Hermann Hänle

Hermann Hänle

Hermann Hänle (43) ist Senior Manager im Sales Marketing Automotive der T-Systems International und Experte für das Themenfeld Digitalisierung und Automotive. Er hat an der Universität Stuttgart technische Betriebswirtschaft mit Vertiefung Fahrzeugtechnik studiert und während seines Studiums zudem einen European Master of Business Science erworben. Bereits als Student arbeitete er in verschiedenen Positionen bei Daimler, Porsche, Festo u.a. auch in Mexiko und Frankreich. Bei der Deutschen Telekom startete er im internationalen Audit-Team. Seine Stationen führten ihn über das Service Delivery Management für die Mercedes-Benz Bank ins Marketing zu Market Intelligence. Mittlerweile verantwortet er das Sales Marketing für Automotive-Themen und hat dabei immer den Blick auf aktuelle Trends und Tendenzen.

2. May 2018 0
Automotive
Hermann Hänle

Digitalization up close

Keyboards, screens, flashing lights and robots everywhere – if Lieutenant Commander Data were to appear around the corner, the feeling of being at a sci-fi convention would be complete. In actual fact, I’m at the Hannover Messe (HM) trade fair.   The rumors of CeBIT's decline have grown louder over recent years and, despite its renaissance in June, the word from insiders behind closed doors is that HM is the new CeBIT. Of course, this may have something to do…
11. April 2018 0
Automotive
Hermann Hänle

Automobile meets IT – a real-world glimpse

  There's a good reason why automotiveIT markets its congress as the industry's top event. Automobile manufacturer CIOs gave visitors some very interesting insight into their strategies and current initiatives at this year's congress, which took place on 22 March in Berlin. Naturally, today's most relevant topics dominated the discussions: self-driving cars, integrated mobility, artificial intelligence, blockchain and robotics. It was the perfect illustration of the interface between the automotive industry and IT.   Interesting insights where IT and the…
9. March 2018 0
Automotive
Hermann Hänle

Built for Speed

Can you think back and remember – your first Auto Quartet game? “280 kilometers per hour – wins!” We admired the “fastest cars in the world” with melodious names such as Ferrari, Bugatti and Lamborghini, which we would never actually see in real life. By now, I rarely come across discussions about “well, how fast does it run?” Maybe it’s my own doing that not a single car dealer has wanted to sell me a car based on its maximum…
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