Swen Niebann, passionate strategist for complex corporate architectures and business models, is SEMA's spectacular newcomer. He also strengthens the extended management team at SEMA GmbH as Director for Innovation & Software Engineering. As of now, Mr. Niebann will take over responsibility for the programming and quality assurance departments within the SEMA group.
SEMA already set new impulses in November last year with the expansion of the management: In order to prepare the company for the challenges of tomorrow, the group of shareholders granted Mr. Andreas Sräga, Director Finance and Mr. Stefan Wasser, Director Sales & Marketing, power of attorney at the end of 2020. Swen Niebann completes the circle of the extended management. The team of three will determine the future course of the company together with the managing partner Alexander Neuss.
Most recently, Swen Niebann held various positions at Autodesk. In the past seven years he has been able to expand his expertise in the field of business models and solution developments as well as the technical implementation of customer requirements. He worked at the Munich office as well as in the head office in San Francisco.
Great experience and strategic skills in the field of 3D software for construction, planning and production technologies will help him to focus on the further development of industrialized timber construction at SEMA.
Pushing forward the development of the company, SEMA's top-class newcomer will promote strategies for the future-oriented and innovative SEMA software together with Andreas Leix, Head of Programming, and Martin Hirsch, Head of Quality Assurance. This powerful line-up makes sure that SEMA is ideally equipped for future challenges!
The year 2020 went down in the history books as a record year for the SEMA group with numerous, trend-setting changes. Since 2019 there has been a new shareholder structure at SEMA - with VIA equity and LEA partners in the background as well as managing partner Alexander Neuss as CEO, the SEMA group of companies received fresh impetus. “Due to the pandemic, the course of the year so far has been unfamiliar to all of us and a lot has changed,” says Neuss. “Nevertheless, a lot of positive things have happened at SEMA - the new shareholder structure has brought even more dynamism to the company. What's more, the financially strong shareholder base will also enable the takeover and integration of partner companies in succession scenarios, as was the case with the WGsystem company in June 2020.In order to prepare SEMA for the challenges of tomorrow, the shareholders have opted for a larger management team. "With the employment of the three top managers in the fields of Finance & IT, Sales & Marketing, and Innovation & Software Engineering, we have provided the appropriate stimuli and thus charted the course for SEMA's future," Alexander Neuss adds.