Mattias Forsberg | Executive Vice President And Chief Information Officer

Mattias Forsberg, Executive Vice President And Chief Information Officer, SAS

Mattias is since 2016 Executive Vice President (CIO) for SAS with responsibility for all strategic and operational IT and digital development. Mattias is also currently defining and implementing SAS technology innovation capabilities. Mattias is part of the SAS Group Management and is located in Stockholm, Sweden. Prior to joining SAS, Mattias was CIO at Systembolaget, the Swedish nation-wide retailer of alcoholic beverages. During 2013 Systembolaget IT was rewarded “IT Service Desk of the Year” and Mattias the “CIO of the Year 2013”, the most prominent CIO award in Sweden. Previously Mattias has also been CIO at CIO B&B Tools and strategy/management consultant at Accenture - where his duties included responsibility for Accenture’s IT Strategy Group in Sweden. Mattias has a broad strategy and management profile with focus on strategy and business development and transformation execution. During his career Mattias has worked with some of the largest companies in the Nordics/Europe as well as with start-ups. Mattais holds a Master Degree in Engineering Physics (specializing in data communication) and a Bachelor Degree in Economics from the University of Uppsala.


World Aviation Festival - 5th September @ 12:25

CIO Fireside chat: Mattias Forsberg, CIO, SAS

  • What is the potential for AI and Automation in the aviation and travel industry?
  • Differentiating yourself using digitalisation
  • Using AI to become more sustainable and cut costs

World Aviation Festival - 5th September @ 17:15

CLOSING KEYNOTE PANEL DISCUSSION: Data driven airlines – What are airlines doing to create insights that will improve the customer proposition, drive revenue and reduce costs?

  • There are now billions of data points on a day to day business – How do we retain that data to help improve the next journey?
  • How close are we to achieving a new level of data-driven collaboration across all airline functions collectively to deliver a more seamless customer experience?
  • Have we succumbed to the Googles & Amazons of this world - How will airline data fit into the travel ecosystem of the future?
  • Ultimately can new technologies and big data help reduce tight profit margins and intensify global competition?
last published: 20/Aug/19 14:25 GMT

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