OVER 35 YEARS OF BANKING EXPERIENCE

DIE SOFTWARE is one of the leading providers of complete banking software in German-speaking Europe. Founded in 1983, DIE SOFTWARE is an independent software house with 130 employees located in Ebersberg near Munich and Zurich.

Private and commercial banks, brokers, asset managers and specialist banks use the OBS Banking Engine, which is characterized by the highest possible degree of automation and individually configurable functionalities: from securities transactions with account and custody account management to foreign exchange trading and credit transactions to payment transactions. As an open system, the OBS Banking Engine links all business-relevant processes both within the bank and with customers, market participants, partners and regulators. It thus forms the central platform for digitizing all business processes.
MANAGEMENT

The company management team is comprised of the owners and the heads of the different business units and subsidiaries:




PETER FITZON

Peter Fitzon, who learnt banking and programming at Bayerische Vereinsbank, Munich then worked as a consultant at a software house in Munich and managed projects for international banks in Europe, North America and Asia. In 1983 he founded DIE SOFTWARE. As an architect he actively designed OBS, as owner and managing director he is today responsible for sales and customer relations of DIE SOFTWARE.


Klaus J. FRIESE

Klaus J. Friese, M.A. in Cultural Anthropology, joined DIE SOFTWARE in 1986. From the very beginning he contributed significantly to the development and design of OBS and also managed numerous projects in Germany, Switzerland, England and Asia. Today, in addition to his management tasks as co-owner and managing director of DIE SOFTWARE, he is responsible for strategic projects for the further development of OBS.


DIETER HEIDRICH

Dieter Heidrich, qualified banker, worked after his apprenticeship as software developer at Commerzbank AG, Frankfurt. He started in 1988 at DIE SOFTWARE and was responsible for the development of significant parts of OBS, especially in the area of securities, and managed numerous projects in Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland. Today, he is responsible for the product management and is also managing director of the subsidiary DIE SOFTWARE FS Financial Services GmbH.


SVEN OLDENBURG

Sven Oldenburg, Diplom-Wirtschaftsinformatiker (FH), started his career as a developer at DIE SOFTWARE in 1991 and was significantly involved in the development of OBS. He managed numerous OBS implementation projects in Germany and abroad. Today he is responsible for the area "Software Development and IT”.


MArtin Köhler

Martin Köhler, graduated economist, joined DIE SOFTWARE in 2013 after a 25 year career in the field of IT and Operations at major German and private banks. He holds power of attorney and leads the Consulting and Projects division.


Jörg Martin

Jörg Martin, who holds a degree in computer science, has held managerial positions in various major and private banks, both in IT and in strategic units. He joined DIE SOFTWARE in 2016. Since 2018 he is a member of the management of DIE SOFTWARE and managing director of the subsidiary DIE SOFTWARE BAaS Banking Applications und Services GmbH.


PATRICK R. WEBER

Patrick R. Weber, BSc. in Computer Science and Global Dual Degree Executive MBA, has more than 25 years of successful experience in the financial sector, including CIO at a financial services company in Germany and Luxembourg. During this time, he led projects in Europe and Asia as well as in North and Central America. In 2002 he joined DIE SOFTWARE Peter Fitzon AG, Zurich. Since then he has led numerous OBS implementation projects in Germany and has been Managing Director of DIE SOFTWARE Peter Fitzon AG, Zurich, since 2012.
TEAM
With 130 specialists, DIE SOFTWARE has an experienced and well-rehearsed team with a profound understanding of technology and outstanding banking know-how. Combined with a clear customer orientation, this is the reason for the success of the software house. Our customers benefit from permanent contacts who have in-depth knowledge of the financial markets and many years of experience in the implementation of banking software.
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Partners

Our clientele includes well-known German and European private banks and specialist institutions. For more information please do not hesitate to contact us.
Sustainability and social commitment
For DIE SOFTWARE, sustainability and social commitment are part of the company tradition.
With our social and societal commitment we want to show responsibility and give something back to society.

For 20 years, companies and employees have been supporting Fortschritt e.V.  association which supports children with cerebral damage. We were also able to make our contribution to "Leben bewegt e.V." association for the promotion of physical activity for children and young people and to the "Dreifußmodell" (three-foot model) of the St. Martin kindergarten.

For us, sustainability also means the responsible and careful use of resources: a working group made up of management and employees works continuously to come closer to the ideal of "Green IT". When purchasing new workstation computers and servers, we pay attention to optimal energy efficiency. The power supply has already been converted to green electricity from renewable sources. An agreement on CO2 neutralization for business trips is being jointly supported by employees and company management, and many other measures have already been implemented.

Regional sports are also close to our hearts, which is why we have been sponsoring the Eiselfing volleyball club for years and have brought the Bavarian Beach Volleyball Championships directly to us in the Klosterbauhof in Ebersberg. We also supported the volleyball department of TSV Grafing and the Taekwondoverein Kirchseeon.

In the local art scene, we are involved through the foundation of local art prizes such as for the art association Die Sonntagsidee e.V. and the acquisition of art, such as a stone sculpture for the monastery courtyard in joint participation with residents and the city of Ebersberg.