Deutsche Hospitality is taking a further important step along its pathway to restructuring with Florian Daniel appointed to the newly created position of Chief Information Officer with immediate effect.
In his capacity as CIO, Mr. Daniel will be responsible for the areas of Commercial & Business Systems, Digital Customer Experience, Data Science & Analytics, Technology Innovation & Enterprise Architecture as well as Infrastructure & Data Security and Business Efficiency & Integration Capabilities, and advances the digital transformation of the company.
“Optimisation and digital realignment is fundamental to Deutsche Hospitality’s growth strategy,” stated Marcus Bernhardt, CEO of Steigenberger Hotels AG/Deutsche Hospitality. “Our endeavours to establish a joint IT platform together with our shareholder Huazhu and to develop new creative solutions for our partners and our guests are the logical consequence of our vision of advancing to become one of Europe’s leading three hotel companies by 2025. We are delighted to have been able to appoint Florian Daniel to the new position of CIO. He has many years of senior management experience and is also a seasoned digital expert.” Florian Daniel will report directly to Marcus Bernhardt.
Mr. Daniel was able to gain a wide-ranging knowledge of the company in his previous role as Vice President Group Information Technology. He joined Deutsche Hospitality in 2017 as Senior Director Group IT. Prior to this, he was Director world-wide IT at the international initial and continuing training provider Berlitz, where he was in charge of global operational and strategic IT for 39 countries and around 400 locations.
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