Thorsten manages an industrial sector
segment for IBM in Germany. He has a deep understanding of the key marketplace
opportunities and challenges facing industrial manufacturers. He consults
extensively with senior executives as they look to digitize, optimize and
transform their organizations, manufacturing and business models applying
leading edge technology around Watson/AI, cloud, analytics and mobility.
Through global relationships, market expertise and deep industry insights,
Thorsten helps firms improve product development, enhance collaboration,
increase speed to market and reduce costs to sustain operational excellence and
profit in today’s highly competitive marketplace
Thorsten has spent more than 20 years
assisting companies in their use of information technology to solve their
business problems and gain competitive advantage. In his previous
executive roles he led globally the Watson IoT for Manufacturing solution
portfolio, he led IBM Electronics business in Europe and before that he led the
operations and supply chain practice within IBM’s center of competence for the
Thorsten became member of the IBM
industry academy in 2016, IBM’s group of most eminent and innovative industry
visionaries. He is also an active conference speaker and an active member of
the council of Supply Chain Management (CSCMP) in Europe.
He holds an Masters degree for
Mechanical Engineering from the Technical University of Dortmund and a Masters
degree in Industrial & Systems Engineering from the Georgia Institute of
Technology in Atlanta, USA.
Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Thorsten.
·How IBM apply technology to their manufacturing operations
·AI and blockchain technology through the supply chain, logistics, demand planning, optimization, HR, finance
·What value can technology deliver to your operations?
·How can you apply new technology?
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