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Focusing firmly on growth: Klaus Stöckert is new CEO of Technogroup
The expert in IT and digitalization looks back on many years of senior IT management experience and is committed to increase market penetration and market share for DACH’s leading third party maintenance provider
Klaus Stöckert has been appointed as the new CEO and chairman of the executive board of Technogroup. He succeeds Dr. Ralf Dingeldein, who had been leading Technogroup since 2017 and will leave the company to pursue new opportunities outside of Technogroup. The advisory board thanks Dr. Dingeldein for the constructive co-operation throughout this period.
Klaus Stöckert has many years of management and CEO experience in IT and telecommunication technology as well as first experience in key account sales. As CEO of Unify Germany, formerly Siemens Enterprise Telecommunications, he turned the international IT market leader into a successful software and service company.
“The irreversible trend towards digital transformation affects all businesses and, as a consequence, IT infrastructure and data centre services have become even more mission-critical” says Klaus Stöckert. “Technogroup’s is ideally positioned to benefit directly from this trend and we will continue to build on our position as the leading third party maintenance provider in the German-speaking region. A firmly embedded culture as a “Mittelstand” company, our highly motivated and qualified employees, efficient processes as well as a high level of technological expertise will drive our continued success in the future”.
Founded in 1990, Technogroup is a well-diversified third party maintenance service provider with a unique competence in IT-systems and hardware in data centers. About 4,700 customers benefit from a densely structured service network through the German speaking regions, a dedicated service team, reliable and seamless service quality as well as constantly expanding technology know-how. At the beginning of 2019, the company took an additional step towards international expansion with the takeover of the Polish maintenance provider CPU Service.
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