Founder & CEOHardwarewartung 24 GmbH
Member Since December 2023
In the 1990s, when he was a student of psychology and business administration, he accidentally entered the IT industry and found great enjoyment in it. In the following decades, he spent most of his time designing and building large networks and data centers, serving as both an engineer and a manager at all hierarchical levels. Once he reached the top, he wanted to start anew and founded his startup to reinvent the oldest sector of IT: hardware maintenance. The outdated structures in this sector were practically screaming for digital disruption. Accomplishing this transformation required an extraordinary leadership team, in the truest sense of the word. With a handful of outliers outside the IT area, he bootstrapped a completely new business.
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Hardwarewartung 24 GmbH
Hardwarewartung 24 is a hardware maintenance specialist for IT infrastructure, such as servers, storage systems, and network hardware. They support all major brands like HPE, Dell/EMC, Fujitsu, IBM, NetApp, Cisco, Supermicro, and Sun/Oracle in over 50 countries worldwide. Their primary target groups are SME businesses, which usually face pricing disadvantages in hardware maintenance products due to their smaller size. Hardwarewartung 24 precisely closes this pricing gap by offering enterprise conditions to everyone, regardless of the company size.