Prof. Dr. Swen Schneider

Professor of Management Information Systems


Program Director Master Strategic Information Management
Managing Director ot the data driven business lab (d2b)


Dr. Swen Schneider is a Professor of Business Administration and Management Information Systems at the University of Applied Sciences in Frankfurt/Germany and is currently Dean of the Faculty of Business and Law.

His current research areas are the management of Software- and Web Engineering projects as well as E-Business and European E-Commerce/ E-Commerce Solutions, especially in the field of Mobile Internet Technologies and E-Finance.

Prior to joining the University of Applied Sciences in 2003 he worked for different international companies such as MASTERCARD, IBM as well as Commerz Systems (a former joint venture of  Steria Mummert Consulting and Commerzbank). During his professional career he gained experiences in Project Management, Requirements Engineering/Testing, Modelling Business Processes and in Sales & Business Development as well as in the field of IT- and Management Consulting.

In spring 2005 Dr. Schneider was a visiting Professor at the London Metropolitan University/UK. In spring 2006 he was a visiting Professor at the University of Wisconsin (La Crosse /USA). In 2007 he was as a lecturer at the Institute for Financial Management and Research in Chennai/India. (one of the top-ten MBA-schools in India).

Dr. Schneider graduated from the University of Trier in 1994 in Business Administration and Business Information Systems. He holds a Doctoral Degree in Management Information Systems from the Johann-Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt/Germany.

Currently he lectures courses in E-Commerce/E-Business, Business Process Modelling, Information Management, E-Finance, Business Intelligence and Innovation.

Program Director Strategic Information Management

Member of the FIBAA accreditation body

Member of the German Informatics Society (GI)

Liason Professor of a foundation of a German scholarship program for outstanding students

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