Make Your Business Weather Resilient with the new Weather Connector in IBM Cloud Pak for Integration

When:  Jul 1, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 10:30 AM (ET)
Associated with  App Connect
Webinar Summary

Weather impacts every business every day. In fact, research shows that unexpected weather disrupts the operating and financial performance of 70% of businesses worldwide*. Join us for this webinar and learn how to use the new Weather Connector included in IBM Cloud Pak for Integration to make your core business operations more weather resilient. We will share examples of integrating weather intelligence into your mission critical applications to improve customer satisfaction, extend asset life, increase product sales, improve worker safety and more.

Mithun Katti
Mithun Katti
Offering Manager, IBM Application Integration
IBM Cloud and Cognitive Software

Mithun Katti is an Offering Manager in IBM Application Integration. He has around 12 years of experience in integration domain. Mithun has Offering Management responsibility for IBM App Connect for Healthcare and Manufacturing, and focuses on connectivity needs to emerging SaaS ecosystems. By teaming with industry specialists from across IBM, he defines and manages the delivery of key product capabilities to enable our customers to address and overcome their integration challenges.

Chris Manzeck
Chris Manzeck
Sales Engineer - The Weather Company
IBM Global Markets - Cognitive Solutions Unit Industry Platforms

Christopher Manzeck is a meteorologist and sales engineer for The Weather Company, an IBM Business. He holds a bachelor's degree in Meteorology from UW-Madison and has been obsessed with the weather his entire life. He often takes vacations just to go storm chasing in the spring during peak severe weather season. Christopher specializes in helping businesses of all types realize the value (especially in the Insurance and Transportation verticals) of The Weather Company's data and offerings by providing meteorological and analytical expertise and technical guidance.