IT & Information Management
16. / 17. October 2018


Digital ecosystems are socio-technical associations inspired by nature. Networked players such as customers, organizations, technical service providers, partners from other industries, data suppliers and development platforms interact with each other using digitally available data, online platforms and key technologies. The development of digital ecosystems can be seen everywhere in the economy. Companies begin to transform business models and are transformed by separate units into comprehensive networks. The rule is that this change must be planned with maximum systematicity.

How do I choose actors and partner ecosystems? Which tasks and responsibilities are assumed by the participants? What resources do they bring? How is cooperation regulated and how does technological networking take place? How is the cost-effectiveness of networking to be evaluated?

Main topics of the event

  • Strategies & Processes
  • Business World in Digital Ecosystems
  • Modern role of IT
  • Business models of the future
  • Digital realignment & roadmaps
  • Implementation examples IT Transformation & Change Management
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Block Chain Insert
  • Internet of Things
  • Big Data and Data Management
  • Innovation / HUB Management & Startups
  • Implementation experience GDPR

Target Audience

  • Chief Information Officer / Head of IT
  • Chief Digital Officer
  • Chief Data Officer
  • Chief Technology Officer
  • Chief Transformation Officer


Dr. Ing. Olaf Röper, former CIO

Dr. Ulrich Kampffmeyer, Managing Director, PROJECT CONSULT Unternehmensberatung Dr. Ulrich Kampffmeyer GmbH

Jens Bittner, Director Event Production, project networks GmbH



Titanic Chaussee Hotel

Chausseestraße 30, 10115 Berlin, Deutschland

Evening Event

Pier 13

Tempelhofer Damm 227, 12099 Berlin, Deutschland

The Pier 13 at Tempelhofer Hafen in South Berlin persuades with its iconic industrial-harbour-flair. Surrounded by unique monuments like the old warehouse and the Ullsteinhaus on the other side of the Teltow canal, the Pier 13 offers a one-of-a-kind view of the harbor to enjoy the end of the day.