Joining Netcentric with his team in 2015, Conrad’s philosophy is that good solutions are simple and robust. But he also has a liking for disruption and as CTO of Aperto, he introduced Scrum to enterprise projects. In 2006, Conrad founded his own consulting company dedicated to CQ/AEM. His work as principal architect - mostly for Day Software later Adobe - for international projects took advantage of his dedication to simplicity, consistency and cutting edge solutions. He has spent many years in the US and in Europe and is a regular speaker at technology conferences.
Rasmus has more than 20 years of experience in positions in various industries, including steel and high-tech, and now more than 6 years in IT consulting. He has always focused on IT related processes that interface between company and their end customer. Rasmus is part of Netcentric’s Business Consulting management team. He holds a diploma in mechanical engineering from ETH Zurich and an Executive MBA from WHU/Kellogg. Besides spending time with his family, he enjoys playing the saxophone and mountain sports.