Managing Director & Partner
Andreas Lundmark is the Nordic Head of BCG GAMMA, Boston Consulting Groups’s AI and advanced analytics arm. He also co-leads the firm's work in AI at scale globally.
Within BCG GAMMA, Andreas works with clients on conceptualizing, designing, and developing custom AI solutions that transform client decision-making processes and workflows. He is committed to helping clients implement end-to-end industrialization and AI use cases to drive real value, including change management and capability building in data and digital platforms, as well as Analytics Centers of Excellence. Andreas has led AI solution developments in pricing, supply chain, telco operations, call centers, and social media analytics.
Andreas regularly advises leadership teams, CDO CDAOs on data topics such as strategy, governance, platforms and operating models – including responsible use of data and AI. He is a core group member of the Technology, Media & Telecommunications, Corporate Development, and Principal Investors & Private Equity practices at BCG, and is an expert in various topics in media and telecommunications, including OTT (over-the-top), pay-TV, and entertainment and cinema.
Before joining the firm, Andreas was a project manager in the telecommunications industry. He also has previous experience in the IT and software space.
Adoption of artificial intelligence is growing rapidly in a majority of Nordic companies. Yet while momentum abounds, scaling up with also require tackling several key challenges.
The Swedish film industry is undergoing tremendous changes, and the importance of digitization is more tangible than ever. Consumers are embracing new ways to watch films, causing both opportunities and challenges for the film industry.
The development of the Swedish economy and the country's ability to remain competitive, are largely dependent on how well Sweden can leverage digitization and technology to drive economic growth and job creation.
This report highlights the importance of digital infrastructure investments for Sweden. It also explains Facebook’s rationale for deciding to build its first non-US data centers in Sweden.
The interest in film is greater than ever in Sweden, and the range of new digital services keeps expanding. The average Swede consumes about 80 films per year, with TV as the primary medium.