Digital Transformation in the New Normal

As the world responds and adapts to the COVID-19 pandemic, digital transformation remains incredibly important.

In this ExecuNet Master Class session, Rachel Mushahwar, Vice President, General Manager Industry Sales Group at Intel, walks you through the four R’s of responding to Crisis: Ramp, Recover, Resilience and Recede.

Rachel also discusses the impact of U.S. policy and other key influencing factors as we all adapt to life during a pandemic. She outlines data-driven analysis and forecasts of changing market trends and conditions to help you succeed in this new market.

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Rachel Mushahwar, VP/GM of US Enterprise and Government for Intel, leads 9 different industry verticals in the US (Cloud, Retail, Transportation, Manufacturing, Energy, Financial Services, Government/SLED, Media/Entertainment, and Health Life Sciences) and is accountable for ~$4B in sales.

Her focus is on enabling companies to realize the value of innovative offerings and delivering end-to-end innovative solutions to the industry that solve real-world business problems.

Rachel was recently named as “US Business Woman of the Year” by Insight Success and named by ChainStoreAge as one of the “Top Ten Women in Technology” in January 2017 and Women’s Wear Daily listed her among the “Top Industry Transformers” in December 2016.

She has been on Wall Street Journal Live, and most recently NBC Press Here talking about how industries need to transform to compete.



William Flamme

William Flamme

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