K2 FastFWD User Conference 2020

  • 4/6/2020 3:00 PM (UTC)
  • 4/8/2020 3:00 PM (UTC)
  • Hyatt Regency Seattle
    808 Howell St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

We’re excited to announce that K2’s Global User Conference, is back! FastFWD, the industry’s premier enterprise low-code conference, brings together K2 power users, partners, and industry thought-leaders under one-roof.

Whether you’re new to K2’s low-code development platform, a seasoned process champion, or an IT and Ops pro looking to accelerate your business processes, FastFWD will arm you with the tools and “know-how” to make the impossible, possible. By harnessing the power of process automation, you will be able to build powerful apps that connect people, processes, and data to deliver business results and drive overall transformation.

We’ll give you everything you need to realize the transformative powers of intelligent automation, at scale over 3 insight-filled days in Seattle, WA.


Rob Koplowitz

VP and Principal Analyst at Forrester

Rob brings many years of experience in enterprise software consulting, product marketing, product management, and strategy. Prior to IBM, he was a vice president, principal analyst with Forrester where he was a leader in collaboration and enterprise social research. Before that, he was a director of product management with Microsoft, where he played a strategic role with Duet, a joint initiative brought to market with SAP. Prior to Microsoft, Rob was a senior director of product marketing with Oracle, where he focused on Oracle’s content, collaboration, portal, and business intelligence offerings. He also spent 15 years in consulting working for Lotus/IBM and other global software services firms with a focus on corporate collaboration.

Mike Walsh

CEO of Tomorrow

Mike Walsh is the CEO of Tomorrow, a global consultancy on designing companies for the 21st century. A global nomad, futurist and author of the bestselling book, The Algorithmic Leader, he advises some of the world's biggest organizations on digital transformation and disruptive innovation in this new era of machine intelligence. A prolific writer and commentator, Mike's views have appeared in a wide range of international publications including Harvard Business Review, Inc. Magazine, BusinessWeek, Forbes and the Wall Street Journal. Each week he interviews provocative thinkers, innovators and troublemakers on his podcast, 'Between Worlds'.His latest book, The Algorithmic Leader: How to be smart when machines are smarter than you, offers a hopeful and practical guide for reinventing leadership and organizations.