Conversations at the Core

Thought Leadership

Conversations at the Core with Julie Penzotti

[Editor's Note] Amplero's newly launched editorial series focuses on the people who are rethinking the way brands and consumers interact.

It’s a place where core conversations are taking place on the evolution of AI and the modern enterprise and how it impacts our communities.

For our second installment of Conversations at the Core, we sat down with Amplero's VP, Customer Analytics Julie Penzotti, PhD. Julie specializes in data mining and analytics. She has 20 years experience in multiple industries including drug discovery with CombiChem, DuPont, Cerep, and Pfizer, modeling software with Rational Discovery and marketing technology with Amplero. Julie earned her PhD in Bioengineering and MS in Physical Chemistry from the University of Washington.

Julie shares her insight on everything from marketing strategy and business goal alignment, developing a diverse and inclusive mindset, and having a data science career with real business impact.

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Conversations at the Core with Bob Kelly

Amplero has launched a new editorial series focused on the people who are rethinking the way brands and consumers interact.

It’s a place where core conversations are taking place on the evolution of AI and the modern enterprise and how it impacts our communities.

Our first conversation is with Ignition Managing Partner Bob Kelly.  Bob joined Ignition in 2017, bringing more than 20 years of experience with him from Microsoft where he held a variety of positions, most recently holding the position of Corporate Vice President for the Cloud + Enterprise Business Development and Strategy team where he drove the merger and acquisition strategy and coordination of cross-division strategic planning. During his tenure, Bob played an integral leadership role in defining how Microsoft goes to market with server and cloud computing, and was instrumental in growing the Windows Server business from a relatively new product to a market leader, and helping to shape Microsoft’s $20+ billion server and tools business. He was also instrumental in the early days of Microsoft Azure, helping it grow into one of the industry’s leading cloud platforms. 

Bob recently sat down with Amplero to shares candid thoughts on everything from enterprise software to English literature. 

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