Speaker Spotlight - Amber Peters

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Amber Peters | SAP Digital Interconnect

DRJ Fall 2019 | Tuesday, October 1, 2019 | Breakout Track 4, Session 4 | 8:15 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.

Amber Peters will offer tips on handling communication with contractors and more during her DRJ Fall 2019 presentation.

Peters has been an industry expert with SAP Digital Interconnect for three years. She enjoys organizing large amounts of moving inputs toward a single goal.

According to Peters, in the gig economy organizations digitally transform into entities made up of more temporary workers. This is predicted to reach 40 percent by 2020. Additionally, automation and machine learning will rapidly disrupt current organizational setups. In this economy, how organizations communicate with customers, “things,” employees, and their contingent workforce will evolve considerably over the next two years.

Given evolving regulations, how will an Intelligent Enterprise bust silos of departments and employee types with disparate systems and information and deliver the right communications quickly to the right people?

During her presentation, titled “Digital Transformation and the Gig Economy,” Peters will discuss how organizations will communicate with customers, devices, employees, and contingent workforces during crisis and response management in an increasingly dynamic and complex future.

Peters says by 2022, 50 percent of all security badges for IOT will go to fault remediation.

“As we replace repetitive function positions with intelligent machines, AI, or IoT services, how do we make sure those devices are online and healthy as they will not be calling in sick?” Peters says. Her lecture on what the gig economy is and how it impacts business continuity and disaster recovery will provide insight for DRJ Fall 2019 participants.

Peters’ session will rely on attendees to share some ways their own organizations handle the disparate, siloed resources.

In the past, Peters led an employee group to develop STEM programs and awareness with low-income, high-risk teens. She also engaged Phoenix’s elected officials, Arizona State University engineering department, and Phoenix-based non-profit programs serving at-risk students. In addition, she ran a business sales team for a major telecommunications company covering the state of Arizona.

Peters is a graduate of Arizona State University and earned a spot on the Dean’s list. She is currently pursuing an additional business data analytics degree. She is also married to her college sweetheart. Together they are raising two boys in the North Phoenix area. She also enjoys reading.

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