Engineers, computer scientists and enthusiasts – what we all share is our enjoyment of complex IT projects. Thanks to our different perspectives, we can develop solutions as individual as our clients.
Dr Wolfgang Reissenberger, director and partner
His many years of experience as a manager of large projects and as an IT architect and consultant in various industries make him a highly appreciated instigator and sparring partner for his clients. He's not afraid to talk about truths that may be inconvenient – though always combined with a creative idea for a solution. Consequently, he manages to motivate all stakeholders and focus on shared goals. As a director at Xenium, he is responsible for human resources and company strategy. He is far-sighted in more than just his job too. As soon as it gets dark, he chases far-away galaxies and stardust with his telescopes.
Dr Sebastian Kutscha, senior partner
In 1999, he ventured into entrepreneurship and founded Xenium AG. For him, being an entrepreneur means being responsible for your actions and accepting all the consequences of them – this is still particularly appealing to him today.
His vision: finding excellent solutions for critical IT projects – while at the same time creating a place where people can grow personally. What does it come down to? It's about getting to the bottom of our clients' problems, be they subject-specific, technical or social; setting the right priorities, understanding the standpoints of stakeholders and finding a suitable solution for them. In his free time, he enjoys concentrating on endurance sports, horses and meditation.
Michael Schneider, partner
People play the most important role. Such is the lesson he has learned in more than 30 years as department manager, coach and project manager on large IT projects. Listening, absorbing different perspectives and using people based on their strengths – for him, that's the key to success. Whether as a CEO, developer or expert, he finds the right words. Even when the issues move beyond classic IT, to organisational development or change management, for example, he is always a valuable and communicative partner. With his calm and composed approach, he is also precisely the person for the finance department at Xenium. When he happens not to be on a project, he's searching for challenges in nature – as a passionate windsurfer and skier.
Dr Thomas Aschauer, associate partner
With the right amount of Austrian humour and an eye for the essentials, the gentleman from Salzburg always keeps his promises: whether he's leading a project at Daimler out of a crisis or launching a state-of-the-art online shop as project manager at SPAR, his enthusiasm is infectious and motivates everyone in the team to give their best. As associate partner, he also makes use of this ability when he is introducing new clients to Xenium as marketing manager. He prefers to recharge his energy for this, when time allows, on his kiteboard surfing rapid waves.
Nico Seemann, associate partner
His twin passions of giving structure to and solving IT problems has led him to global players in the automotive and logistics industries. Even early in his career, clients entrusted him with the management of their project teams. With a knack for communicating with employees, he puts projects on the right course and never lets the goal slip out of his vision, even in stressful situations. He's also been able to demonstrate this on the international stage: in Beijing, for example, he successfully supervised an integration project. In order to share such experiences, he has devoted himself to areas such as knowledge management as associate partner at Xenium.
Cornelia Utschig, associate partner
Since January, Cornelia Utschig is the new member of the management team after becoming associate partner.
Heiko Zimmer, associate partner
Heiko Zimmer enjoys being in the centre of turmoil. Even his studies, which were partially completed in Sweden, were financed through his IT consulting work. Afterwards he was on the move across all continents on behalf of Accenture. He quickly took on responsibility and today still benefits from diverse duties. His specialisation in international SAP roll-outs and large projects requiring project management expertise as well as understanding of technology also dates from this period. He maintains one thing at all times: his ability to bring people together and resolve conflicts. How he keeps balance? Weekends that are completely and fully devoted to his family.
Dr Tomasz Fuchs
Dr Immo Grabe
Dr Anna Melbinger
Dr Jens Nullmeier
Dr Steffen Rost
Dr Niroshan Thillainathan