Johannes Imhof and Matthias Kläsener named managing directors of humanIT Software GmbH

Bonn, Germany. 09 December 2013 – humanIT Software GmbH, manufacturer of the analytic software InfoZoom, today announced a change in its general management. Matthias Kläsener, Vice President of Delivery (Consulting & Technology) at proALPHA Consulting AG, and Johannes Benedikt Imhof, Director of Competence Center Technology at proALPHA Consulting AG, will take over the general management of humanIT Software GmbH. With this step, the subsidiary will strengthen its ties within the proALPHA Group.

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As director of the Competence Center Technology at proALPHA Consulting AG, Johannes Benedikt Imhof (33) has headed business development for new, innovative technologies over the past three years. Under his management, he was responsible for developing proALPHA Business Cockpits for management dashboards. Prior to that, he had spent seven years working in the fields of IT consulting, consulting and project management with a focus on ERP solutions.

For the past three years, Matthias Kläsener (47) has served on the executive board of proALPHA Consulting AG, where he was responsible for business consulting and technology. Early in his career, he had worked for various system integrators and later held different management positions over the course of a decade at IBM Global
Services. There he was responsible for delivering a complete range of services from consulting to support for application services and various business solutions such as ERP, CRM, SCM, BI and DMS. Other tasks included business development and the development of ERP industry templates for the midmarket.

Imhof and Kläsener are looking forward to their new responsibilities at humanIT. “As long-time InfoZoom users ourselves, we are excited to help shape its future strategy,” explained Imhof. “InfoZoom perfectly fits in the ERP and BI portfolios of proALPHA, and we are certain that we can gain even more synergistic effects through a closer cooperation,” added Kläsener.

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