Being an IBM Partner comes with certain opportunities. One of many was to sponsor the IBM Business Connect 2015 event in Copenhagen.
With an array of workshops on the future of big data, cognitive computing and many more, the day of IBM Business Connect left us with new knowledge and inspiration for the future of ActionPlanner.
As an up-and-coming company, being a part of IBM Business Connect 2015 proved to be a great opportunity to meet both potential partners in our ambition to create an eco-system of people interested in the Execution Management space, as well as we got to meet potential clients.
Our first introduction to the concept of ecosystems was in Silicon Valley, summer of 2013 with the SCALEit program. Back then it was mind-blowing to experience the build-up of ecosystems through decades in what we believe is an unmatched pool of talent, capital, partners, universities and clients – all within a 50 kilometer radius.
The experience was invaluable, but hoping for and imagining a similar environment in the Nordic countries was thought to be unrealistic for many years to come.
However IBM has and is doing tremendous efforts to establish such an ecosystem, thereby opening up opportunities for start-ups that would otherwise not be possible.
For that reason, we would like to recognize IBM for the effort they are doing and so,
THANK YOU IBM!