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With the OBS Ban­king Engi­ne, DIE SOFTWARE Peter Fit­zon GmbH is one of the lea­ding pro­vi­ders of core ban­king sys­tems in Ger­man-spea­king Euro­pe. Foun­ded in 1983, the inde­pen­dent soft­ware com­pa­ny has around 135 mem­bers of staff at its loca­ti­ons in Ebers­berg near Munich and in 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. It maps the com­ple­te busi­ness spec­trum of a bank: secu­ri­ties and port­fo­lio manage­ment, account manage­ment and pay­ments, tre­a­su­ry and credit tran­sac­tions. In addi­ti­on, it cal­cu­la­tes taxes for Ger­ma­ny and other Euro­pean coun­tries in real time.
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. Today, Peter Fit­zon is the princi­pal owner of the group of four com­pa­nies, and is respon­si­ble for stra­te­gy, finan­ces and human resources.

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 he is co-owner of the com­pa­ny and respon­si­ble for pro­ces­ses and strategy.

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 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. After com­ple­ting a ban­king appren­ti­ce­ship­he has held mana­ge­ri­al posi­ti­ons in various major and pri­va­te banks, both in IT and in stra­te­gic units. He joi­ned DIE SOFTWARE in 2015. Sin­ce 2017 he is a mem­ber of the manage­ment of DIE SOFTWARE and as mana­ging direc­tor of the sub­si­dia­ry DIE SOFTWARE BAaS Ban­king App­li­ca­ti­ons und Ser­vices GmbH he is respon­si­ble for the OBS cloud solutions.

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 2012 he is CEO of DIE SOFTWARE AG in Switz­er­land and is sales respon­si­ble for the ent­i­re group.

Employees

With 135 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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spe­cia­lists

partners

A strong net­work of tech­no­lo­gy, busi­ness intel­li­gence and finan­cial data pro­vi­ders is avail­ab­le as a part­ner for our solutions.

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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.

Sus­taina­bi­li­ty: For us, sus­taina­bi­li­ty means the respon­si­ble and care­ful use of resour­ces. Our goal is to beco­me a com­ple­te­ly cli­ma­te-neu­tral com­pa­ny as soon as pos­si­ble. We initia­ted this pro­cess in 2011 and have begun to redu­ce our company’s car­bon dioxi­de emis­si­ons. We do this in three suc­ces­si­ve steps: 1. we try to avoid emis­si­ons, 2. we replace cli­ma­te-dama­ging ener­gy sources with cli­ma­te-neu­tral ones and final­ly 3. we com­pen­sa­te for unavo­ida­ble emissions.
  1. avoiding emis­si­ons: Sin­ce 2011, we have been redu­cing our electri­ci­ty con­sump­ti­on per employee — from just under 3,000 kilo­watt hours per employee in 2011 to 2,300 kilo­watt hours in 2019, or around 24 per­cent over the eight-year peri­od. The big­gest lever in this event is the con­sis­tent vir­tua­liz­a­ti­on of hard­ware, which redu­ces power con­sump­ti­on both in the data cen­ter and through the power-saving Thin­Cli­ents at each work­sta­tion. Bes­i­des power con­sump­ti­on, tra­vel is the second major lever for savings. Thanks to modern con­fe­rence tech­no­lo­gy, we are hol­ding more and more mee­tings as tele­pho­ne or video conferences.
  2. sub­sti­tu­ting con­sump­ti­on: Sin­ce 2011, we have been using only electri­ci­ty from rene­wa­ble sources. When tra­vel­ling, we try to switch from air tra­vel to rail whenever pos­si­ble. Sin­ce the trains of Deut­sche Bahn are com­ple­te­ly powe­red by electri­ci­ty from rene­wa­ble ener­gies, the­se trips are climate-neutral.
  3. com­pen­sa­ting: For many years, we have been off­set­ting some of the cli­ma­te-dama­ging emis­si­ons from our air tra­vel by our employees vol­un­ta­ri­ly con­tri­bu­ting to CO2 cer­ti­fi­ca­tes. The com­pa­ny has dou­bled the amount. From 2020, we will ful­ly com­pen­sa­te all air tra­vel. In this regard, we are working tog­e­ther with Atmos­fair, a lea­ding cli­ma­te pro­tec­tion orga­niz­a­ti­on with a focus on busi­ness travel.
Cor­po­ra­te Social Respon­si­bi­li­ty: For 20 years, com­pa­nies and employees have been sup­por­ting Fort­Schritt Ver­ein zur Ver­brei­tung der kon­duk­ti­ven För­de­rung 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.
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.
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