With 20 years of experience in technology across corporations, consulting and startups, coupled with a rigorous education from the University of Chicago and MIT, he has been at the forefront of Quantum Computing.
He started his own consulting business in 2009, a healthcare startup that won accolades, one of the first A.I. product companies and IBM Watson Top 20 partners. He has personally worked with CEOs of Fortune 500 companies in Europe, Asia and the USA. Andre consulted with world leading companies on how to optimize their IT, implement new technologies, optimize logistics processes, define and enter new products and new markets. And always using rigorous methodologies such as economic analysis, growth hacking, SCRUMS, Lean Six Sigma and many others. A career spent with some of the brightest minds from around the globe.
Today he leverages this experience, education and knowledge to tackle the biggest technological shift since mankind invented electricity – Quantum Computing. To this shift, he brings his unique experience and business perspective. What is it and how does it work? What works in the real world? What does it mean for your strategy? Career? Future?
Andre has been featured in Forbes, The New York Times, Popular Science and many other publications.
Andre has presented, spoken and keynoted at large 50,000 attendee conferences, on live TV as well as for various c-level executive groups. He currently speaks on the following topics:
Current quantum computing use cases and what it means for business over the near future
What business problems quantum computing will be able to solve, and which not
State of quantum computing and what it means for your business – why you are missing the quantum computing train and what to do about it
Andre believes that as a society, economy and individuals we are faced with the most significant paradigm shift since the beginning of our existence. And we are not talking about politics, culture or other important aspects of our society. We are talking about fundamental shifts to our way of living and working – technology, globalization, our environment – all of them have achieved a “speed of acceleration” (thank you Thomas Friedman) that leaves our petty mortal human brains dead in the dust.
The way you, I and everybody else work today is inadequate and unsustainable. Yes, no matter your industry or function, if you don’t fundamentally change the way you understand business, manage your operations and get your work done, you will become obsolete by 2025.
Quantum Computing, a transformative technology, is coming to market fast. QIS is challenging to experts to understand and explain, yet, if you and I, mere business folks, fail to grasp it, we will not be able to compete.