Fabian Sempf

Principal

Education

University of Technology Darmstadt
Diploma degree in Economics and Computer Science

Fabian Sempf is a Principal at Arthur D. Little in Delhi, India. He is a member of the Technology and Innovation Management Practice, mainly focusing on Digital Transformation.

With a background in software engineering, Fabian has a deep technical understanding of innovative solutions and the IT behind them. However, since joining Arthur D. Little in 2011 in our Frankfurt office, he focused on the cultural, governmental, and processual aspects of the digital transformation. Combining these experiences, Fabian conducted many successful transformation projects in travel & transportation, telecommunications, and other industries focusing on innovation and digitalization.

Fabian holds a diploma degree in economics and computer science from the University of Technology Darmstadt and is fluent in German and English.

Recent Publications

E-mobility: Cell manufacturing in India
E-mobility: Cell manufacturing in India
India is one of the largest automotive markets in the world, with demand only expected to rise in the coming years. With government’s push and increasing customer acceptance, electric vehicles (EVs) are gaining significant traction. However, for EV batteries, India remains largely dependent on imported lithium-ion (Li-ion) cells owing to limited local manufacturing capacity and a scarcity of raw materials.
Unlocking India’s electric mobility potential
Unleashing innovation in IT
IT is still often seen as inflexible and costly Digitalization has been at the top of the strategic agenda for over a decade (see Figure 1). IT assets, and the function that manages them, are usually seen as the backbone of the digitalization effort.

Fabian Sempf is a Principal at Arthur D. Little in Delhi, India. He is a member of the Technology and Innovation Management Practice, mainly focusing on Digital Transformation.

With a background in software engineering, Fabian has a deep technical understanding of innovative solutions and the IT behind them. However, since joining Arthur D. Little in 2011 in our Frankfurt office, he focused on the cultural, governmental, and processual aspects of the digital transformation. Combining these experiences, Fabian conducted many successful transformation projects in travel & transportation, telecommunications, and other industries focusing on innovation and digitalization.

Fabian holds a diploma degree in economics and computer science from the University of Technology Darmstadt and is fluent in German and English.

Recent Publications

E-mobility: Cell manufacturing in India
E-mobility: Cell manufacturing in India
India is one of the largest automotive markets in the world, with demand only expected to rise in the coming years. With government’s push and increasing customer acceptance, electric vehicles (EVs) are gaining significant traction. However, for EV batteries, India remains largely dependent on imported lithium-ion (Li-ion) cells owing to limited local manufacturing capacity and a scarcity of raw materials.
Unlocking India’s electric mobility potential
Unleashing innovation in IT
IT is still often seen as inflexible and costly Digitalization has been at the top of the strategic agenda for over a decade (see Figure 1). IT assets, and the function that manages them, are usually seen as the backbone of the digitalization effort.

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