Realizing Business Outcomes with Cloud, AI and Robotics

Realizing Business Outcomes with Cloud, AI and Robotics

On the 24. of October at Fornebu in Oslo, MOWI, Wallenius Wilhelmsen, Gartner and Microsoft share their insights on how to tap into the possibilities that lie in cloud, AI and analytics to drive both sustainability and profitability. Register for our free breakfast seminar today; seats are filling up fast.


Welcome to a breakfast with insights, where four leading companies within their industry – MOWI, Wallenius Wilhelmsen, Gartner and Microsoft – will give you tangible examples and the latest knowledge on how to leverage your digital transformation journey:

AI-Powered Decision Support with MOWI
Mowi ASA is the world’s leading seafood company, and the world’s largest producer of Atlantic salmon with an end-to-end value chain; from egg, feed and harvest of fish to logistics, boats, brands and restaurants. The company employs over 14,000 people, is represented in 25 countries and had a turnover of EUR 3.8 billions in 2018.

MOWI has taken a conscious decision towards digitalization and transformation of the entire integrated value chain; targeting lower costs, higher growth, supporting sustainability, increasing interoperability and moving towards remote operations and AI-powered decision support.

Group CIO at MOWI, Marvin Dsouza, has more than ten years’ experience of strategic positions in IT. Meet him and take part of his presentation of the strategy and start of an ambitious change process towards agility and efficiency.

Data-Driven Optimizations with Wallenius Wilhelmsen
Wallenius Wilhelmsen group is a market leader in RoRo shipping, now aiming for a digital transformation journey and setting a data strategy to improve operations efficiency, enabling new business models and achieving higher sustainability.

One of the key objectives of the data strategy is to implement a modern cloud-based data platform to support intelligent, automated and data-driven processes to serve the growing and ever more complex needs of customers, steered by advanced analytics and machine learning models. This will require a solid data platform to provide foresight and insights to metrics such as fuel efficiency, vessel operation KPIs, operational expenses and asset utilization – as well as data-driven optimizations across the vessels and value chain.

Listen to Donal Duggan, VP Business Performance at Wallenius Wilhelmsen, as he shares the company’s data and digital ambition. Joining Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics in 2007, Donal previously held the Head of Business intelligence and Head of Trade Strategy positions. Prior to that, he held various positions in software, consulting and technology companies working in the interface between business performance measurement, data driven decision making and technology management.


Microsoft: New Data Flows, New Challenges, New Opportunities – What Does It Take to Be a Winner?
Microsoft enables digital transformation for the era of an intelligent cloud and an intelligent edge. Its mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.

What does our digital environment look like –  and above all; what will it look like tomorrow? Where is the data generated, what will be required to be at the forefront and utilize it and how can a modern cloud solution increase the security and capacity to create value through IoT, big data, advanced analytics?

Christopher Frenning takes you on a quick trend journey through the latest happenings in cloud as enablers. Christopher is a technology aficionado that loves the speed of innovation possible in the cloud, now leading the cloud and artificial intelligence business in Microsoft Norway. Before that, he has two decades of experience scaling a tech startup to an international industry leader, architecting software solutions, leading development teams, driving enterprise software sales, and international channel management.

Gartner: Top 10 Cloud Myths and How to Deal with Them
The promise of cloud is immense, but definitions are often confusing and inconsistent. The cloud markets are fast moving and evolving, but vendors, users and industry experts are often unclear about the messaging. So how can you as an IT Executive separate the myths from reality and find real answers to tough questions?

Gartner is the world’s leading research and advisory company, and Anne-Cecilie Fagerlie is an Executive Partner within Gartner Executive Programs. In this role, she is a strategic advisor, partnering with CIOs, C-level leaders and their leadership teams and guiding them on executing their business strategies that are underpinned by technology. She has significant experience in IT and digital business transformation from her roles in global organizations as a practitioner, executive and board member.

Don’t miss out! Seats are filling up quickly.

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