Thorsten Kampp is an IT Executive with strong management, interpersonal and technical skills. He has fifteen+ years extensive knowledge and experience in software development, development processes, product/portfolio management and enterprise solutions. He is specialized in driving the development of innovative products and supporting their market entry in local and foreign markets.
His industry experience includes Healthcare, Geographic Information Systems and product line development with a special focus on sustainability.
Currently he is Head of Global Product Management at ICW AG in Walldorf. As SVP he is responsible for the global product and solution management at ICW and as such for the whole product portfolio. This includes solutions targeting Health Information Exchange, Master Patient Index, Care Coordination, Care Management and Patient Engagement. He also established and coordinates the company wide portfolio management, feature- and capacity planning. Thorsten is also board member and director of the Open eHealth Foundation. The mission of Open eHealth is to create, perpetuate, and share open source software components and tools for the healthcare ICT industry. The Integration Platform (IPF) was one of ICW’s key contributions to OeHF. Thorsten joined ICW in 2006. Previously, he had held various positions in the area of software development. He was cofounder of the software company winwalk AG that focused on a social platform driven by geographical information systems.
He studied business information science at the University Of Cooperative Education Mannheim, Germany and SAP AG, Walldorf. He is member of Gesellschaft für Informatik (Association of Information Sciences).
Personally his main interests are emerging and future technologies (e.g. ‘Quantified Self’, ‘Wearable Technologies’ and the ‘Internet of Things’) for creating intelligent, integrated solutions and convenient interfaces for people, as well as directing the big data wave in a meaningful way to ensure privacy, transparency and sustainability. He enjoys making “things”, photography, hiking, geocaching and travelling.