IT’s that simple, that’s our main objective. Our goal is to provide our customers with worry-free and simple IT – so they can focus on their core business. We have reached our goal when our customers don’t have to worry about their IT anymore.
DATAGROUP is reshuffling its Management Board for the time after Max H.-H. Schaber. Mr. Schaber will resign from office at the end of the 2022 Annual General Meeting and will stand for election to the Supervisory Board during the Annual General Meeting. Heinz Hilgert, the present Chairman of the Supervisory Board will stand for reelection. Dr. Carola Wittig will retire from the Supervisory Board at the end of the 2022 Annual General Meeting according to schedule. Andreas Baresel will succeed Max H.-H. Schaber in his role as Chief Executive Officer from the end of the 2022 Annual General Meeting.
Peter Schneck, the present Chief Officer Investor Relations, M&A and Legal Affairs will leave the company as of September 30, 2021. With effect of October 1, 2021, Oliver Thome will take office as new Chief Financial Officer. From April 1, 2022, the Board will be expanded by Dr. Sabine Laukemann as Chief Officer Human Resources, Strategy and Organization. Dirk Peters, Chief Officer Sales & Marketing since 2008, will step down from his role on health grounds as of September 30, 2021, and will retire from the Management Board of DATAGROUP SE.
With effect of April 1, 2022, the new Management Board will consist of one external and two internal candidates and will have a streamlined structure in line with the corporate size. With this extensive reorganization of the Board, DATAGROUP will set the course fo
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From its beginnings as a small Swabian company in contract software development to a listed IT service provider active throughout Germany – DATAGROUP has reinvented itself again and again in the course of its more than 35-year history. An interview with founder and CEO Max H.-H. Schaber about the history of the company.
Getting up in the morning, getting stuck in traffic on the way to work, and then spending the day in the office until it’s time to go home again in the evening – that’s what the working day used to look like for most Germans. In the spring of 2020, this changed abruptly, and suddenly what had previously been a marginal issue in many companies became possible: a comprehensive home office.
The first issue of DATAGROUP’s IT’s magazine focusses on one of our company’s core objectives: simplicity.
Learn how simplicity is lived and what competitive advantages simplicity offers in our free magazine IT’s.