ERIC KRAPF

CEO ATOS, ZURICH

Keynote

Day 2, FUTURE OF WORK, 15.00-15.15

ARE YOU ABLE TO CHANGE FAST ENOUGH GOING FORWARD?

WHILE THE RATE OF CHANGE INCREASES – DO YOU COMPLY WITH THE CHANGE AND STAY IN THE DRIVER SEAT.

ARE YOU ABLE TO CHANGE FAST ENOUGH GOING FORWARD?

HOW MUCH HAVE YOU CHANGED YOUR WAY OF WORKING IN THE LAST 2 MONTHS TO GET THE MAXIMUM OUT OF THE TOOLS YOU HAVE AT HAND BE IT SOFTWARE, ROBOTS OR AI. 

THIS IS ONE LENS OF WORK ONE OHTHER IS: HOW MUCH WORK WILL BE REQUIRED TO BUILD THE PHYSICAL GOODS REQUIRED – IN ANY CASE LESS THAN TODAY UNLESS THERE IS AN ENERGY CRUNCH.

ARE YOU READY FOR THE SERVICES INDUSTRY?

FACTS

Make Global Collaboration Happen

22 years’ experience of global collaboration where business meets IT; from start-up to big corporate.

BIOGRAPHY

Since July 2017 Eric Krapf serves as the CEO of Atos AG in Switzerland. Prior to that as the Country Manager Switzerland and Head DACH of Wipro Limited. From 2013 to 2015 Eric served at Computer Science Corporation as their Head for Global Manufacturing Switzerland. From 2006 to 2013 at TATA Consultancy Services Ltd. Eric was Head Continental Europe for Engineering and Industrial Services and Head Strategic Accounts later on.

Eric comes with a 22 years industry experience where business meets information technology. He has worked with global companies in the context of digitisation and global delivery. He is an expert for global delivery models, collaboration and client experience.

 

Before joining AXA Winterthur as Vice President in In-house Consulting in 2001 Eric was living and working in Germany. From 1993 he was a management consultant in association with BDO Germany mainly in the manufacturing and retail industry. 1995 he co-founded TSI Software AG, Munich, developing company of the ERP software Advance where he was member of the Board responsible for External Services until 2001.

Eric holds an Executive MBA degree from University of Zurich. He is a certified Power Messaging™ Trainer. Eric serves as an expert for business plan evaluation at Zurich University of Applied Sciences.

Eric is married and lives with his wife Elvira and their twin girls Tina und Rachel near Zurich. Eric is a keen runner and skier.