Ulrich Huggenberger founded XITASO in 2012. Previously, the graduated computer scientist worked five years as software developer and project manager with the KUKA Robot Group. For two and a half years he was manager of the engineering firm Codronic. Ulrich Huggenberger already focused on engineering software during his studies of computer sciences at the Augsburg University. Today he advises the software developers of XITASO and is in charge of the company’s strategic alignment.
In June 2014 Martin Huggenberger became the second member of the management board of XITASO. Already in September 2013, the graduate in business administration assumed responsibility for the company’s financial planning. Before that, Huggenberger was working five years as investment manager for Allianz Global Investors. During that time, he focused intensively on the evaluation of various business models and their individual prospects of success. He now deploys his comprehensive management expertise in the XITASO family business.
Since 2013, Frank Ortmeier holds the chair for Software Engineering at the Otto-von-Guericke-University in Magdeburg. His professorship’s focus is to bring software development for embedded systems and Industrie 4.0 applications on the next efficiency level. In 2016, he co-founded the XITASO Engineering GmbH, a subsidiary with the goal and the vision to become one of the leading service providers for innovative Industrie 4.0 applications, consulting and education. Ortmeier is a member in various Industrie 4.0 expert committees, spokesman if the research cluster “Centers for Digital Engineering, Management and Operations”, as well as chairperson of a variety of related research projects.
Steffen Mencke joined our management team in August 2018 as CEO of XITASO Engineering GmbH. After completing a degree in Information Technology at Otto von Guericke University in Magdeburg, Steffen Mencke went on to earn his doctorate in Software Engineering at the same institution. Following this, he worked for ten years at one of the largest European full-service providers for the energy industry. In his most recent position there, he managed the external project business in software development and was instrumental in setting up the Innovation and Business Development division. In addition to his long-standing managerial skills, he can draw on in-depth, practical experience in IT consulting. Steffen Mencke also has particular expertise in agile project management related to digitization and a service-based focus in large companies.
Jens Brunner has held the Chair for Health Care Operations / Health Information Management at the Faculty of Business and Economics of Augsburg University since 2013. The Chair is tasked with analyzing, planning and optimizing service processes using quantitative methods of operations research / management science. The main focus is placed on processes in the healthcare sector, especially in hospitals. Jens Brunner was instrumental in setting up the University Center for Health Sciences at Augsburg Clinic (UNIKA-T). The UNIKA-T, a research association of Augsburg Clinic, the Technical University of Munich and the Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich, is an important building block facilitating the study of medicine in Augsburg in the future. Brunner was appointed CEO of the newly founded XITASO Healthcare GmbH in 2016. The goal of this XITASO subsidiary is to advise healthcare providers in process management issues and to implement the results in innovative IT systems in a targeted manner. A particular focus is placed on software-based personnel scheduling in hospitals.
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