Build or Buy? The Solution to Upgrading Technology
Presented by the Chicagoland Chamber Technology Council
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the digital transformation has accelerated at an unprecedented rate, forcing businesses to identify and adopt new technologies in order to meet consumer demand. Concurrently, the talent required to implement these technologies has become scarce, making it increasingly difficult to build custom applications in-house.
The Chamber’s featured experts will discuss the merits of building technology versus buying technology and the challenges posed in developing scalable, cost-efficient business solution.
Partner- Technology Transactions, Mayer Brown
Senior Vice President, Signature Bank
Chief Technology Officer, ELEKS
Thank You to Our Technology Council Presenting Sponsor:
WeWork, located at 20 W. Kinzie St., will host this in-person event.
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