“Transformation Talks” episode 20: Conversation with swissICT on Innovation

Dear Customers and Partners,

Welcome to a new episode of the Dell Technologies “Transformation Talks”!

Digital transformation and innovation are two sides of the same coin; therefore, organizations are confronted with strategic decisions on how to innovate.

Should they follow an evolutionary path, based on continuous progress, or should they try to completely revolutionize things? Can they concretely benefit from practices like co-creation? We know that innovation is organization-specific, and that people play a key role, but there is more to find out.

We exchanged experiences and views in another conversation with Christian Hunziker, CEO of swissICT, the leading industry association in Switzerland with over 2,500 members.

You can enjoy the discussion here:

For additional information, feel free to contact CH_Info@dell.com – because digital transformation does not stop, and neither do we!

Thanks and kind regards,

Frank Thonüs
General Manager Dell Technologies Switzerland

About the Author: Frank Thonüs

Frank Thonüs is General Manager of Dell Technologies Switzerland. Over the course of his career, he has acquired experience in executive and strategic management, through leadership roles both in local and in international organizations. Frank has started his professional journey back in 1997, at Alltron and Silicon Graphics, in various Sales and Management positions. He has then covered different international Management roles at Symantec / VERITAS, where he has spent almost 15 years - lastly as the Regional Director of the Symantec’s PACSS region (Poland, Austria, Czech, Slovakia and Switzerland). Following the merger of Dell and EMC, Frank has joined Dell Technologies as the Managing Director of EMC Computer Systems AG in Switzerland. Altogether, Frank Thonüs has more than 16 years of management experience and over 21 years of IT Professional experience. He holds a bachelor’s degree in general management from the Zurich Business School and sits in various advisory boards outside of IT.