FiloProcess Event

In November 2019 FiloProcess arranged an Event at Epicenter in Stockholm. We invited two of the industry´s greatest influentials: Per Johnsson – JWI Software and  Keith Parkhouse – Alfa Laval.

At FiloProcess, we see a new era emerge where Product Information is becoming a strategic driver in the development of new business models. Our entire industry is experiencing a tangible and fast moving high technological development, a 4th Industrial Revolution. PLM as we know it is not good enough anymore. Why?

This day we shared our thoughts and discussed; how to realize the value of Product Information.

The Event was a great success and we are looking forward to see you all again, as well as many new guests! Stay tuned for more information about our next Event, Fall 2020.




Per Johnsson - JWI Software

Per has 25 years of PLM experience working as business architect and executive across Europe & Asia. The past 20 years he has been working in China following the industry from the very first implementations until today’s thought leadership. He is the founder and CEO of JWI Software based in Shenzhen, China. JWI is determined to disrupt the industry by re-architecting traditional PLM & Manufacturing software using the cloud native & microservices technology for faster Digital Transformation.

Keith Parkhouse - Alfa Laval

Keith Parkhouse is a Business Architect at Alfa Laval in Sweden.  He helped promote the need for a PLM focus at Alfa Laval and now works within the implementing program.  Previous to PLM, Keith spent 20 years in Sales and Product Management.  When not working Keith spends time with his family, walking his dog and cycling as many sportives as he can!

Bengt Sareyko - FiloProcess

Bengt has 25 years of LM experience working as a business manager and executive with various SW and Service vendors. The past 3 years he has been workings as CEO at FIloProcess AB with a clear goal to develop the leading PLM Management Consulting Firm supporting clients to Realising the Value of Product Information.