Ulrich Leutwiler (CH)
- Digital Executive and Collaboration Strategist at SBB
At the international J. Boye conference in Aarhus, Denmark you will get valuable insights on the latest digital trends and developments. The conference features 3 packed days of world class speakers and carefully crafted mix of customer stories, analyst talks and keynotes.
About Ulrich Leutwiler
As a mechanical engineer with an additional diploma in Business Information Technology, Ulrich has a wide experience in Technology and Business Processes as well. So far, he has always executed various Engagements as team leader, consultant or solution architect for larger Enterprises. Since 2002 his focused topic is the Microsoft SharePoint technology. For the last five years, he has been responsible for all NON-SAP data management systems and Collaboration at the Swiss Federal Railway (SBB). Aside Ulrich’s role as personnel manager, he ia currently involved in two projects, the introduction of Lifecycle Principles (Records Management, ECM) across all divisions of our Group and the launch of the Office 365 Suite for all users in our company as part of our digital transformation strategy. For the past two years, he has been a permanent participant of the J. Boye Collaboration Group in Zurich.
About Swiss Federal Railway (SBB)
SBB is the backbone of the Swiss public transport system, and day-to-day rail operations are the basis of what they do. SBB has been transporting people and freight for more than a 100 years. By doing so, they are making an important contribution to the quality of life and competitiveness in Switzerland. SBB wants to continue this successful story, even in times when the entire economy and society, including the mobility industry, are undergoing profound changes. They will therefore continue to fulfill their responsibility towards public transport and Switzerland in future (Digital transformation at SBB) . SBB sees digitisation’s potential primarily on three levels: improving interaction with customers, increasing internal efficiency and capacity management. Concrete digital solutions on all of these levels are managed with an overarching programme. In addition, the programme supports digital innovation and creates transparency in the company’s growing digital maturity.