How to Transform Your Data Projects With Graph Analytics

Lars Nordwall, Chief Operating Officer, Neo4j

Thu. Nov. 10, 2016 6:30pm
New York City
Free T-shirts/swag, beer, drinks, food and more!

Lars Nordwall

Chief Operating Officer, Neo4j

How to Transform Your Data Projects With Graph Analytics

In this fun-filled event we will take a deep dive into the ways that companies across the world are using graphs to transform their digital landscape. We will start with a brief introduction to graph databases, and then move quickly into the ways in which companies are using graph technology to help make sense of their data.

At this event you will learn how graph industry experts are leveraging the power of graph databases to build the next generation of applications ranging from fraud detection, master data management, real-time recommendations, cyber-security and network and IT operations management.

Graph analysis is the single most effective competitive differentiator for organizations pursuing data-driven operations and decisions. You cannot afford to miss this epic event!

Lars Nordwall

Chief Operating Officer,

Lars Nordwall was born and raised in Stockholm, and has lived in Silicon Valley since 1998. Mr. Nordwall joined Neo Technology in early 2011 as the COO, and has transformed the company from an early stage European based start-up to one of the rising stars in Silicon Valley.

His track record includes:

  • A turn-around and transformation of Pentaho from a flat-lined struggling Business Intelligence software provider to a leader in the Big Data Analytics space; Pentaho was eventually acquired by Hitachi for $600M
  • SugarCRM where he joined as the founding VP of WW Sales, and established the firm to become one of the global SaaS CRM leaders
  • Cambridge Technology Partners (CTP), where he built his career foundation and was fortunate to experience rapid growth from 400 to 6,500 employees, transformation to one of the hottest consultancy firms in the world with a market cap over >$5B, followed by an acquisition by Novell.

Mr. Nordwall has an M.Sc. Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, a B.Sc. in Business Administration from the Stockholm University School of Business, and has completed an Executive Education Program at Harvard Business School in Boston.

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