Who are we?

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Who are we?

Our mindset and our team.

About COMPLION

We founded COMPLION because we wanted to do things differently. We have set ourselves three guiding principles: achieving top performance together, promoting the professional and personal development of everyone - at all levels and regardless of experience, religion, ethnicity and gender - and maximizing the benefits for our customers. These principles come together to form the "Complion Mindset".

Equality in idea generation

Whether manager or junior, experienced or inexperienced: it doesn't matter who comes up with a good idea. It can come from anyone.

A “doer” mentality

We encourage and value the fact that everyone in our company works proactively and makes decisions. Decisiveness is the key to being a good consultant.

Transparency

With us nothing is kept hidden - everyone receives the context and the information they need.

Discussion culture

Talking to each other, giving constructive feedback and stepping out of our comfort zones all create a productive work environment.

Honesty

Trust is the reward of honesty. Sometimes this requires courage, but it is the only way we can develop.

Positive error culture

In hindsight, it is (often) better to have made a wrong decision than to have remained passive. Mistakes are opportunities to learn.

Thought leadership

We love continuous, ongoing training, are always one step ahead and are regarded as thought leaders in our field.

Personal advancement

Younger people learn from the more experienced; and the latter enjoy passing on their knowledge. Through this we achieve professional as well as personal growth.

Diversity

People from many backgrounds work for us, no matter whether they have studied computer science or history: taking a “multicultural” approach to thinking leads to good solutions.

Sense of togetherness

This is possible in a company of our size, and we actively encourage it.

Team

Our team consists a mixture of specialists in various fields and experienced management consultants. What are the team members’ main areas of expertise and where do they come from?

Anne Pinke

Lower Saxony

  • Data Protection
  • Software Asset Management

Christian Grabner

Lower Saxony

  • IT Process Consulting
  • IT Provider Management

Christoph Busche

Lower Rhine Region

  • Software Asset Management
  • Software Contract Management

Dirk Dannemann

Rhineland

  • IT Strategy Consulting
  • Commercial IT Management

Dirk Michael Ockel

Rhineland

  • IT Strategy Consulting
  • IT Security

Falko Lichtenfeld - external employee

Saxony

  • Software Asset Management
  • Licensing Expert

Felix Baran

Westphalia

  • Software Asset Management
  • Licensing Expert

Felix Stapel - external employee

Saxony

  • Software Asset Management
  • Licensing Expert

Frank Salz

Bavaria

  • Software Asset Management
  • Software Contract Management

Henri Fild

Rhineland

  • IT Provider Management
  • Software Asset Management

Jan Butt

Schleswig-Holstein

  • Software Contract Management
  • IT Security

Jane Döll

Lower Rhine Region

  • IT Strategy Consulting
  • IT Security

Jessica Loi Müller

Hesse/Hong Kong

  • Software Asset Management
  • Software Contract Management

Robin Enste

Sauerland

  • IT Security
  • Software Development

Rodi Al-Ahmad

Bavaria

  • Software Asset Management
  • Software Contract Management

Roman Scholtysik

Rhineland

  • IT Security
  • Software Development

Stephanie Riesebeck

Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

  • IT Strategy Consulting
  • Software Asset Management

Tobias Philipsen

Schleswig-Holstein

  • IT Security
  • Software Contract Management

Volker Albrich

Bavaria

  • Software Asset Management
  • Software Contract Management