Associate Professor Doctor of Philosophy Kamen Boyanov Spassov

Associate Professor Doctor of Philosophy Kamen Boyanov Spassov

 

Kamen Boyanov Spassov

Dr. Spassov is an ICT professional with international experience. He has a unique blend of business and technical background with key strengths as an analytical and strategic thinker who is a creative, result-oriented leader.

Dr. Spassov is Head of Master Degree Program “e-Business”. He is interested in e-government/e-governance, information security, sales and marketing, and management. He has international experience working in Bulgaria and USA for international and transnational companies. He also gained experience in IT and Web consulting and research projects at local and international level. Dr. Spassov has an international exposure delivering training and presentations in Czech Republic, Ireland, and Korea.

Dr. Spassov graduated with International Master of Business Administration from the University of South Carolina, Moore School of Business, USA in cooperation with Wirtschaftsuniversität, Wien, Austria. Mr. Spassov also holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy - Sofia in cooperation with Technical University - Sofia.

Mr. Spassov has more than 20 scientific and more than 100 other publications.

 

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Mobile Phone: +359 898 422 585
E-mail: kspasov@fmi.uni-sofia.bg

Courses

  • Business Intelligence (BI)

    Целта на BI курса е да даде на студентите необходимият минимум от познания в управлението на фирмените ресурси и методологията за създаване на бази данни (BI квалификация) u да се усвои общата и подробна софтуерна и хардуерна архитектура на процесите във фирмения бизнес. Също да се изградят умения за рутинна навигация в глобална BI системата за обучение с цел взимане на стратегически решения.

  • Customer Relatonship Management (CRM)

    Целта на курсa е да запознае студентите с основните принципи на управлението на взаимоотношенията с клиенти (CRM).

Publications