Asset Management Ecosystem (AME)
The Asset Management Ecosystem (AME) event will provide technology/platform agnostic insight into the complete asset management lifecycle. The program will focus on how companies can improve business outcomes by adapting a strategic asset management approach for reimagining the asset management ecosystem. From analysis and strategy to the tools and technology, this conference will cover the entire lifecycle of the asset.
Shefali Patel, Director of Strategy & Marketing, GE Digital
Shefali Patel is the Director for Marketing at GE. Her focus at GE Digital is to commercialize GE’s industrial internet applications, specifically asset performance management and drive product innovation in software and data analytics. She is a proud member of a highly talented team passionately scaling and transforming GE to become a digital industrial company. Over her five years at GE, she has held leadership roles in corporate strategy and strategic marketing for cross-industry go to market initiatives such as unconventional oil & gas, distributed power, smart grid and energy-water nexus.
Prior to GE, she co-founded a MIT spin off, Element 14, to commercialize a disruptive Silicon technology for Solar Energy applications. She received a mid-career MBA at MIT Sloan school of Management. Before joining Sloan, Shefali spent 14 years at Motorola in various leadership roles including engineering management, technology transfer and customer engagement for microprocessor & sensor solutions in automotive and telecommunication industries. She holds a B.S in Materials Science & Engineering (MIT), M.S. in Electrical Engineering (Cornell University).
John Slovensky, Product Manager for Asset Answers, Meridium from GE Digital
John joined Meridium in November of 2013 as the Product Manager for Asset Answers. He holds a BS in Chemical Engineering and an MS in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia. Before coming to Meridium, John worked in medical device research and development at the University of Virginia Medical School and separately as an independent medical device design consultant.