Partner, McKinsey & Company, Stuttgart, Germany
Why you should listen
Florian Niedermann is a Partner at McKinsey’s Stuttgart office where he accompanies his clients in strategic issues like the subsequent assessment of technologies and helps them plan and implement their long-term transformations.
As an expert in IT transformations, processes and analytics, he advises health insurance companies and insurers along the entire value chain. His focus is on technology-oriented topics: omnichannel strategies and digitization of customer travel, digitalisation of supply, IT architecture design, and process automation.
He studied Business Informatics at the Universities of Stuttgart and Western Ontario as well as Mathematics at the Fernuniversität Hagen. His PhD in Data Mining / Statistics dealt with process automation based on analytical models.
Meet Florian at Worldwebforum 2020 where he is a Digital Health Track Speaker.
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Dr. Florian Niedermann is a partner and manages McKinsey’s technology activities in the healthcare sector worldwide from Germany. As an expert for IT transformations, processes and analytics, he advises health insurance companies along the entire value chain.
The focus is on technology-oriented topics: Omnicanal strategies and digitalization of customer travel, from digitalization of care to IT architecture design and process automation.
He studied business informatics at the Universities of Stuttgart and Western Ontario as well as mathematics at the Fernuniversität Hagen. His doctorate in data mining/statistics dealt with the topic of process automation on the basis of analytical models.