Omnitas Event:
The future of work management
Sweden edition

In partnership with and Make, Omnitas is taking the future of work management on a road trip through Sweden. Come join us in Stockholm, Malmö or Göteborg. Whether you’re just exploring your options or are a valued client, this future of work management event is your gateway to transformative business solutions and insights. 

Event partners

the future of work management mingle stockholm

Save the date: 16th - 19th of April

Exclusive free on-site event with guest speakers, hands-on sessions, live demos and support sessions, mingling, food, and drinks.

Stockholm – 16th of April, Usine, Södermalmsallén 36-38, 118 28, Stockholm

Malmö – 18th of April, Helio K6, Kungsgatan 6, 211 49, Malmö

Gothenburg – 19th of April, location TBA

The Agenda - TBA

The agenda will be published here shortly.

On-site support sessions and live demos

During the event, we’ll have our Customer Success Managers available for support sessions and Implementation Consultants ready for live demos and onboarding for new customers. This is a unique opportunity for current clients to get high-quality support and for new customers to get to know and try the products. Once you get your ticket to the event, you’ll receive a link from where you can book time slots for support sessions. Live demos can be booked on-site.

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the future of work management event stockholm

Event speakers

Our stage will be filled with speakers – from, Make, and current clients, to one of our own. You can expect a first-row look into the future of work management. Industry experts will share their knowledge to inspire you and your team to take the step towards a more efficient way of working.

The speakers - TBA

At the event, multiple guest speakers will share insightful use cases and ideas for more streamlined work management. They’ll all be presented here for you to get acquainted with. In the meantime, you can check out our speakers from previous events below.

Speakers at our previous events

Poppy Hannan

Lead Integration Engineer – Flydocs

Poppy Hannan is the Lead Integration Engineer at flydocs. With over 5 years of experience in the Software as a Service sector, she’s had the pleasure of delivering implementation projects to businesses across various industries. At flydocs, the in-house designed software is tailored specifically to the unique needs of the aviation industry, providing their clients with a platform that allows them to create real value from their assets.

In Poppy’s presentation, she shared how their project management process has evolved, thanks to the implementation of One of the most significant improvements they’ve seen is in their collaboration efforts. As an international and remote team, it’s crucial to work together seamlessly, and has allowed flydocs to do just that.

the future of work management guest speaker
the future of work management guest speaker from Saint Gobain

Kyle Tansill

Digital Manufacturing Solutions Architect – Saint-Gobain

Prior to leading Digital Manufacturing Strategy in Saint Gobain’s Life Sciences business unit, Kyle had 15 years of experience in electrical installation, maintenance and automation engineering. This experience, coupled with a child-like curiosity about the power of technology, has led him to drive initiatives that focus on providing value in the trenches of the shop floor. Alongside a degree in Computer Science, Kyle holds vocational qualifications in electrical installation, machinery safety, automation engineering and Agile methodology. His greatest passion now is to find a way to bind people, technology and the business to drive ‘universe-denting’ operational change over the isolated successes he has witnessed since the conception of i4.0.

At the future of work management event, Kyle guided us through their situation before, why they chose it, best practices and lessons learned. He also showed us the tools they’ve built with the help of Omnitas and went through a specific use case focusing on the usage of in Saint-Gobain’s plant in California.

Kim Elliott

Business Support Manager – Global HSE Solutions

Kim is a dedicated professional with a passion for streamlining and improving efficiency. With over 3 years of experience as a Business Support Manager at Global HSE Solutions, and a background as an Office Manager. At Global HSE Solutions, she has played a crucial role in enhancing the organisation’s productivity and effectiveness through software solutions. She is known for her ability to streamline processes, improve communication, and ensure everything runs like clockwork. One of her standout qualities is her proficiency with software solutions like She has used for over 6 years to efficiently plan and execute business processes, track progress, and increase collaboration with colleagues.

In Kim’s presentation, she explained how she integrated into the business and designed the platform to follow the Operational & Commercial processes and Client Frameworks.

the future of work management guest speaker from Global HSE solutions
the future of work management guest speakers from Homewings

Alex Martins & Carmen Pop-Tiron

Head of Finance & Head of Operations – Homewings

Carmen and Alex are a problem-solving duo who have developed various productivity solutions for businesses over the last 4 years, with a focus on accuracy, consistency and scalability.

Alex is at his best when things are not working as they should. With a degree in Economics and qualified as Change Manager and PRINCE2 practitioner, he is passionate about continuous improvement and efficiency, two areas he has been concentrating his efforts as Head of Finance for Homewings.

Carmen has studied Comparative Literature at Queen Mary, University of London, and applied her creative analysis and solution finding methods to develop “plug and play” tools for film and music festivals for the last 12 years, before joining Homewings as Head of Operations to help scale up and adapt the B2C business operations to the commercial sector.

Together they discussed how Make has helped in overhauling and streamlining business processes, from raising purchase orders to managing invoice flow, linking different platforms and documents to manage data flows and automate tasks.

Daniel Scott

Head of Business Operations – Onto

Daniel has 10 years of experience working in operational roles at UK startups. After leaving Onefinestay, he co-founded and served as COO at vacation rental management startup Airsorted (now Houst) before joining Onto to establish a high-performance Business Operations team. Daniel is passionate about using technology and operational design to better serve customers and the business, and ideally to do so at a rapid clip.

Daniel’s presentation showed how Onto used Make to build an automated invoicing process for ad hoc charges, and explained where he sees Make can offer most value to a business’s customer operations.

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the future of work management guest speaker from OVO energy

Lexi Niccolls

Creative Operations Manager – OVO Energy

Lexi is the Creative Operations Manager within OVO Energy’s Creative Studio (or as they refer to themselves: the beating heart of the Brand and Marketing department). Over the past year, Lexi has successfully managed the rollout of across the team and wider business, which has been instrumental in streamlining many of their creative and operational processes: think automated briefing forms, resource and
project management, custom workflows, and reporting.

In this session, Lexi took us through their unique setup and provided valuable insights on how OVO’s Creative team managed to bring all their operational processes under one system.