As Head of IT Advisory at BearingPoint Sweden, I enable clients to formulate a winning IT strategy, to understand and leverage their data, and to succeed with their digital transformation. Even though I focus on Public Sector, I have clients in many industries, and my team helps clients improve and transform in all industries. We cover the CIO agenda.

At the university in the 1990’s I studied international business, mathematics, and computer science. Since then, everything I have worked with in my professional carreer has been in the area where business and IT meet, which looks like a very stringent line of thought from my education to where I am today. More than anything, however, it is a representation of how business and IT has iterated towards a common area of expertise and opportunity. The latest phase of this convergence of business and IT, digitalization, takes it even further. It becomes more and more difficult to separate one from the other, to a degree where new business models and technical innovations enable and accelerate eachother seamlessly. A fascinating evolution of how we produce and consume products, services, and information – and the most interesting of times for any industry.


  • Director, BearingPoint

    2010 – Present
    Stockholm, Sweden
    Head of IT Advisory in Sweden.
  • Nordic Business Development Manager, Oracle

    2008 – 2010
    Stockholm, Sweden
    Responsible for business development and sales enablement in the Nordic region.
  • Sales Manager, Hyperion

    2006 – 2008
    Stockholm, Sweden
    Responsible for performance management and business intelligence solutions.
  • Technical Account Manager, Siebel

    2004 – 2006
    Stockholm, Sweden
    Siebel CRM technical account manager, responsible for customer success in the entire solution lifecycle.
  • Senior Consultant, Acando

    2002 – 2004
    Stockholm, Sweden
    Management consultant, mainly CRM and IT advisory in the life sciences and telco industries.
  • Consultant, Cambridge Technology Partners

    2000 – 2002
    Stockholm, Sweden
    CRM consultant in the telco industry.

Solving a very specific problem is the best way to start making big changes.

Pontus Silow