Paul Are Angell Killie - Senior Advisor at Norwegian Digitalisation Agency (Difi)
Speech: Who knows how to spend 500 BNOK per year?
With Peppol BIS (EHF) as feeder, we will collect business transactions from public procurement process. Data will be stored in a datalake, processed and delivered for use by different audiences. In addition to public users we see open data to be a huge source for Norwegian companies to build and deliver services. With the expanded use of Peppol BIS globally, the concept can easily be expanded to other countries and copied to the private sector. Starting with the Norwegian public sector, the concept has global potential.
Paul has a long carrier in the ICT industry before he joined Norwegian Digitalisation Agency. In his 28 years in IBM, he served different business responsibilities leading the public sector and software division. He has led IBM Nordic reorganization and introduced new sales procedures in IBM Europe. He worked at IBM HQ in New York as a business member in worldwide projects. In the Norwegian Digitalisation Agency, he leads adopting emerging technologies into public procurement.