27. November 2017

IT meets Art: Successful event at Schloss Morsbroich

PTA and WirtschaftsWoche draw a positive conclusion

Art and IT – do they even belong together? PTA GmbH says yes and therefore invited guests to Schloss Morsbroich in Leverkusen on November 16 for the second event in its “IT meets Art” series. Participants were given an insight into impressive technologies and best practices for digital transformation.

Positive feedback on presentations

Digitization is an issue in all companies and sectors. Digital business platforms offer the ideal basis for successfully shaping digital change. They standardize the IT infrastructure and make the entire organization and its specialist departments faster, more flexible and more intelligent. But why is Germany, the land of poets and thinkers, still not at the top in an international comparison? The PTA addressed these and other questions at its “IT meets Art” event at Schloss Morsbroich. The lecture by Dr. Christian Fraubel, who gave an insight into the digital and analog world of art, was also particularly well received.

“This is the third time we have held our IT meets Art lecture series and we are very pleased with the results this year too. In addition to the castle tour and exciting presentations, there was once again plenty of time to network and exchange ideas in a relaxed atmosphere.”

Dr. Tim Walleyo, Member of the PTA Management Board

Next event is planned

“For us, it was a successful event in a beautiful setting with interesting guests. Special thanks also go to our colleagues at WirtschaftsWoche, who contributed to the success of IT meets Art,” explains Dr. Tim Walleyo from the PTA management team. “We definitely feel confirmed that art and IT belong together. That’s why we want to repeat the whole thing in another city next year.”

The event kicked off with an exclusive museum tour of Morsbroich Palace. After the presentations, visitors had the opportunity to round off the evening with further discussions and networking over finger food.

Robert Fischer

Marketing Manager

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