On this episode, host Al Martin welcomes Michael Sestak, who is a creative media director at IBM. He and Al discuss his role in-depth. Listen to learn what sources of inspiration Michael draws from, and how data and the creative process collide.
In part 1 of a part 2 series, host Al Martin peels the onion with Janine Sneed. Bold, energetic, passionate, and results-driven, Janine serves in two distinct roles at IBM: Chief Digital Officer and VP of Customer Success for IBM Data and AI. This week, Janine and Al look at product management,
Matthias Funke and Thomas Chu lead the team shaping IBM's strategy for hybrid data management. They join host Al Martin for a deep dive into trends around data management across cloud environments — from private, to public, to multicloud.
This week on Making Data Simple, we invited Patrick Campbell, CEO and co-founder of Profitwell. Prior to ProfitWell, Patrick lead Strategic Initiatives for Boston based Gemvara and was an economist at Google as well as the U.S. intelligence community.
Michael Willette, assistant vice president and technical fellow at USAA, comes on Making Data Simple to discuss database methods in the finance industry. Michael has an extensive, technical background as an architect and senior programmer. He shares his journey, current view on the market, emerging
Adam Weinstein is CEO and Co-Founder of Cursor. He previously worked at LinkedIn as a senior manager of business development and founded enGreet, a print-on-demand greeting card company that merged crowd-sourcing with social expressions. In this episode, he describes his data analytics company and
Host Al Martin, IBM VP of Hybrid Data Management & Client Success, and Sam Lightstone, CTO for Data, IBM Fellow & Master Inventor, present their Kansas City Techweek keynote. They go over what it means to make data ready for AI, become data driven and acquire growth. They deliver key