News | June 28, 2021
Karsten Ötschmann joining the team
Zug/ Switzerland, 28.06.2021. Fusion Consulting AG, one of the top digital transformation consultancies in the pharmaceutical, healthcare and life science sectors in Europe, has been able to sign Karsten Ötschmann, a highly respected advisor, as a member of its newly created Strategy Advisory Board.
The company, which implements digitalization projects for numerous corporations on the technological platform of the SAP solution portfolio, is currently massively expanding in international markets. To further support this, the Executive Board under Chairman of the Board Andreas Mueller and CEO Marcel Schretzmann is bringing strategy experts on board.
"Our goal is to significantly enhance our prominent market position as the transformation advisor to our clients in the years ahead by becoming the European leader in the pharmaceutical, healthcare and life science industries," says Fusion CEO Marcel Schretzmann.
"In this ambitious growth curve, we are benefiting from the broad management experience Karsten Ötschmann had gained in various management roles in consulting over the last 25 years," says Chairman of the Board Andreas Müller.
Karsten Ötschmann adds: "Since our time together at Lodestone, I have always followed the development of Marcel and Andreas in Fusion Consulting. I am really looking forward to this task as a member of the strategic advisory board to support the success story of Fusion Consulting with my experience and expertise in the future."
Karsten Ötschmann has more than 25 years of experience at various management and IT consultancies. For instance, he worked at several management positions at J&M and Lodestone, Infosys Lodestone/Infosys Consulting and most recently at PwC. His expertise includes go-to-market strategies and technology-based business transformation.
Fusion Consulting was founded in 2012 and has currently approximately 300 employees in 15 overseas offices worldwide. The four leading regional hubs are in Zurich, Dallas, Singapore and Shanghai. Development centers are in Poland, Portugal, India, Spain and Malaysia.