Kintone Connect Conference Adds New Speakers and Workshops Addressing Digital Transformation and the Changing Workplace

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Speakers from Slack, Streak, Usermind and More Bring Expertise in Workplace Management, Workforce Diversity and Software Development to Kintone Connect on November 3

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“Kintone Connect speakers come from a variety of industries and regions and also have a wide range of business experience that allows them to see all sides of digital transformation, a key issue facing organizations today," said Dave Landa, CEO, Kintone.

Kintone, provider of a low-code application development platform and toolkit to quickly connect, organize, and visualize workflows, announced today the addition of new speakers and workshops to the agenda of their one-day Kintone Connect conference. Held on November 3 at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco, the inaugural Kintone Connect conference agenda provides a wide-range of digital transformation and workplace collaboration topics on workforce diversity, innovative management styles and the digital tools companies are using to empower employees to innovate.

Attendees will leave with actionable ideas to support digital transformation at their own organizations, as well as strategies to help teams and business leaders deal with rapid changes in the workplace through the implementation of policies and other organizational frameworks. Every Kintone Connect attendee is eligible to win a free trip to Japan. More details on the giveaway, which includes roundtrip airfare for two and a 5-night hotel stay, can be found by going to: https://www.kintoneconnect.com/japan-contest-kintone-connect-digital-conference

Attendees will hear from:

  • Dillon Ferdinandi, Business Development at Slack, Michel Feaster, CEO of UserMind, and Becca Saines, software engineer at Streak, in a panel discussion on, “The Changing Nature of Workplace Management – How, Who & What?”
  • Diversity and Inclusion Strategist Sumayyah Emeh-Edu discusses, “Iterative Inclusion: Designing Inclusive Cultures”
  • Amy Giver, Coding Dojo, “JavaScript 101”
  • StarCIO President and Author Isaac Sacolick speaks on, “Driving Digital: Key Practices to Lead a Smarter and Faster Transformation”

These speakers join executives from Intellyx, Great Places to Work, McCormick Distilling, Growth Engine and Crankset Group, among others, to discuss the challenges today’s organizations face as they start to integrate policies that embrace digital transformation and choose the technologies that help to facilitate it. Speakers and panelists will provide attendees with ideas, solutions and tips that they can take back to their companies to help create real change that affects employee morale as well as the company’s bottom line.

“We’re thrilled with the great line-up of speakers we’ve secured for Kintone Connect so far,” said Dave Landa, CEO of Kintone. “The speakers come from a variety of industries and regions and also have a wide range of business experience that allows them to see all sides of digital transformation, a key issue facing organizations today. We thoroughly believe that the companies that embrace change and evolve are those that will be successful in the long run. We hope that Kintone Connect will foster new ideas that business owners and team members can use to start or accelerate the conversation on digital transformation. All of us at Kintone look forward to meeting you on November 3.”

Teams, CEOs, lines of business leaders and managers are invited to join Kintone for this one-day conference that will include workshops, networking and an evening reception. Students, non-profit organizations, and military and government agencies are eligible for discounts of 25 percent or more. To register for Kintone Connect, and for more information, please click here. Free event registration is available to eligible media. Email events@kintone.com for more information.

About Kintone Corporation
San Francisco-based Kintone is making teamwork better with its low-code application platform that provides organizations with a customizable workspace that integrates multiple data sources for deeper insight into business processes. Kintone eliminates the cost and maintenance requirements of traditional off-the-shelf applications while dramatically increasing team and workflow efficiency. Custom applications built with Kintone range from CRM, project management, asset management, SCM, and much more. More than 6,000 companies have built, deployed and use over 300,000 applications on Kintone. Kintone is provided by Cybozu Inc, a Tokyo-based public company founded in 1997. For more information, please visit https://www.kintone.com/

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