Original air date: January 25, 2017
In a world where speed is more important than size, both survival and success require new thinking, strategies, and technologies.
Our guest presenter John R. Rymer, Forrester Research Vice President and Principal Analyst, explains how Application Development & Delivery must evolve to realize true transformation: an entire enterprise in digital form, capable of innovating, changing, and responding at the speed of digital.
Mohamed Omar, President – Ultimus MEA, shows us that digital enterprise of the future. A radical new future where we compose, recompose, and generate software families – software families that solve higher order business problems - on demand using digital assets in a common Digital Solution Ecosystem - created and managed by Ultimus Composed Process Solutions.
Nasir Hussain, BPM and Group Risk Solutions Specialist with National Bank of Abu Dhabi, brings an industry perspective to digital transformation using Low-code development platforms and describes the strategies he has employed to succeed in an industry being transformed by digital technology.
John R. Rymer
Forrester Research Vice President and Principal Analyst
John Rymer leads Forrester’s coverage of low-code and public cloud platforms. He has worked as an industry analyst for more than 20 years and has also held positions with Iona Technologies, Upstream Consulting, Fleishman-Hillard International Communications, and Patricia Seybold Group.
President – Ultimus Middle East, Africa, and Southeast Asia
Mohamed Omar heads all operations and sales efforts for Ultimus in the Middle East, Africa, and South East Asia. In this role, Mohamed develops and implements proven models for customer success in that territory as well as globally. Mohamed has multiple professional certifications in information security, project management, and Information Technology governance.
Business Process Manager and Group Risk Solutions Specialist, National Bank of Abu Dhabi
NBAD is one of the largest banks in the region and is in the process of merging with another regional bank to become even larger. Before joining NBAD in 2012, Nasir had been a business process analyst with TCA-Abu Dhabi, a BPM consultant with Sakhr Software, and a software engineer with Al Yousuf Group.