July 2022 – Agile Lab News

What’s in store  

July 2022

Welcome to the summer issue of the Agile Lab’s newsletter!

Given these hot days, we will keep it short but you will still be up-to-date about us ☀

These are exciting days for us since we are preparing our trip for Big Data London 2022! On September 21-22, Agile Lab is going to sponsor the UK’s leading data & analytics conference and exhibition, hosting leading data and analytics experts. We are going to have a talk in the Data Mesh Theatre and we hope to meet you at our stand 559! If you’d like to know more, go to the event website and reserve your ticket. It’s free!

🧳 Are you ready for your summer trip too? While packing you might want to hear about some of our success cases.

Data Mesh is not just a matter of technology or data platform, it is a process that involves all the company, working on cross-functional teams in different domains. If you want to learn more about the new paradigm and how data-driven organizations lead their Data Mesh journey, take a look at our website to listen directly from top companies, how they succeeded in their data mesh evolution.

We are always looking for the best talents on the market!
Check out our open positions and find the one that’s right for you.

Stay tuned!

Sblocca il potenziale dei Big Data!

Since 2014, Agile Lab has been creating value for its customers in data-intensive environments, harnessing the power of highly innovative technologies and enabling services.

In the article, the two founders talk about the growth milestones achieved in recent years and the collaboration with prestigious companies, such as Vodafone Automotive.
Francesco Fabrizi, CTO at Vodafone Automotive, explains how the company has accelerated its transformation by leveraging the potential of Big Data with Agile Lab.


That’s why we need to stop talking technology – and start focusing on the real value of data

Few topics have been supported and soaked so much in today’s organizations as how to best take care of their data. Business leaders are often good at talking about how the organization should make better use of its data to meet the problems it faces – but the problem is that it is often a game for the gallery. The result is frustrated IT departments that experience a lack of mandates and tools, and a company management that is eventually forced to realize that they do not operate the ship modernly.

By Paolo Platter – Agile Lab CTO & Co-founder