Mr. Jochen Schmiedbauer is a Chartered IT Professional (CITP) and seasoned technology executive with over 18 years of experience in Data Science. He has experience pre-selling complex solutions, designing and building enterprise business solutions, managing large global technology managed services teams and project managing high-profile projects.
His recent impressive experience before joining the growing ExistBI team, includes: holding the position of a Global Solutions Architect and Atos Expert Community Senior Data Intelligence Expert and heading up the Managed Service / Product Owner Reporting division for Atos.
Happy father, nerdy geek and joyful husband. (Chartered) IT professional for 18+ years with broad interests. The main catalyst for my computer science interests was the amazing Amiga computer of the 80’s. Granted I played around on a C64 and Magnavox Odyssey², but there was (still is) something magical about the Amiga.
I have been blessed, that during my professional life, I have been exposed to a wide range of computer skills, allowing me to build a strong foundation and have in depth knowledge of many areas within IT (ranging from network engineering, architecture, data science to product ownership).
Since IT is part of my day to day life, I get to geek out on a lot of things.
Many more things are important in life than pure tech stuff of course, so I have keen interests in martial arts, philosophy, systems thinking, consciousness – , bio – , learning and general life –hacking and anything related like meditation and neuroscience.
I am a voracious reader and consume a lot of learning materials to keep my life-long-learner spirit happy and motivated.
Since an early age, nature has been a big part of my life and I am happy that I can transfer this connection to my son, considering the surrounding where he gets to grow up (small village in the middle of nature).
Some motto’s I live by:
“Absorb what is useful, discard what is not, add what is uniquely your own.”
“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”