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Introducing the webinar series: How Nordic companies are using IBM solutions

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As consequences of the coronavirus have caused the majority of us to work from home, dependence upon virtual platforms have increased rapidly. One of the ways in which we at IBM will continue to support online communication is by the use of webinars.

Therefore, it is with great pleasure that I can introduce to you the upcoming webinar series of how Nordic companies are using IBM solutions. During these webinars, we will focus on specific use cases from the Nordics and apply reference stories to elaborate on IBM solutions that help companies gain tangible business value. We plan to conduct these webinars on a weekly basis, every Wednesday at 11:00 CET.

Moreover, the duration will be limited to 30 minutes to ensure the key experts/speakers will provide focused, concise content. Interaction will be possible as well as highly encouraged throughout the webinars. Likewise, the webinars will be free and available to all. This is the agenda for the first four events:

  1. How Nordic Companies Are Using: AI Technology To Improve Customer Service

    In this webinar, we will look at Nordic examples that apply IBM’s AI technology in customer service within the financial-, wholesale- and public sectors.
    Speaker(s): Henrik Toft Transformation Architect, IBM European CTO Team
    Date and time: Wednesday 8th of April 2020, 11:00 CET
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  2. How Nordic Companies Are Using: IBM Think 2020 Efficiently

    In this webinar, we will focus on the global, free event of Think 2020 that will take place on May 5-6 as a digital-first experience. We will clarify how to navigate through the event’s numerous innovative features that include live-streamed content, interactive sessions, networking opportunities, and much more.
    Speaker(s): Tarja LeporantaEvent Strategist, IBM Nordic
    Date and time: Wednesday 15th of April 2020, 11:00 CET
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  3. How Nordic Companies Are Using: IoT Technology to Improve Asset Maintenance

    In this webinar, we will present examples of how Nordic companies are using IoT technology to improve uptime and lifespan of physical assets. We will look at Nordic examples that apply IoT to implement predictive maintenance within the industrial- and transportation sector.
    Speaker(s): Henrik Toft Transformation Architect, IBM European CTO Team & Cecilie DemandtBusiness Development Representative, IBM Digital Sales
    Date and time:
    Wednesday 22nd of April 2020, 11:00 CET
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  4. How Nordic Companies Are Using: Intelligent Cybersecurity

    In this webinar, you will learn how the Icelandic IBM partner, Origo, has created an intelligent security solution: the QRadar SIEM platform. We will also cover how this solution can support your regulatory or compliance obligations.
    Speaker(s): Anton Egilsson Director, Security & Software Sales, Origo Iceland & Morten Wibe
    IBM Security, Channel Sales
    Date and time: Wednesday 29th of April 2020, 11:00 CET
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DID YOU READ: COVID-19 guide to businesses: Helping your customers and partners

I look forward to getting started with the webinars and hope to see many of you participate. If you have any questions or suggestions to subjects you would like us to cover, please do not hesitate to contact me at: niklasp@dk.ibm.com

Country Manager Iceland, IBM

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