Dr. Thomas Keil
Manager, Field Marketing
Dr. Thomas Keil is a specialist for the impact of technology on business models and on society in general. He covers topics like Digital transformation, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence & Ethics.
He has a wide range of experience in all aspects of B2B marketing, including content marketing, direct marketing, public relations, media, online, event, branding, pre-sales, and across strategic, tactical, and operational issues.
He has international experience across Europe, including Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Thomas’ specialties are developing concepts, and then putting them into work.
Besides his work as Regional Marketing Director at SAS in Germany, Austria and Switzerland he regularly is invited to conferences, workshops and seminars. He serves as advisor to B2B marketing magazines and in program committees of AI-related conferences. Dr. Thomas Keil 2011 came to SAS. Previously, he worked for eight years for the software vendor zetVisions, most recently as Head of Marketing and Head of Channel Sales.
|2020||Visions on AI |
(Host and moderator)
|SAS Forum digital, online||SAS|
|2019||Artificial Intelligence – Status Quo||MS Wissenschaft, Mannheim||Ministry of Science, Germany|
|2019||Predictions with Big Data||ntv business session, Vienna||IP (media)|
|2019||Analytics & Data for Good||Meetup, Frankfurt||Frankfurt Data Science|
|2018||Big Data – new approaches for marketing intelligence||Marketing intelligence congress, Heidelberg||SVP consulting|
Topic table host
|Market Intelligence Congress||SVP Consulting in Heidelberg|
|2017||Big Data Analytics - using data for predictions|
Speech and discussion
|Digitalcity / Digitalitat@Heidelberg||City of Heidelberg|
|2017||How digitization changes our lives|
Speech and discussion
|Hotel Leonardo Royal||Womens Business Club Mannheim|
|2016||All about Software? Recent developments for Competitive Intelligence|
|Desin4mation - The Next Level. Berlin Quadriga Forum||German Association of Competitive Intelligence|
|2016||Predictive Analytics - predictions with Big Data|
Opening keynote at 6th forum of German Association for information science
|Frankfurt a. M., Guesthouse of University of Frankfurt||German Association for information science|
|2016||Managing different kinds of data. Contribution to the Digital connected public relations workshop||Academic society for management & communication and University of Munster, Berlin||BITKOM Service Gesellschaft|