Are your ready to go on a journey with digital transformation? Watch this on-demand discussion from our first stop along Route 66 in Chicago, where we kicked things off with our partner, Snowflake.
You’ll explore how to drive data transformation in 2022, and you’ll discover a little more about Route 66 from historian Dan Rice as we celebrate its 95th anniversary. Finally, you can watch Marcus Ericsson, No. 8 Driver for Chip Ganassi Racing, share his insights into the world of racing.
Plan now to watch the event and hear from experts at NTT DATA and Snowflake about the relevance of data in your business.
Group President, Consulting & Digital Transformation Services
Wayne brings more than 25 years in the financial services industry to lead his high-impact consulting, technology and operations teams. He helps clients optimize their current business and leverages NTT DATA Services’ capabilities to drive new waves of growth, creating new operating models through digital platform delivery, technology services transformation and As-a-Service solutions. Previously at Accenture, Wayne led the industry and offering teams across North America, where he shaped the firm’s strategy and industry thought leadership, including authoring “Banking 2020”.
Regional Vice President of Sales
Michael is a highly qualified sales leader with more than 16 years of management experience in the analytics software industry. Before joining Snowflake, Michael held similar leadership positions with Hortonworks, Oracle, IBM and PTC.
Data Cloud Principal
Teddy Lewis joined Snowflake in 2015 and spent 6 years in sales leadership roles across the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. More recently, Teddy was the Director of the Mid-Atlantic Major Accounts team and currently serves as a Principal on the Data Cloud Strategy team.
VP of Go To Market
Hashmap an NTT DATA Company
Kelly Kohlleffel leads the Go To Market team (sales, marketing, and alliances) at Hashmap, an NTT DATA Company, and is also the co-host of Hashmap on Tap, Hashmap's weekly podcast. He's been in the data game for over 30 years and prior to Hashmap spent time at both Hortonworks and Oracle.