prepare for the next phase of digital transformation at the quantum computing summit

The disruptive potential of quantum computing is becoming a reality at an unprecedented rate, and there is now a need more than ever to start to demystify quantum. It’s time to understand what it means for business, the impact it will have, and how to get it embedded into emerging technology strategies within organisations. 

As revenue from quantum computing is expected to grow at a CAGR of 32% from 2019 to 2030, reaching £2.54 billion ($3.5 billion) in 2030, there is huge potential in unlocking this transformative technology. So, the question is, how to get this relatively new technology that has the possibility to revolutionise business on the strategic agenda now? 

Part of the strategy to roll out quantum in business will be how to present this to both internal and external stakeholders, how and what to educate teams on regarding the growth opportunity quantum offers, and the steps to take to do this. And this is no mean feat. 

The Quantum Computing Summit London, co-located with The AI Summit at the ExCeL London (22-23 September), has been designed to provide business and technical insight, to showcase how quantum is delivering real business value. Access the knowledge from the leaders who will be presenting quantum computing in way that will enable enterprises to secure investment and stakeholder support, and enable them to progress with pilot programmes. 

The Quantum Computing Summit will be hosting global pioneers from across the tech sphere who are leading the quantum charge, and will be diving into topics and discussion areas that include: 

  • The Quantum Field of Dreams: Separating the big picture from the technology vision 
  • How Quantum Ready Are You? Accurately assessing the maturity level of your organisation? 
  • Practical use cases for quantum optimization and quantum machine learning 

Explore the full agenda here 

There isn’t a silver bullet for quantum computing but there could be consequences for failing to prepare for this next wave of digital transformation. At the Quantum Computing Summit, you can leverage access to the experts who will be demonstrating initial steps required to take in your quantum journey, and how to lay the foundations for a comprehensive strategy and roadmap for success.  

Connect with partners who are actively working with enterprises to scale quantum, and who are accelerating the application of quantum computing in business to solve the most challenging problems. The Quantum Computing Summit gives enterprises access the tools, practical insights and strategies to demystify quantum, which will help enterprises to: 

  • Build institutional knowledge around quantum computing 
  • Develop a stakeholder network relevant to your organisation 
  • Anticipate the challenges and roadblocks to develop mitigations 
  • Get business processes in place now for the quantum ready economy 
  • Measure potential business impact and forecasting ROI 
  • Access technical feasibility – architecture and algorithm development considerations 
  • Identifying where quantum will build competitive advantage 

There is no doubt that Quantum computing has the potential to disrupt your industry. Gain a competitive edge with access to two days of unrivalled content and access the strategies to quantum you can implement to accelerate business success.  

Now is the time to actively take steps to build partnerships that will take your company to the next level.  Join us next week in a safe and secure environment and let’s get back to business. 

The Quantum Computing Summit, 22-23rd September 2021, ExCeL London. 

Request your pass now: The Quantum Computing Summit 

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