Stefan Burghardt

"Digital technologies are changing the world. It's extremely important - and exciting - to help companies seize their opportunities."

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"Digital technologies are changing the world. It's extremely important - and exciting - to help companies seize their opportunities."

The wind on his face, the next bend already in view - if Stefan wants to relax on the weekend, then he is often drawn to the country roads in the Eifel or the Bergisches Land by motorbike. "The happiness of this earth lies on the back ... of my KTM" Stefan would formulate, whereby he as an enthusiastic rider also appreciates the back of the horses. In general, it seems to him that leisure activities that are fast and fast-paced in some way or other, such as snowboarding or squashing with colleagues, in addition to motorcycling and riding, are his favourite pastimes. At GAMBIT, Stefan began his training as an IT specialist in application development in 2005 and subsequently completed a bachelor's and master's degree in business informatics part-time. Since 2018 Stefan is responsible for Connectivity + Development at GAMBIT.

As Head of Connectivity + Development, Stefan Burghardt is responsible for building integration scenarios, developing customer-specific applications and creating migration and transformation tools. He is also responsible for new technologies such as AI and developments in the cloud.

Stefan`s working areas

ZF: Data Extraction and Interface Implementation

In a pilot project with ZF Friedrichshafen, Stefan created data extractors, implemented interfaces for the validation of document information - and thus launched the cancellation assistant of Nooxit GmbH.

Lohmann: SAP S4/HANA Implementation

For Lohmann GmbH & Co. KG, Stefan developed a multi-layer IT architecture model and the design of an SAP S/4HANA Global Template.

Dalli-Werke: Introduction of SAP WM

Stefan and his team mastered a project for Dalli-Werke: In Flörsheim, the production process, including all support processes, was restructured and the material flow completely redesigned.

Oerlikon Textile: Spin-off in Chemnitz

In the course of a carve-out, Stefan took care of the development of migration and transformation tools to delete unsold master data and transaction data.