We are thrilled to announce that former NASA astronaut Mike Massimino will be joining us at our EA Connect Days as a Keynote Speaker! Our EA Connect Days have grown to be the best-known peer conference for Enterprise Architects, CIOs, and IT executives. The conference will be hosted September 2-3, 2020 both physically in Bonn, Germany and online. This event brings together hundreds of experts to discuss and resolve risks and challenges in today’s enterprise IT strategy and planning.
German business leader, author, investor, and TV personality Frank Thelen has just been announced as the newest speaker at the 2020 EA Connect Days on 2-3 September. Well known in the German-speaking market for his TV appearances on “Höhle der Löwen” (the German equivalent of US show Shark Tank), Frank has a prescient understanding of the European start-up market and has been following the rise of Bonn-based LeanIX for the last few years.
As the world transitions from panic mode to a new normal, the IT community, and in particular, CIOs are faced with unprecedented challenges and “we need it done yesterday” directives.
James Rinaldi, Chief Information Technology Advisor, Jet Propulsion Laboratories joins us for a fascinating walk through his commanding career heading up IT for Marriott International, the Internal Revenue Service, U.S. Food & Drug Administration, and JPL. His current role at JPL gives James a new perspective.
Claudine Bianchi, an industry leader in IT marketing and LeanIX's Chief Marketing Officer, can now add podcast host to her resume. Bianchi debuts as the host of Unleash IT, a brand-new podcast developed to explore innovations in IT and the evolving business transformation of the IT community.
An organized and transparent IT landscape is the first step to adapting business services to shifting market demands. Marcelo Menard, Global Enterprise Architecture Manager at Vale, explained how valuable such clarity is when designing future-state architectures in his presentation on “From Projects to Products: Enabling Innovation and Transformation” at the 2020 North American edition of EA Connect Days.
With enterprise architecture (EA) being one of the hottest topics in IT, it’s imperative to know not only how to navigate it, but how to achieve maturity. That’s why when OTIS decided to separate from their parent company United Technologies Corp. (UTC), they knew the importance of making sure their IT environment was organized and controlled during the transition. At our recent North American edition of EA Connect Days, Kevin Redding, Associate Director of Enterprise Architecture at OTIS, revealed to audiences his company's secrets to EA maturity.
LeanIX received an $80 million boost from Goldman Sachs Growth to accelerate the company on its mission to bring data-driven enterprise architecture (EA) to more businesses worldwide.
Acquisitions are a driving force behind Atlassian’s ever-expanding suite of products. In fact, as explained at the past LeanIX EA Connect Day by Phil Ziegler, Enterprise Business Architect at Atlassian, many of the company’s multi-functional offerings for project management and software development are a direct result of inorganic growth — a process he and his team have perfected via IT integration planning with LeanIX.
In my presentation at LeanIX’s Virtual EA Connect Day, I discussed the incredible role of enterprise architecture (EA) in helping organizations faster realize the benefits of digital business models. Even before COVID-19 and this current period of accelerated modernization, it was clear for most organizations that EA was instrumental in mastering digitalization and making the shift to new employee experiences, stronger efficiency and risk control, and innovative technology-based work processes.