Business transformation & IT Trends

Tomas Klement


Lecture provides introduction into the topic of Business transformation and how companies can approach it, types of transformation along with practical examples. Presentation of actual IT trends which can support company transformation such as Automation, AI, Cloud, IoT.


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Tomáš graduated from the Comenius University, with major in Strategic Management and Information Systems.

Tomas joined IBM in 2007 along with his university studies, and since then had several positions within accounting department. Tomas was promoted in 2013 to a manager role being responsible for Accounting Reporting & Consolidation, later within Contract Reviews team. He currently works as a Senior Manager of Services Accounting team.

There are many fascinating projects going on in IBM, as part of university relations he continues to build relationships with universities or high schools through various events including Job Shadowing, Business Talent Fair, Job Shadowing.. He is also serving as a focal point for NGO Junior Achievement Slovakia, supporting the development of young talent in Slovakia.

Tomas used to play ice hockey professionally in past, now being part of the amateur hockey league (Bratislava Blizzards!). Tomas likes cycling where he can be followed on Strava. He also likes to follow the trends in IT, social media and networks. He likes going for walks with his wife and kids, have a good time. Giving guest lectures for students at universities is part of work where it doesn't really feel like work at all.

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Lecture languages



AI / AutomationBusiness Process ManagementCloud & DataStrategy

Duration options

2 hours

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