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DTI Expo Recap: How digital transformation teams celebrate wins and learn from each other

February 2, 2023
Lindsay Bhandari
Fannie Mae

Lindsay Bhandari

It’s important to come together to celebrate our accomplishments, connect, and learn from each other, and that’s exactly what 3,450+ of us did at the Digital Transformation Innovation Expo.

The event was designed to allow teams to learn more about the Digital Transformation capabilities we have delivered at Fannie Mae. Our digital transformation journey has been an enterprise-wide effort focused on improving technology, building our digital talent and culture, and modernizing key processes to create a better experience for our customers and advance our housing mission.

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Teams across technology, data, and operations gathered to showcase their impactful work and inspire new, innovative ideas to power our mission.

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Over 120 team members showcased the benefits and business capabilities implemented across the enterprise in 25 expo booths, and 14 teams presented their digital transformation stories and lessons learned along the way.

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Our hybrid workforce had the option to participate in person or online, with 1,450+ in-person attendees and 2,000+ virtual attendees. Together, we were able to learn from the immense knowledge and expertise of our peers, discover the outcomes and impacts of each other’s work, and make connections across the organization.

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While we were on-site together, we took advantage of the opportunity to connect over lunch and a social networking hour in the common areas of our beautiful workspaces in Reston, VA, and Plano, TX.

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