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MARTECHSERIES – Majesco Announces Brian Solis as a Keynote Speaker at Convergence 2019

MARTECHSERIES – Majesco Announces Brian Solis as a Keynote Speaker at Convergence 2019

Majesco, a global provider of market-leading insurance technology announced that Brian Solis will be a keynote speaker at its upcoming customer conference Convergence 2019 taking place in Savannah, Georgia on April 14 – 17, 2019.

Brian is Principal Analyst and Futurist at Altimeter, the digital analyst group at Prophet, and has been called “one of the greatest digital analysts of our time” by CMOs and CEOs of top brands. He is also a world-renowned keynote speaker and digital anthropologist, who studies disruptive technology and its impact on business and society. In his work, he humanizes trends to help people understand how the world is changing, why, and what to do about it.

Brian is an award-winning author of seven best-selling books including X: The Experience When Business Meets Design, What’s the Future of Business (WTF) and The End of Business as Usual. With a loyal online audience of over 600,000 people, his work makes him a sought-after thought-leader to leading brands, celebrities and startups.

“We are thrilled to have Brian speak at Convergence 2019, and hear firsthand his take on the trends shaping the platform economy and the impact to insurers and their customers,” said Majesco CEO Adam Elster. “Like many of the people who attend this conference, Brian is hyper-aware of the disruption that is happening across the insurance industry. He has some incredible insights in terms of leveraging these changes to drive innovation and capture market opportunity.”

Experience: When Business Meets Design – Brian Solis at the Vision Critical Customer Intelligence Summit

Experience: When Business Meets Design – Brian Solis at the Vision Critical Customer Intelligence Summit

Brian Solis believes that the experience people have and share is the future of branding, marketing, and customer engagement. In his presentation at Vision Critical’s Customer Intelligence Summit, Brian shows you how to become an experience architect who can re-imagine and rebuild a new customer journey to create meaningful and shareable experiences in every micro moment.

Speaker Testimonial: The Ed Sessions

Speaker Testimonial: The Ed Sessions

“Brian Solis took Idaho by storm with a message of “disrupt or be disrupted’. There are new rules to getting your message out—rules that engage young people, in particular, differently. Brian lent his vast expertise to Idaho’s key creatives and helped them understand how to use the power of social media more effectively to mobilize grassroots efforts.” – Blossom Johnston, program officer, J.A. And Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation For a full story, please read the recap here. To book Brian,…

Neocom15: Customer Experience is the Sum of Emotional Reactions

As 2015 drew to a close, Brian flew to Düsseldorf to close out NEOCOM, an annual event for multichannel retail and commerce. There, he spoke about “retail re-imagined,” redesigning the online and offline shopping experience based on the incredible technology and behavioral trends playing out now and over the next few years. Following the event, he met with the NEOCOM team to shoot a short three-minute video that he would love for you to see. Video Topics/Questions: – Iteration vs. Iteration –…

Disrupt or Be Disrupted – Ed Sessions with Brian Solis [VIDEO]

Disrupt or Be Disrupted – Ed Sessions with Brian Solis [VIDEO]

Brian Solis, who joined The ED Sessions Nov. 11, 2015 in Boise, Idaho, is a digital anthropologist who studies the effects of disruptive technology on business and society. He humanizes technology’s causal effect to help empower the average citizen to engage in ways that can change the course of a community, state, or nation. He is an award-winning author and avid keynote speaker who is globally recognized as one of the most prominent thought leaders in digital transformation and innovation….

Station Summit 2015: Think like a viewer. Act like a digital marketer

Station Summit 2015: Think like a viewer. Act like a digital marketer

by Paige Albiniak, Brief No one likes change, but in order to survive in this rapidly evolving world, TV station executives need to hold their noses and jump in, said Brian Solis, principal analyst and author at Altimeter Group, addressing attendees at PromaxBDA’s Station Summit. “Digital Darwinism is affecting every single industry out there today, not just television,” said Solis. “More than 40 percent of the companies that were at the top of the Fortune 500 in 2000 were no…

12 Lectures on Social Capital: Brian Solis’s Social Capital Speech Looks Beyond Likes and Comments

12 Lectures on Social Capital by Alyson Wyers, TrendHunter In his social capital speech, Brian Solis explains the role of social media in branding and business. The digital analyst examines how technology and sites like Twitter affect business. Social media interaction including likes and comments result in a social economy, where these elements equate to currency. Not only has social media revolutionized politics as seen in the Arab Spring, but we are also seeing the natural emergence of a Corporate…

PegaWORLD 2015 Reignites the Clarion Call for Customer Engagement

Mark Johnson of Loyalty360 returned from the PegaWORLD 2015 conference inspired by the clarion call for customer engagement through simplicity and understanding. He summarized the event quite well and it serves as a primer for businesses to rethink customer experience. Excerpt: Brian Solis, digital analyst and business strategist of Altimeter group, said, “Executives have a hard time appreciating what needs to change because they don’t live their brand the way customers do.” He is correct in noting that listening is…

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