Ewelina Obrzut

Global Head of Professional Services, Cloud
Ewelina is the Global Head of Professional Services at Portfolio BI. She is a proven IT leader with over 15 years of experience in IT Portfolio, Program, and Project Management across various sectors.

At Portfolio BI, Ewelina provides leadership to teams responsible for scoping and delivering projects, ensuring they are commercially robust and setup to ensure client goals and expectations are met.

Ewelina holds a Masters Degree in International Business Relations and Management at the Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie and a Postgraduate Diploma in Technology Management from The Open University.

Blog Posts

Why 2024 is the year to invest in your cloud security

As with all periods of growth and innovation that arise from digital transformation, comes great challenges therefore we are offering a free-of-charge security review of company’s Microsoft 365 environments as part of our Cloud Security Advisory Services for both clients and non-clients for Q124.

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The case for technology outsourcing grows stronger

Sparked by a combination of growing institutional investor demands, increased regulatory reporting and escalating operational complexity, fund managers are having to make continuous improvements to their in-house technology.

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Cloud Adoption Decision-Making: Rehost, Refactor or Rebuild?

There are three key ways to handle your cloud strategy or cloud migration: rehosting, refactoring or rebuilding (rearchitecting). To steer you in the right direction, let’s examine them

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Demand for cloud services is growing; the focus now needs to be on cloud security.

The appetite for cloud-based services is increasing exponentially among financial institutions as organisations look to capture cost synergies, obtain scalability and ensure better business continuity in their operations.

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Cloud computing unlocks opportunities for asset managers

Cloud-based technologies confer on asset managers a number of operational and strategic benefits at a time when their margins are being badly squeezed.

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