Jeremiah Stone

As General Manager, Industrial Data Intelligence, GE Intelligent Platforms Software, Jeremiah Stone is responsible for identifying and evolving architectures and solution offerings that leverage GE’s innovation in analytics, digital and the Industrial Internet. Jeremiah was previously Vice President Natural Resource Industries and Sustainability Solutions at SAP, where he was responsible for strategy, market research, investment cases and development for SAP’s Sustainability, Oil and Gas, Chemicals, Mill Products and Mining industry portfolios. Additionally, Jeremiah was a leader within SAP’s cross-functional adoption of Lean and Agile software development as well as continuous improvement of solution and system oriented design. Prior to joining SAP Labs Jeremiah started his career as a programmer and systems administrator with the National Center for Atmospheric Research. Jeremiah is a graduate of the University of Colorado's Mathematics program, Summa Cum Laude, is an inventor or co-inventor of multiple U.S. patents and several publications.

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Rethinking Data Management and the Cloud: Wing-to-Wing Analysis, Part 2

In my previous blog on rethinking data management and the cloud , I covered the powerful outcomes of leveraging the data value chain from the control system to the cloud. That is just the start; there are other possibilities starting to emerge as well. As we start to facilitate a greater and greater flow of data and the right data into the cloud, we’re starting to analyze, and our ability to ask “what-if” questions really goes up. Because we’re...

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Rethinking Data Management and the Cloud: Horizontal Data Value Chain, Part 1

Like our customers, there’s a lot we’re learning as we redefine GE as a data-driven business. Among other things, we are deploying data management, predictive analytics, and advanced control systems across all of our businesses. To me, this is incredibly exciting; at GE, we’re not just selling software solutions, but also utilizing these new technologies in our own plants and facilities to drive operational improvements and increase productivity...

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