The Digital Workplace Conference (DWC) New Zealand is the premier Digital Workplace event, returning for its 12th year – and this time in person!
It’s time to once again network face-to-face and enjoy expert speakers, workshops, group sessions, and one-on-one chats on everything digital, from workplace productivity and collaboration to your cloud transformation roadmap. If your organisation is thinking about or struggling with it, your peers at DWC are discussing it.
As a Microsoft Gold Partner, OnePlace Solutions will be front and centre at DWC. Come along and visit us at booth #1 and meet Cameron Dwyer, our chief technology officer, and Elissa Caligiuri, our head of customer experience.
Throughout the DWC conference, our team looks forward to demonstrating how OnePlaceLive simplifies the delivery of business systems, allowing employees to engage with any system in a personalised manner. The team at our booth will be showcasing:
Combining the benefits of Microsoft 365 and the power of OnePlaceLive delivers sustained engagement with the business’s system, helping achieve both technical and business goals, and we are excited to present these capabilities.
Plus, when you visit our booth, you can learn more about the highly anticipated One Outlook solution, including:
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Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with industry leaders, peers, and experts from around the world. Reach out to our team for free tickets to this not-to-be-missed event.
Digital Workplace Conference New Zealand
Date: Wednesday, March 1 to Thursday, March 2, 2023
Location: Pullman Auckland Hotel & Apartments, Auckland, New Zealand
Visit www.dwcnz.co.nz for all the latest updates.
The Digital Workplace Conference (DWC) New Zealand returned for its 12th year, and attendees were thrilled it was back to an in-person event! Assembling over 25 digital transformation experts from around the region, the premier Digital Workplace event was held in Auckland, New Zealand, from the 1st to the 2nd of March.
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