Nordea and MapR present
Nordea Bank and Their Journey to the Public Cloud – A MapR Story
October 4th 2018, 6PM
Nimb Brasserie | Copenhagen, Denmark
Every business today is data-driven and looking at leveraging
their data by embedding analytics in everything they do with an ambition to introduce Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning across all industries.
Join us for a CxO cross industry dinner debate where Thomas Bolding, Head of Database & Storage, Nordea, will share and discuss how their multi-cloud journey is helping to ensure ALL data is seamlessly accessible to all lines of business and driving operational efficiencies, revenues and brand stickiness.
Jack Norris, SVP Data & Applications, MapR, will also bring additional cloud stories across industries and regions on how you can unleash and accelerate your full cloud potential to support key business objectives – from driving exceptional customer experience to introducing innovative new services wherever you are in your cloud journey.
This dinner is to give you a chance to connect with like-minded executives in a casual setting that allows you to openly share your own cloud journey experiences, lessons learned, ideas, and solutions.
Jack Norris is Senior Vice President, Data and Applications at MapR Technologies. He drives understanding and adoption of new applications enabled by data convergence. With over 20 years of enterprise software marketing experience, he has demonstrated success from defining new markets for small companies to increasing sales of new products for large public companies. His broad experience includes launching and establishing analytic, virtualization, and storage companies and leading marketing and business development for an early-stage cloud storage software provider.
Manager of 7 teams in Group Technology with end to end accountability for midrange enterprise databases, Big Data and analytic platforms, and storage and backup infrastructure and services.
Nimb Brasserie – Set next to Tivoli Gardens, this upscale hotel with a palatial exterior is a 2-minute walk from Copenhagen Central Station and 1 km from Christiansborg Palace.
Address: Bernstorffsgade 5, 1577 København, Denmark
Thursday, 4th October 2018 | 6:00PM – 9:30PM