Do your Teams Deliver Software or Value?
In the dynamic environment of SaaS companies, addressing software complexity is paramount for engineering leaders. Subsequently, the emphasis shifts from simple software delivery to generating genuine value. This session by George Nikolaropoulos, SVP of Engineering at GWI will highlight user-centric development, agile methodologies, and data-driven decision-making as essential for delivering not only software but also substantial, enduring value to users.
George Nikolaropoulos
George Nikolaropoulos
SVP of Engineering, GWI
Thursday, May 30, 2024
10:45 -
11:05 EEST
Team Management


George Nikolaropoulos
SVP of Engineering, GWI

Accomplished architect and team leader who inspires innovation and drives success and growth. Has a background in banking, insurance, maritime, and marketing research industries. Always interested in product development, tech strategy, and artificial intelligence. Passionate about creating a culture of trust, collaboration, and creativity with a focus on making customers' lives better.

Currently focused on growing and leading engineering teams that create products normal people find impossible, deliver on time, and show respect.

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