Brunswick / Bochum. The eves_ Group, which is known for Workplace, Infrastructure and Enduser Management, based in Braunschweig, is expanding through the takeover of Röhrich & Partner Organisationsberatung GmbH. Through the acquisition, the eves_ Group not only creates a further location, but also opens up a new specialist area and thus expands its product and service portfolio. The German company Röhrich & Partner, based in Bochum, has been entrusted with the development and sale of leasing software for 33 years and is regarded as a pioneer in the leasing industry. Since security is playing an increasingly important role in the leasing and banking sector, the merger will result in both companies coming out even stronger.

The takeover came into force on 01.01.2019. “The decisive factors for the takeover were the qualified employees, the similar corporate cultures and the many years of project experience,” says Ralf Schmitt (CEO of the eves_ Group). With the takeover, the eves_ Group is also in a position to consolidate its competencies and generate new business opportunities, said Schmitt. With this acquisition, the eves_ Group is taking a decisive step towards the development, marketing and supply of solutions for leasing software and computer centre operation. Both companies welcome the merger as a great and long-term opportunity for customers and employees.

About Röhrich & Partner Organisationsberatung GmbH For more than three decades, the company has focused on the development and sale of leasing software. In addition to the software components, R&P offers a full service from implementation, training, customizing and modification to first level support. R&P also operates its own data center. The ASP gives customers access to all R&P software and web-based data processing. Customers also enjoy the high availability of R&P systems for their uninterrupted business. The products and services are tested and certified according to ISO 27001 and IDW PS 951 and 880. This enables you to meet the requirements of the German Banking Act (KWG), MaRisk, BAIT and BaFin.

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