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Prof. Dr. Karin Gräslund Scientific Advisor

Wiesbaden / Germany

Experience:
12 years in IT industry
At KuppingerCole since 2015
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Roles & Responsibilities:

Prof. Dr. Karin Gräslund is a Scientific Advisor at KuppingerCole and Professor for Business and Finance Information Management at the Wiesbaden Business School of the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences Wiesbaden & Rüsselsheim. Karin´s field of expertise at KuppingerCole is focused on Management of Information Technologies for Finance and Financial Services.

Background & Education:

Prof. Dr. Karin Gräslund studied Economics and Business Information Management, followed by a Ph.D at the department of Business Information Management, Prof. Dr. Helmut Kcrmar, at Hohenheim University, Stuttgart. Her studies examined anonymity effects in computer supported teams empirically, her recent publications cover automated planning with SAP. She is member of GI and ISACA, works in Wiesbaden and lives with her family in Mannheim.

  

Areas of coverage:

  • SAP (ERP & BI, HANA, sFin resp. S/4HANA)
  • Integrated Finance on Premise and on Demand
  • Sourcing of Financial Services
  • Enterprise Performance Management
  • Digital Finance
  • Big Data

Professional experience:

Prof. Dr. Karin Gräslund is/was a member of a number of advisory boards, among others, of GEWOFAG AG, k-42 e.G, sigma-42 GmbH. With colleagues she built the IT Management Gesellschaft mbH, Stuttgart in the 90ies. Afterwards she was 7 years with SAP in consulting and finally in sales. There she held project management positions and worked as solution expert for Finance and Planning with SAP ERP and SAP Business Intelligence/Business Information Warehouse.

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