København - 12 Oct 2015: IBM today announced Henrik Bodskov as General Manager for IBM Denmark. Mr Bodskov has a substantial IBM background, leading several strategic transformation and digitalisation projects for financial and public sector clients in Denmark. Mr Bodskov was previously Vice President, IBM Denmark and Global Project Executive for a major financial institution client. He joined IBM in 2002 through the acquisition of PwC Consulting, which he joined in 1989.
Henrik has held several regional senior management positions including leading IBM’s financial sector consulting practice in the Nordics and, as head of IBM Denmark strategic outsourcing business. Henrik has been a member of the IBM Denmark executive team since 2011.
Prior to joining IBM he gained significant experience in the IT and consulting industry with PwC Consulting, where he was appointed partner in 1999.
Commenting on his appointment, Henrik Bodskov, General Manager for IBM Denmark said: “This is an exciting time to take on this leadership role as IBM ushers in the era of Cognitive Business. At IBM, we’re helping our clients take advantage of new capabilities across data, analytics, cloud, mobile, social media and the Internet of Things. With Cognitive Business we can help clients to harness these capabilities to make sense of the flood of data they are facing, predict outcomes and take action to transform their businesses for competitive advantage."
Guido Bartels, General Manager, IBM Nordic added: "Throughout his career, Henrik has worked closely with many leading Danish companies. He has a deep understanding of the Danish commercial environment and has been highly successful in leading complex transformation initiatives for many IBM clients."
Henrik holds a Master's degree in Strategy, Analytics and Management from Copenhagen Business School, where he is a guest lecturer. He also holds a graduate diploma in management from Scandinavian International Management Institute. Mr Bodskov will be based at the IBM Denmark headquarters in Holte, Denmark, replacing Lars Clausen, who has left IBM to pursue other interests.