Re-Tooling for the Digital Era with Emerging Technologies
Wednesday 3:30 – 4:30 PM
The pandemic has accelerated the necessity for business leaders to quickly adapt their existing Human Resources, Sales and Product Development processes to survive. But many are still at the early stages of their journey and searching for MORE ANSWERS that that will help them move from SURVIVING to THRIVING in the NEW NORMAL. Jenna Tuck provides leaders with a PROVEN method they can use to quickly adapt their processes now for the NEXT ERA.
Jenna Tuck brings 10 years of experience in working in the Defense Industry and serving the Defense industry’s needs to embrace new technologies as an imperative for competitive advantage. Jenna focuses on showing companies how they can leverage technologies that have been in use for decades within the Defense sector to adapt their HR, Sales and Product development plans with the use of new Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (AR/VR) technologies.
Jenna provides leaders with practical examples of how AR/VR can advance employee engagement, sales and product development goals whilst also resulting in cost savings and supporting sustainability plans.
As the Executive Vice President (EVP) of Global Business Development for Modest Tree, Jenna leads the company’s international market positioning efforts and oversees the company’s on-going expansion initiatives into emerging markets. Jenna’s goal is to drive the delivery of integrated digitization solutions aligned to changing customer requirements
Jenna has spent the past 12 years acquiring and honing her skills in providing advanced solutions to Defense clients using emerging technologies. Embracing the core values of innovation, education, and evolution—Jenna is deeply passionate about helping companies thrive in the new Digital Era with technological improvements in education; STEM initiatives; and leveraging emerging technologies to improve HR, Sales and Product Development practices. Jenna has contributed to numerous initiatives aligned with these passions; this includes serving as a board member for Women in Defense (WID), initiating the central florida Young Professionals Outreach Network (YPON), and participating in various speaking engagements at events to include the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Conference and Interservice/Industry Training Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC).