In collaboration with DocuTech, Newgen is hosting the Accelerate Your Digital Journey Workshop in Accra to bring together business leaders and senior professionals.

Thursday’s event is to enable them to meet, interact and exchange ideas on digital transformation and disrupting various verticals.

The invite-only workshops will focus on the banking/financial, enterprise and government sectors and will be led by international innovation leaders who will share insights on valuable strategies and tools needed to lead the next generation of IT and transform customers' experiences.

The keynote speaker for the workshop will be Richard Edmund Okyere-Fosu who is an Information Technology Manager and Advisor at the Ministry of Finance.

Okyere-Fosu is a former Director and CIO at Databank Financial Services with over fifteen years of experience in Banking, Computer Software, Business Development, IT Consulting and Telecommunications.

“We are excited to partner with Newgen for the Accelerate Your Digital Journey workshop. Our mission at Docutech is to provide quality and innovative solutions for business owners and organizations. This session will allow attendees an opportunity to better understand the relevance of a connected enterprise to orchestrate, contextualize and engage with customers using a low code application platform for digital transformation,” says Jean Louis Feghali, Managing Director of DocuTech Ghana Limited.

How the Digital Journey Workshop will benefit attendees to ensure futuristic governance by moving government-centric services to the cloud and leveraging the power of social and mobile computing. 

It will also bring agility to operations and context to data, for real-time visibility and control as well as explore the global standards and best practices in records and space management.

“This exclusive session is an opportunity for top-level management including Technology and business strategy executives and Analysts, consultants and partners to explore innovating the future of their organizations,” adds Feghali.