Enterprise Social and Business Productivity Lead
Staffan Lindö is an experienced leader in the Information- and Communication Technology industry, with 18 years’ experience from a variety of Management and Leadership positions spanning across Sales & Marketing, Business Development and Operation disciplines.
He has been taking part in several pioneering and disruptive industry development steps such as the industrialized growth and spread of Mobile Communication during his years with Ericsson as well as, pioneering Mobile E-mail and Internet developments in late 1990s working for SendIT and Microsoft where he now also holds his current position.
In the last 5 years leveraging his broad experience he has been focusing on the fast development of Business Productivity driven by the combination and convergence of Business Productivity IT capabilities and the modern internet based Multimedia assets and Social Communication trend.
He is an appreciated speaker on the topic of Business Productivity where the Social trends meet the Structural side of Big Data and Business Operations. Staffan combines real life experiences with humor and anticipation to make people think outside the box to find the next step necessary for success.
Staffan Lindö obtained his Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering and Management in 1994 from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. Since then and as part of this he has also obtained MBA classes in Quality- and Risk Management Berkeley University of California as well as Corporate Finance from University of Stockholm.
Mr. Lindö also makes himself available for industry and corporate speaking events in his current role as Enterprise Social and Business Productivity Lead for Microsoft in Western Europe.
Executive Interview — Document Imaging & Capture
Enterprise Content Management (ECM) has played a central role in Microsoft’s Business Productivity infrastructure (as part of the Unified Business Platform along with Unified Communications, Business Intelligence, Collaboration and Enterprise Search). The promise that SharePoint has delivered over the years has been about bringing ECM to the masses, or bringing organizational content to everyone. The traditional approach to content management was one where it lived in its own unique silo, and didn’t really connect or talk to anything else. Independent apps with different user experiences handled social networking and collaboration. And enterprise search would be a different experience as well. Our approach has been fundamentally different. SharePoint really brings these things together into a unified user experience that gives you the social networking and collaboration in the context of the content that is being managed.
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