Wheeve is delighted to be sponsoring the next Enterprise IT Integration Forum event in London next week. The operating model for integration is something we have been been passionate about getting right for many years. In fact, one of the founding principles behind the set up of Wheeve was that effective systems integration can only be achieved if an organisation addresses people and process as well as technology.
Wheeve is pleased to announce that we will be sponsoring the upcoming WSO2 Summit in London on March 15th, 2018.
Next week, on 6 February, the Enterprise IT Integration Forum will launch with a half day conference at The Shard, titled 'Enabling Digital Transformation Through Effective Integration'. IT leaders and senior practitioners will gather to discuss the current landscape of systems integration, the challenges, opportunities and real-world examples of delivering business value through effective integration.
This week we welcomed Danielle Das Neves to the Wheeve family, joining us as HR Executive. Wheeve is growing and we needed someone to take the lead on recruitment, manage our Associate network and generally look after all things people related.
On 5 June, Wheeve will be joining circa 100 IT leaders at Global Business Intelligence's CIO Summit at Said Business School, Oxford. The theme of the event is 'Digital Transformation and the Future of Cyber Security' and Wheeve will be hosting a round table.
Alongside moving into new office, we've also updated our website which includes the introduction of this blog. There will be lots more posted here in the coming weeks and months and it'll eventually build into a really useful resource for anyone tackling digital transformation challenges. We'd love your feedback on our new look.
More space and a beautiful setting for Wheeve to grow.
On 1 March, the Wheeve team moved into our new office at The Old Free School in central Watford. Driven by the need for more space, we have taken over the Elizabeth Fuller Hall of the Grade II listed building in George Street, just a minutes walk from the high street and overlooking St Mary's Church.