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Podcast: I’ve got my data to keep me warm with Michael Morton

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Nalta Podcast 46:I’ve got my data to keep me warm with Michael Morton

 

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It is time for Nalta Podcast. In today’s show we have friend of the show Michael Morton! What does it mean to be an Intelligent Business? What does it take to create a Data Culture in your business? And….. What should be your top business priorities to create value from Data in 2021.

Shownotes
Host:
Mike Veldhuis - Nalta

Guests:
Michael Morton - VP, Dell Fellow, Dell Technologies Data Strategy and Development at Dell

Music: Dean Martin - I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm

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Mike Veldhuis

Director of Sales and Marketing at Nalta Group. Mike Veldhuis is a practically minded, creative problem solver, who’s at his best when confronted with a major challenge. He has a talent for turning complicated issues into clear projects. As a partner at the Nalta Group, he focuses on marketing & sales. In this, he’s driven by two passions: IT and innovative entrepreneurship. He firmly believes that, although IT is a technical field, to develop the best solutions you have to look at the business side of every issue. His colleagues regard Mike as the key figure. He’s a born team player and believes in close co-operation with employees and customers. He’s not one to blindly embrace the latest hype or trend. In his view, flexibility is essential in the IT world. A world in which change is an absolute constant. With a background in business economics, Mike started his career in the early nineties as an IT consultant. He founded Nalta with Ralph Biesbrouck and Geert Merkelbach.