May 8, 2019
Nordic Polarion User Day 2019
Unleash the full power of Polarion!
Unleash the full power of Polarion!
Come and learn how to utilize your Polarion to the max. Sharing tried solutions and case studies with peers will give you a chance to boost your ways of working.
What others said about 2018 event
|“This was overall a very good day. Interesting cases… more of this!!”||“I got answers that I could not have gotten anywhere else.”||“Very well organized event, thank you!”|
|“Excellent practical presentations.”||“Thank you for an interesting day!”||“Great chance for networking.”|
- See interesting and practical solutions from other organisations
- Hear what’s coming in future Polarion releases
- Get a chance to influence Polarion development via feedback and discussion
- Participate in discussions about solutions
- Get advice from experts
- Network and share ideas with peers
Digi Punk Rocker / Senior Advisor and digitalization leadership expert at Sofigate
Timo boldly questions organizations’ customary practices and brings new modern options to the discussion. He is also a published author of leading digital transformation. Timo believes the most competitive companies in 2020s have dynamic capabilities for continuous business transformation.
Technical Product Manager at Siemens PLM Software
Radek is an experienced Technical Product Manager with a demonstrated history in software lifecycle management. His savviness in the market, technology, and processes built up during his journey with Polarion ALM is leveraged every day in helping teams deliver better products.
Information Architect at Scania
Jonas works with supporting the harmonization of ISO 26262 and functional safety work at Scania. He is improving on current frameworks, processes and methods to enable efficient design and analysis of future autonomous systems. This requires not only expert knowledge within the area, but also a visionary mindset for the future.
Engineering Planner at Wärtsilä
Matias has been working with engine control SW development for Wärtsilä engines for 10 years. In that position he has used Polarion for requirements management, release management, task management and order intake since 2012. Now, as an engineering planner, he is responsible for managing product development plans for the world’s most efficient 4-stroke engines. Currently he is heavily involved in rolling out Polarion as a task management tool in Wärtsilä’s R&D organisation.
Per Anders Stenberg
Project Manager at Storstockholms Lokaltrafik
Per Anders is a project manager with long experience of large and complex projects. Currently he is working as a consultant for Storstockholms Lokaltrafik and has been involved in implementing Polarion as a solution for Project Risk Management. Developing and managing requirements and system documentation in collaboration with different organizations and cultures are some of his key skills.
Process Development Manager at Planmeca
Jonas focuses on improving processes such as Software Validation, Quality Management, Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs at Planmeca. He is also a Certified QMS Lead Auditor and has extensive knowledge of standards and regulations like ISO 13485, ISO 14971, European Medical Device regulations and FDA requirements.
Requirement Specialist at DeLaval
Dan has always been heavily involved in different aspects of writing – from theses, short stories and some poetry to technical documentation, requirement specifications and web programming. His creativity, language skills, analytic approach and sense for structure are major assets in his current role at DeLaval as lead Polarion administrator, requirement analyst, and data and reporting specialist.
Software Developer at Fastdev
Andrei has been working as a software development engineer with over 11 years of practical experience in the development of enterprise level applications. Now he works for Scania as a consultant in Jonas’s team, working on a dynamic table editor for the Polarion system.
Registration & Breakfast
KEYNOTE – Faster Development Cycles and Disruptive Business Models
SIEMENS – Polarion Vision and Roadmap for 2020
SCANIA – Advanced review functionality
SCANIA – User interface for advanced table editing
WÄRTSILÄ – Accelerating a way of working culture change using Polarion
SL – Risk Management, Scripted fields to calculate risks
PLANMECA – Product Safety Risk Management with Polarion
DELAVAL – Reporting, KPIs and data analysis with Polarion
SIEMENS – New features of Polarion 19
After Event (participation fee 45€)
Dinner, Drinks and lively discussion
Organizer Contact Info
+358 50 522 8010
The Aviapolis Business Park offers a beautiful setting for companies in the core of the fast-evolving Aviapolis area right next to the airport. You are quickly connected to the whole world with your own office in an international and vibrant atmosphere. The business park is home to thousands of interconnected professionals who enjoy networking at the many business events organized by Technopolis.
Coming from Abroad or outside of the Capital Region?
Schedule for the event is planned with the flight schedules in mind.
You can catch an early morning flight from Stockholm or Copenhagen and make it to the event
as the venue is located right next to Helsinki Airport – taxi ride takes 5 minutes.
Special deal for accommodation from 7th to 9th of May from Break Sokos Hotel Flamingo
very close to the venue with reservation code: BALMDAY
Contact us directly:
+358 50 522 8010