Jul 22, 2019
The workshop "lead the Change" promoted by PT Empresas had, last week, Covilhã as a destination.
So habitual they don't translate, which is what we do when a certain term becomes part of our routines. But on the 4th of July, the Data Center designed by architect Carrilho of Graça received an extended group of entrepreneurs and managers invited to discuss the digital transformation of companies and, being this a place where Network operational Center (NOC), Security Operational Center (SOC) and Global Operational Center (GOC) are current terms, security was inevitably an issue in evidence.
The session opened with the presentation of João Sousa, B2B administrator of Altice Portugal. The central theme was the operator's strategy with regard to the relationship with customers and partners and the way he sees technology as an aggregator of various valences. Even because today technology is more than product, service and strategy. "In Apple's last performance, remember? CEO Tim Cook did not present any new product, what he did was to introduce a network of partners, "said João Sousa. "At Altice Portugal, we are very happy with the results of our partnership strategy. We know that it is impossible to be in technology alone ", concluded the administrator.
The roadshow "lead the Change" – which took off in Lisbon and has already passed through Funchal, Braga, Leiria and now Covilhã – has mirrored this strategy. The discussion on digital transformation is the motto and PT Empresas presents itself with a set of partnerships in complementary areas, as is the case of Compta, Microsoft, Samsung, Cisco, HPE, Check Point, Huawei and Poly.
"Are we chasing technology?"