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Stefan Malich empowers people and organizations to reduce the complexity and risk inherent in the development of software-intensive systems by improving the way they design, evaluate and implement software architectures. This encompasses the enhancement of architecture-related methods and processes (e.g. agile architecting), the adoption of technologies (e.g. cloud computing) and application of innovative architectural patterns and designs (e.g. IoT, AI). He refers to all those activities as architectural change management.
During his career, he has gained more than 20 years of experience in strategic IT advisory, IT projects, enterprise and software architecture management. He has extensive practical experience in consulting on various large-scale projects and worked intensively with customers on innovative IT solutions. Particularly, he has a strong background on software architectures and software engineering. Thus, he has profound knowledge and experience in designing, evaluating and implementing software-intensive systems. He embraces complexity, new technologies and architectural challenges. However, he always observes new IT trends critically and puts them into perspective.
Stefan Malich worked as a scientific coworker and PhD student at the chair of business informatics and software engineering at the university of Duisburg-Essen. He received his PhD degree in business informatics in 2007.
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