Claus Michael Sattler is a consultant, interim manager, author, keynote speaker and university lecturer on the following topics:
IT infrastructure management – data centers, cloud technologies, applications, databases and networks as well as vertical and horizontal IT integration
OT integration – digitization, digital transformation, Industry 4.0, reference architecture model Industry 4.0 (RAMI 4.0), Industrial Internet of Things
Data analytics – data warehouses, data lakes, data virtualization, enterprise data fabric and smart data fabric, and artificial intelligence (AI)
The trained master bike and motorbike mechanic and business administration graduate has been dealing with general data processing, now called IT, since 1978. In 1992, the first project was added in which machine data had to be automatically recorded and automatically evaluated, which is now called OT integration. In 2003, the third topic, data analytics, came back into his life. In 1988 and 1989 he taught SPSS Advanced Statistics as a Cologne business administration student and research assistant at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms University in Bonn and used SPSS for analyzes within the framework of customer satisfaction management at a management consultancy in Cologne and Paris.
Claus Michael Sattler lectured as a lecturer as part of the international EMBA course at the International Graduate Center (IGC) of the Bremen University of Applied Sciences and as a guest lecturer at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne, Switzerland, and at the WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management in Vallendar, Germany.
On a voluntary basis, Claus Michel Sattler was the founder, president and chairman of the International Unicenter Usergroups Association (IUUGA) and the German-speaking Unicenter User Group (DUUG) and in this function represented over 30,000 user companies worldwide in relation to the software development of Computer Associates (CA). In this context, since 1992 he has been involved with the integration of non-IT systems, such as air conditioning, escalators, elevators, personal isolation systems, fire alarm systems in network and system management systems, such as Unicenter TNG from CA.