EASY SOFTWARE BOARD NOWOTTKA RESIGNS

The Supervisory Board, represented by Chairman Oliver Krautscheid, has today complied with Andreas C. Nowottka’s request to release him for personal reasons from his position within the EASY SOFTWARE Group. To implement this step, Mr. Andreas C. Nowottka has stepped down from his position as member of EASY SOFTWARE AG’s Management Board with the consent […]

OLIVER KRAUTSCHEID ELECTED AS CHAIRMAN OF THE SUPERVISORY BOARD AND DR. THOMAS HEIDEL MANDATED AS SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE

The Annual General Meeting on August 28, 2013, has essentially passed the following resolutions: The Annual General Meeting has elected Mr. Oliver Krautscheid as member of EASY SOFTWARE AG’s Supervisory Board until the end of the Annual General Meeting which ends upon discharging the Supervisory Board for the 2014 financial year. In the constituent meeting […]

EASY SOFTWARE AG announces takeover of CFT Consulting GmbH

As announced in an ad hoc release by EASY SOFTWARE AG (ISIN DE0005634000) on December 13, 2013, EASY will take over CFT Consulting GmbH of Bobingen, Germany, as a majority-owned company. This purchase is part of the growth strategy announced by EASY and will take several years. EASY is strengthening its market position with this […]

The Supervisory Board of EASY SOFTWARE AG appoints Peter Wilhelm Cremers as a new member of the Management Board

Pursuant to its resolution of October 7, 2013, the Supervisory Board of EASY SOFTWARE AG appointed Mr. Peter Wilhelm Cremers as a full member of the Management Board with immediate effect. Mr. Cremers will be responsible for the business units Finance, Sales, Consulting, and Service. In his section of the Management Board, Mr. Andreas C. […]

Resolutions approved by the general meeting dated July 26, 2012

The general meeting dated July 26, 2012 approved the following resolutions: 1. Attorney Dr. Thomas Heidel of the law firm Meilicke Hoffmann and Partners of Bonn (Germany) has been appointed special representative according to Clause 147, para. 1 AktG (German Stock Corporation Act) to claim compensation against the Management Board and the Supervisory Board. The […]