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.”