IT focused Design approach; what are the steps and key pitfalls?
Technology is all around us, and today, more than ever, it is taking over tasks and activities that previously were trusted to us humans. Technology is becoming the norm and there is hardly an area where technology is not yet in use. This increased reliance comes with increased expectations; we expect that technology is available; that technology is delivering what we need and in a way that is easy to use. Requirements collection and analysis are key steps in achieving this. However, designing an IT solution is not as straightforward as it might seem. During this 30min presentation, Gunnar will focus on the solution requirements and design process by having a look at the activities, artifacts as well as key pitfalls.
Gunnar Menzel is the Chief Technology and Innovation Officer for North and Central Europe. With a total of over 14000 Architects globally, he is one of only two certified Master Architect and Master IAF (Integrated Architecture Framework) Architect across the entire Capgemini Group. In addition, he is part of the main editorial Board for Capgemini’s Technovision Framework. With over 33 years IT experience and as a learned software and infrastructure engineer, Gunnar defined, designed, delivered, and managed solutions for a large number of organisations covering - Financial Services (Banking & Insurance), Telco, Government, Utilities, Automobile, Retail, Utility, Distribution and Manufacturing. Born in Germany, Gunnar now lives with his family since 1999 in Greater Manchester, UK.
Wed 23 MarDisplayed time zone: London change
14:00 - 15:30
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