Event: Lenovo Experiential Day 2022 Showcases End-to-End Solutions

The event underscores Lenovo’s maturity from a device-centric manufacturer to adopt a customer-centric strategy that offers end-to-end solutions to fulfill the business and organisational needs of their customers.

Lenovo Experiential Day 2022 is the first in-person showcase in almost two years at JW Marriott Hotel South Beach in Singapore.

Lenovo Experiential Day 2022 is the first in-person showcase in almost two years at JW Marriott Hotel South Beach in Singapore.

The Lenovo Experiential Day 2022 marks the resumption of the company’s flagship event in Singapore, from the hiatus arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Speaking with some of the regular attendees of the event, I found that not a few were surprised at the departure from the past device-centric showcase of end-user hardware.


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“In many ways, Lenovo Experiential Day 2022 highlights that Lenovo is no longer just a device-centric company, but an end-to-end solutions provider that is helping customers embark on their journey to digital transformation 2.0 in an era filled with increasing challenges but also tremendous opportunities,” said Nigel Lee, General Manager, Lenovo Singapore.

Personally, I am glad Lenovo Singapore is adopting a more customer-centric approach in offering real-world holistic solutions to meet the needs of business and organisations seeking digital transformation through technology.

This year’s Experiential Day showcased end-to-end solutions that Lenovo has architected to help businesses and organisations overcome challenges in their operations and workflow, instead of merely peddling devices like what most PC-makers tend to do.

“Lenovo Experiential Day 2022 is a great opportunity for us to showcase our solutions, from devices to software and services, all tightly integrated and presented in a narrative that highlights the impact that we are making to organizations and industries in Singapore. We are putting a spotlight on our efforts as a service-led company in how we are bringing all these incredible technologies – Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality–into the world, and transforming experiences in the workplace and the classrooms of the future. And we are very proud that we are achieving this in a way that’s sustainable,” said Nigel Lee, General Manager, Lenovo Singapore.

The theme for the event was “Reimagining A Smarter Future Together”.

The one-day event saw the gathering of customers, partners and selected media to see how Lenovo is putting Digital Transformation 2.0 front and center, and how organisations can adapt to the changing configuration of work and evolve their workplaces with smarter, more integrated, and personalised experiences.

With hybrid work becoming a permanent configuration, the provided its audience a peek into the smart workplace of the future to demonstrate how CIOs can re-examine their IT infrastructure, while keeping in mind aspects such as employee experience and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG).

The showcases were designed around six thematic zones and featured an integrated approach incorporating the full range of technologies – devices, software and services – to address the wide range of requirements that businesses and organisations need.

The six thematic zones include the following.

  1. Lenovo Building & Workplace Solutions
  2. Lenovo Smarter Learning
  3. Smart Distance Learning
  4. Lenovo ThinkReality
  5. Lenovo TGX Remote Workstation Software / Lenovo Self-Checkout Kiosk
  6. Lenovo Future of Work

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