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  • primion Technology GmbH
  • Steinbeisstraße 2 - 5
  • 72510 Stetten
  • Ansprechpartner
  • Susanne Christmann
  • +49 (7573) 952-546

Horst Eckenberger contract at primion extended

CEO to stay for a further three years

(PresseBox) (Stetten, ) Horst Eckenberger, CEO of primion Technology AG, has had his contract with the company extended for a further three years. The Supervisory Board approved the decision unanimously.

He was appointed to the Board and made CEO of the company by the Supervisory Board effective from 1st February 2012.

In the past two and a half years, building on his deep knowledge of the market, Horst Eckenberger has repositioned the company and has been instrumental in driving the integration of the foreign subsidiaries, GET in Belgium and DIGITEK in Spain. This will continue to be his focus going forward, in order to offer the some 5,000 customers around the world a uniform, end-to-end product portfolio.

The CEO will be concentrating on the tried-and-tested strategy, in order to continue the policy of positioning the company successfully in the market: hardware and software will be developed in-house as part of a continuous programme of further development and renewal. New technologies such as NFC will be taken into account during development and services such as as Installation, Maintenance and Support will be further expanded.

Horst Eckenberger sees the big advantage compared to the competition in the intelligent mix of standard solutions and customised solutions that primion offers.

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primion Technology GmbH

The primion group, consisting of primion Technology AG in Germany, primion S.A.S. in France, primion Digitek in Spain and GET in Belgium looks after approx. 5,000 satisfied customers around the world with its staff of some 400 people. primion is one of Europe's leading suppliers in the market for Access control, Time recording and Security solutions. primion's customer list includes the Höchst Industrial Park, Deutsche Telekom, The German Army, Solvay and Inditex-Zara.