Jonas studied mathematics and computer science at the University of Cologne, where he implemented the first massively parallel Linux cluster and worked on the implementation of integer linear optimization methods. At the height of the dot-com bubble at the end of the 1990s, Jonas entered the telecommunications industry as a developer, first designing and implementing software for network-side billing of German national soccer league broadcasts. He later deepened his knowledge in the area of network analysis and management and
was part of the founding team of a start-up that enabled him, among other things, to take several trips to India. Jonas joined BCG Platinion at the end of 2001 and advises our clients with a focus on IT strategy, IT architecture, and IT governance / processes. Until 2005, he first worked on projects in the insurance and banking sector, then helped to build up our Telecommunications practice area. Since 2010, he has led our activities in the consumer goods and retail sectors.