Storm Anderson, Partner and Practice Architect, Kumo Partners
Storm Anderson is a founding Partner and the Practice Architect of Kumo Partners, a consulting firm specializing in delivering enhanced ROI via low code solutions. Storm spent years cutting his teeth delivering SharePoint-based solutions for Fortune 500 clients at Perficient before recognizing the value of Office 365’s low code platform when it was launched in late 2016 and leaving Perficient to form Kumo Partners. Storm is currently one of the leading voices in Microsoft’s low code community, and has consistently pushed the boundaries of what has been done with their platform.
Storm specializes in enhancing organizational IT roadmap and strategy via implementations of low code platforms that are often more cost effective and see process improvements much faster. In his free time (somewhat of an imaginary concept at this point) Storm enjoys playing frisbee with his dog, golfing when the weather permits, and he DJ’s on the side!
Mike Ostrowski, System Engineer, NetBrain
Mike has over 35 years of experience in a wide range of Computer Networking and has architected traditional Router/Switch Networks and Software Defined Networks. Currently, he is part of the NetBrain team that provides Network Automation for Mapping, Discovery and Automated Problem Diagnosis.
Wayne Phillips, Sr. Enterprise Architect, Mars, Inc.
Wayne Phillips is an Enterprise Architect focused on executing the Mars Enterprise Architecture Strategy to Digitally Transform its Pet Care, Mars Wrigley, Mars Food, and Mars Vet Health Business Segments by Accelerating Innovation and Simplifying how it brings value through a partner, support, and delivery optimization and standardization.
Wayne has 20+ years of experience in complex solution architectures and implementations. Focusing on e-commerce, digital marketing, CRM, Retail Execution, and cloud platforms, he specializes in aligning enterprise architecture with the organization’s mission and goals while evolving with new and emerging technologies.