Entr’up, winner of the Digital Challenge 2018
The start-up Entr'Up convinced the Digital Challenge jury with its smart assistant for team cohesion and effectiveness. The solution enables companies to build and manage teams, by matching the personalities, values and motivations of their members. Launched a year ago, Entr'Up is now used by Orange, Leroy Merlin, Engie, Michelin and Fnac-Darty.
“For Entr’Up, winning the Digital Challenge is a fantastic opportunity, including being in direct contact with decision-makers. We are a great match for the event’s editorial line. We have the same type of clients: IS directors, and BUs,” explains Vincent Mendes, Cofounder & CEO of Entr’Up.“For us, ROOMn is an opportunity to be present at a highly qualified event with targeted visitors.”
“Entr’up’s solution meets a major need of companies to manage human resource,” states Pascal Basset, Chief Transformation Officer. “In the digital transformation framework, collaborative mode demands high quality interactions between stakeholders. Being able to form the best team of talented people according to operational or strategic needs, and to promote constructive discussions is one of the factors of success.”
“Entr’Up gets the best out of human capital by focusing on managing interactions between individuals in the context of business projects. In a context of digital transformation and a shortage of talent, it offers organisations a reservoir of considerable efficiency and a factor of well-being at work for individuals,” adds Thierry Rouquet, President of Sentryo.
Check out major digital transformation themes at ROOMn 2018
Plenary conference and keynote topics:
Opening plenary conference -
When innovation becomes a catalyst of the digital transformation!
With three highlights: Frédéric Poux, CEO of Alain Afflelou, an immersion in the Board of Directors of AccorHotels’ Digital Department, and a presentation by Idriss Aberkane, Researcher, thinker and writer
Open keynote - IS BECOMING A BUSINESS PLATFORM THE HOLY GRAIL? On this occasion -Benedict Thieulin, Director of La Nescouade, and Innovation Director at Open, and Stéphane Messika, CEO of KYNAPSE by Open examine benefits and limitations of this model
Google keynote - The future of digital technologies according to Google. Sean Ginevan, Head of Global Strategy and Market Enablement, Google
Going further with expert round tables:
- Company-Intrapreneurship labs: What's been happening?
- What’s new in Mobile First?
- ChatBot: A tool serving productivity
- Data: What happened to the revolution?
- Digital transformation, and especially employee transformation
- Who are the key players in the digital transformation? (in partnership with Alliancy)
- GDPR: Seize the opportunity to strengthen trust and create value
- Business: How to prepare for the arrival of Artificial Intelligence
ROOMn is also three days of activities in the exhibition area, including:
An IoT village in partnership with ConnectWave that will propose an immersion space dedicated to professional connected objects.
A pop-up FastLab developed by Open inviting visitors to challenge their digital initiatives.
A demo space sponsored by Tableau to discover how to work with business users and help the whole company maximise the value of its data.
For accreditation requests, contact Adeline Babel: [email protected]