Harnessing Internet of Things to accelerate digital transformation at Pitney Bowes
Learn how 96-year old company has transformed its traditional mailing business by harnessing IoT. We’ll examine the architecture used to build connected devices that adapt to emerging technology pressures with upgrade-able functionality, new interaction models and location-aware business analytics. But it is not all about technologies: IoT is a catalyst to organizational transformation.
Start the IoT journey early and architect for continuous learning, experimentation and change.
Design your products around User Experience
Look for brownfield and greenfield IoT opportunities
Utilize Cloud to accelerate implementation and build flexible and scalable IoT architecture
Build organization competencies in data analytics. Iot generated data will deliver value to the customers, enable business to make better decisions and improve operational efficiencies.
Chief Data and Analytics Officer
Pitney Bowes Inc.
Olga Lagunova is the Chief Data and Analytics Officer for Pitney Bowes. In her role, Olga enables digital transformation of PB businesses through Data Engineering and Data Science. Olga also drives the strategy and delivery for PB’s Commerce Cloud foundational technologies initiatives across Big Data, Analytics, IoT, SaaS and APIs.
Olga joined Pitney Bowes in August of 2014. Prior to Pitney Bowes Olga was SVP and Distinguished Engineer at CA Technologies where she led global engineering teams with a focus on SaaS, enterprise and mobile application development. With more than 20 years of experience, Olga’s greatest professional asset is her ability to initiate and deliver new, innovative software products while building high-performing development teams that feel valued and integral to company’s success.
Olga holds a Master of Science in Applied Mathematics from University of Moldova and Master of Business Administration from the Katz School of Business at University of Pittsburgh, where she was awarded the Vincent W. Lanfear Prize for the highest academic performance.