems, Deutsche Telekom
Bouke Hoving, EVP Simplification and Innovation, KPN Group
Philip Jones, Managing Partner, gen-E