Former Head of Innovation at Reckitt and Benckiser.
Rob has 30 years R&D experience in Consumer Healthcare at leading companies Reckitt Benckiser, GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer leading R&D teams in the delivery of projects and innovation. As Head of Innovation at Reckitt Benckiser, he built up an innovation function including embedding a process to deliver innovation to meet ambitious growth plans. Rob now has digital health startup FiftyFourDegreesNorth which has a number of projects in its pipeline, runs the innovation consultancy Edenic Innovations and consults for a number of leading global companies.
Chief Architect, Axway
Kshitij is an expert and thought leader in “Digital Transformation” with extensive experience in API, Cloud, Analytics, Security, SOA, ESB, BAM, and BPM. He has been instrumental in helping Axway customers achieve digital success by recommending the right architecture and validating strategic investment into a variety of technologies most relevant to the customers' requirements. Shitij shares his experience with customers helping them shape “Enterprise Integration” and highlighting pitfalls that could affect the implementation as well as identifying the digital tools and technologies to make sure that the program is aligned with the “Businesses Strategy”.
Principal Presales Consultant, Axway
Jeroen has over 10 years of experience in the IT Integration space. He is currently working at Axway and has previously worked for a large consulting firm, Accenture, and a software integration firm, SoftwareAG. He held multiple positions including architect, designer, developer. He has a passion for integration and digital transformation, especially when it involves new technologies such as IoT, AI, Advanced Analytics and Mobile. Jeroen is currently working as a Principal Presales Architect and is involved in the sales cycle of multiple Axway solutions including its API Management, Managed File Transfer and Advanced Analytics offerings. He also helps clients find the best technical solution for their business problems.