Conversations for tomorrow

Conversations for tomorrow #3: Intelligent industry

Focus on intelligent industry – the next era of transformation.

This third edition of our quarterly Conversations for Tomorrow review contains perspectives from an array of business leaders, entrepreneurs, technologists, and academics, on how the convergence of products, software, and services heralds the next big transformation opportunity for organisations.

Contributors include include Frédéric Vincent, CIO, Renault Group; Catherine Kniker, Chief Strategy Officer at PTC; Norihiro Suzuki, CTO and Head of the Research & Development Group at Hitachi, Ltd.; Torbjørn Folgerø, senior VP, Enterprise Digital, Equinor, as well as our own subject-matter experts.

We call this new era of digital transformation the era of Intelligent Industry. It is an era dependent on software, fueled by data, and defined by technology-enabled sustainability.

From allowing automotive customers to select and install the features they want to improve their own user experience, to enabling groundbreaking approaches to drug discovery in life sciences, to significantly reducing waste in manufacturing operations, this is an era that offers an extraordinary range of opportunities.

Börje Ekholm, President and Chief Executive Officer, Ericsson, in discussion with Aiman Ezzat, CEO, Capgemini.


Enabling the automotive software transformation.

Bridging gaps through digital continuity.

The data-driven transformation of the pharma R&D, and the value of data-sharing ecosystems.

A blueprint for factory digitalisation and a more sustainable future.

Responsible Innovation: Establishing Trust in Autonomous Systems and AI in a Connected World.

Articles and perspectives

Sustainability, circularity, and collaboration: recharging the European battery industry.

Building safer AI for the next era of transformation.

Mirroring the real world for a better and sustainable performance.

Realising the power and promise of industrial 5G.

Intelligent Industry and narrowing the gender gap.

Meet our experts

Roshan Gya

Pierre Fortier

5G Lead, VP Capgemini Invent
“5G holds tremendous value for virtually every vertical industry, and its application will prompt significant changes to the customer experience, operating model, end-to-end processes, core capabilities, and solutions across sectors. These changes will require Telcos to reinvent their business in order to support new ways of working.”

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