Keynotes & Speaker
The speakers from the Fujitsu World Tour 2017 will give you an insight into the opportunities and challenges of the digital transformation. The international researchers and developers provide insights into innovations from the fields of machine learning, security and artificial intelligence. They offer inspiration for future action in our digital world.
Dr. Rolf Werner
Chairman of the Executive Board Fujitsu Technology Solutions GmbH & Head of Central Europe
Dr. Rolf Werner is Head of Central Europe at Fujitsu. In this role he managesthecompany’sbusiness in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. He is also Chairman of the Managing Boardof Fujitsu Technology Solutions GmbH. Working from Munich, Werner is responsible for one of the most important markets for Fujitsu.
Before joiningFujitsuin 2016, Dr. Rolf Wernerheld various management positions at T-Systems. Most recently he had been a valued member of the boardat T-Systems Multimedia solutionsandmanaged the expansion of the sales organization and the whole company both nationally as well as internationally. During other career stops Werner was the chairman of the management board of the French subsidiary T-Systems France SAS and was responsible for all services activities in America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Additionally he also managed the German sales organization.
Dr. RolfWernerbrings with him a wealth of experience in sales, serving both mid-market and enterprise customers, and services, ranging from international outsourcing to new digital solutions.
Dr. Rolf Werner has a diploma inbusiness studies fromthe Johannes Gutenberg Universityin Mainz, Germany and holds adoctoral degree in business administration fromthe University of East London, United Kingdom
Dr. Patrick Kramer
Dr. Patrick Kramer has a long history of work-experience in leading IT- & consulting companies and has been working in the areas of “Digital Transformation” and „Internet-of-Things“.
In his vision technology will more and more be worn under the skin and not on the skin – the rise of smart implants. Wearing an implant himself, he experiments with the next-generation of implants in his body: From an “Internet-of-Things” to an “Internet-of-Us”, where humans are connected directly to the internet through brain implants adding new skills to body.
Board Member & Head of AI Laboratories (FLL)
Mr. Suzuki is a Member of the Board of Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. and Head of Artificial Intelligence Laboratories. He joined Fujitsu Laboratories in 1980 and over his 35 year career has held a variety of roles, including Head of Applied Innovation Research Center, Head of Media Processing Systems Laboratories, Deputy General Manager, ITS Research Center and Director I/O Systems Laboratory. Mr. Suzuki holds a Bachelor of Precision Machinery Engineering degree from the University of Tokyo.
Head of CIO Office – innogy SE
Stefanie Kemp started her professional career in the healthcare industry before moving to IT in 1988. After more than a decade she switched from the supplier to user side of things and worked for the HypoVereinsbank. She also worked at Thomas Cook and in 2006 she was appointed as the Group Chief Information Officer at the Vorwerk Group. Her diverse experience in various industries provides a solid foundation for working with forward-looking IT organizations, processes, services and products. In 2011 she won 3rd place in “Global Exchange Award” and the “CIO of the Year”.
Stefanie entered the RWE Group in April 2013 and since April 1st, 2017 she is Head of Cross Functional Services at innogy SE.
In 2014 she helped set up the RWE Innovation HUB and acted as executive sponsor for disruptive digital business models. More recently, her role in the RWE IT organization is Head of Digital Domain. Beside her involvement with RWE she is currently a member of the advisory board of the digital economy of the NRW Economics Ministry of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Thomas Groß – Head of CCD Offerings Strategy EMEIA
Thomas joined Fujitsu in 2005 as product manager for notebooks until he moved on to become a business development manager for mobile devices in EMEIA in 2009. In 2014 he took over the role as business development manager in product sales group for the NORDIC region.
Since 2016 as the Lead of CCD strategy for EMEIA region he took care to position CCD to Fujitsu’s strategic accounts. In his current role as Head of CCD Offerings Strategy EMEIA he is responsible to align the GoToMarket for server based computing/VDI, Celsius Workstation and Future Workplace solution offerings.
Head of Security Strategy – Fujitsu
Karl Heinz Land
Founder of the Strategy – and Transformationagency neuland
Moderator of the Fujitsu World Tour
Director Energy Secot, Europe, Middle East & Africa
Senior Vice President & General Manager EMEA, NetApp