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How can we Improve?
I’ve always been interested in the bigger picture. How do things work? How does everything stick together? How can we improve?
After reading illustrated how-to books as a child, I completed engineering and business degrees in Sweden and the US. My professional career began in engineering at Scania. After that I moved into regional management at Eaton Corporation and the product divisions of ESAB, and then joined Sidel Group as President and CEO in 2008.
Now I’m a Board Member at Modular Management, world leader in modular product architecture, and at Starcounter, the in-memory database specialist. You’re welcome to link in, but I’m not here to reminisce about my career. Instead, click below for a few ideas on how executives can bridge strategy and results. How to connect organizations without drowning in complexity and Microsoft Office documents.
Why Should Companies be Interested in PALMA Software?
PALMA supports the creation and maintenance of a specific type of modular product and information architecture. This architecture is explicitly linked to company strategy, improves your ability to capture customer needs and creates upstream economies of scale.
Modules are defined in a common way across all functions, and configured for different functional purposes, including design, supply chain and sales configuration.
Working with PALMA is fundamentally different and inherently superior to current practice, even in leading companies, as all relevant information is captured in a coherent way and can be processed at different levels of abstraction or detail, replacing PowerPoint-supported communication at higher management levels and greatly simplifying the transfer of rich real-time transactional information between existing CRM/CPQ, ERP/MRP and PLM/CAD platforms.
Companies can then begin the development and execution of a digitalized market/product strategy without getting bogged down in massive IT platform upgrade programs.
How to Solve the Executive Dilemma?
Click below for some thoughts on how companies can bridge strategy and results.