Innovation as a Service (InnaaS): Setup, Elements, Challenges - Ascent Conference
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Innovation as a Service (InnaaS): Setup, Elements, Challenges

Innovation as a service has a strategic impact on your organization.

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Speakers

Boris Kontsevoi

CEO Intetics
A technology executive, founder and president of Intetics Inc., a leading global software engineering and data processing company focused on creation and operation of effective distributed teams for application development, systems integration, GIS solutions and back office support. Since 1995 Intetics has been successfully acting as a technology partner for over 400 Clients worldwide, helping them successfully solve their business challenges with minimal effort and maximum efficiency. This is being done based on Intetics' unique proprietary business model of Remote In-Sourcing® for clients from a variety of industries like finance, insurance, education, automotive, hi-tech, logistics, healthcare, telecom and others. In 2014 the concept and service of Remote In-Sourcing was recognized as one of the Top 100 Innovations in the Chicagoland area.

Innovation as a Service (InnaaS): Setup, Elements, Challenges

Innovation as a service has a strategic impact on your organization. To be sure that you are on track helps this round table discussion. Intetics Inc. founder and CEO Boris Kontsevoi will outline the current innovation setup: processes, org structure, its elements: Digital Transformation, Automation, BPM, Software, Data, Analytics/AI, CoEsresources (infrastructure, cloud, cybersecurity), talent availability, and team formation, and will explain if it can be outsourced.

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