Blockchains will do for networks of enterprises and business ecosystems what enterprise resource planning (ERP) did for the single company. Blockchain enables the decentralised exchange of trusted data – it acts as a “shared record book”. With Blockchain, information will be integrated and processed within and across enterprise boundaries and has the potential to streamline and accelerate your business processes, while increasing cybersecurity and reducing or eliminating the roles of intermediaries.
This “Essentials” training is providing a basic understanding about what blockchains are from a conceptual side and helps to evaluate the relevance for your organisation. You will be able to understand potential use cases and benefits in all industries.
This course is designed for anyone with the desire to get a first introduction into blockchains. The content is aiming at any profession, as there are no prerequisites necessary. Regardless if you work in sales, management, technical industries or are simply a Blockchain enthusiasts, this one-day Masterclass is right for you!
Date 20.01.2020 (Monday)
Duration: 1 Day
Time: 8:30 - 18:30
Super Early Bird (until 20/11/2019): €699 +VAT
Early Bird (until 20/12/2019): €899 +VAT
Full Rate: €1,299 +VAT
We are educators who are committed to the student learning experience and to taking an ‘action learning’ approach to teaching. We do this by delivering interactive lectures and practical workshops that are grounded in theory but focused on real-world application.Learn more
Michael Schramm is leading the EY Blockchain Competence Center for Germany/Switzerland/Austria. With his team he supports companies to start with blockchain projects: offering use case identification, business case evaluation, pilot/MVP implementation and tax and legal implications.
Michael Schramm holds a Master of Science degree from Technical University Vienna. He worked in IT Consulting and Software Development for 15 years at IBM. Later he worked internationally in Software Sales in Central/Eastern-Europa, Middle East and Africa. He was responsible for business development of Cloud Computing and Smarter Cities, until he decided to found his own startup in Austria for which he worked 4 years. He joined EY in 2018 in Vienna.
Raphael Paier has been involved in the development of Smart Contracts and dApps in the Ethereum Ecosystem since 2015. Since the beginning of 2018 he is part of the EY Blockchain Competence Center in Vienna and works there as a Blockchain Solution Architect. His main tasks include the conception and planning of blockchain solutions as well as the development of solution components. If you don’t meet him in front of his desktop, you can find him with his family exploring the woods in and around Vienna.
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Understanding the digital world to understand the approach of people to services, products, experiences and contacts
Thinking new ideas through collaborative brainstorming sessions, to imagine and co-design innovative products and services
The use of tools, maps and canvas to design in line with an organic and structured methodology
Designing solutions centered on the needs of the people who are involved in a given process or will use a given product