Claus Neugebauer has been working in the software industry for more than 20 years with large software companies, including SAP AG. He has been holding leading positions in development, product management and strategic marketing. After he started his own business, he has been successfully serving clients in Germany, USA, Japan and the Middle East.
He has been visiting lecturer at the Institute of Engineering Psychology University of Kassel. Find part of the course material in German on the future of the human-computer-interface here.
In addition he is a honorary member of the DciF e.V. Germany. In his spare time Claus is sustaining member of the Deutsch-Amerikanisches Institute (DAI) in Heidelberg and the Zen Dojo Heidelberg
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The LPVcon GmbH is located in the beautiful city of Heidelberg, Germany. The history of Heidelberg can be traced back to roughly the 8th century. Heidelberg is world famous for its castle and the romantic Neckar valley. Its university was founded in 1386 AD and it is one of the oldest institution of its kind in Europe.
Besides the awesome beauty and history of Heidelberg, it is less than 15 miles away from the European HQ of SAP AG, where SAP R/2, R/3 and S/4 HANA were invented. More than 7000 people work on the Walldorf campus. A few 100 SAP partners have offices on the campus.
Heidelberg is also located in short driving distance to the German HQs of IBM and HP and other high tech companies in Böblingen. Heidelberg itself hosts the European Training Centre of SAS. The Software Clusters Karlsruhe and Darmstadt are home to the highest density of software companies and startups in Germany.
LPVcon, the LePrusseVolant Consulting GmbH
Represented by: Claus Neugebauer
Address: Rombachweg 5-1, 69118 Heidelberg, GERMANY.
Trade Register: Mannheim.
Corporate Domicile: Heidelberg
Sales ID Number DE266404257
Managing Director: Claus Neugebauer
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