Julie Toscano

Director, Hardware Integrated Systems Solutions , Sonos

Julie is currently the Director of Hardware Integrated System Solutions with Sonos, supporting hundreds of users, who use dozens of platforms to support Product Development and Operations activities. Her team has grown to support multiple data integrations and databases, joining data together from both PD and Ops to enable the business to make data driven decisions. Joining Sonos in 2018 as their Arena Administrator, she helped evolved Arena and other platforms during Sonos's transformation to a publicly held corporation. With over two decades of design experience, her knowledge of the design process has helped support the teams at Sonos today. Prior to joining Sonos, Julie held an Electrical Engineering R&D position for Hayward Industries (now Hayward Holdings), where she deployed Arena PLM for their electrical designs and change management processes. Julie is a graduate of Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and holds a BS in Electrical Engineering. She has two teenage boys and she splits her time between Boston, MA and Oak Island, NC.

Session Track:

Tuesday, May 16 11:15 AM - 11:45 AM 208

PL1340C - Sonos and Arena: An Evolution of Two Companies

Since Sonos started with Arena, they’ve grown from a startup company into a global household brand. Sonos has experienced growth, more products, increased complexity, new partners, and of course Covid. These changes have driven rethinking and redesigning product processes at Sonos and new features at Arena. Julie and Lori will take us through our journey together and lessons learned. Whether you are with a startup company or a global leader looking to bring innovative products to market faster, you will benefit from the breakout session.

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