16. Jan 2024

Dr. Harald Haller

Dr. Harald Haller joins Accso as a partner at the Munich office
Principal, Leiterin Ressort Marketing


Dr. Sigrun Brox

Dr. Haller mit blauem Blazer und weißem Hemd in die Kamera lächelnd.

(PresseBox) (Darmstadt, 16.01.2024) Dr Harald Haller is joining Accso - Accelerated Solutions GmbH in Munich as a partner at the start of the year. He will contribute his many years of IT experience and expertise in the acquisition and successful implementation of innovative customer projects to expand the business in southern Germany.

Dr Harald Haller, a graduate mathematician, has over 25 years of IT experience. He was most recently a board member at AUSY Technologies Germany AG (now Randstad Digital). During his time at PENTASYS/AUSY Technologies since November 2015, he was responsible for the automotive, telecommunications, media, mechanical engineering and public sectors as well as Switzerland.

Previously, he was Business Unit Manager and Director Business Development at Zühlke and Business Unit Manager at Capgemini. He has worked as a consultant, project and division manager since 1997. Dr Harald Haller studied mathematics and physics at the Technical University of Munich and the University of California in Santa Barbara and completed his doctorate at the Technical University of Munich in the field of applied numerics and materials engineering.

"I am looking forward to working with Harald Haller again, in a new mission and constellation. And with all the experience and impetus that he brings to Accso," says Jürgen Artmann, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Accso. The two have known each other for over two decades and have successfully realised numerous projects together.

"I am grateful for the trust placed in me and look forward to the new tasks," says Dr Harald Haller, Partner at Accso Accelerated Solutions. "I have a clear ambition to contribute to the company's continued success and to expand it further. My focus will be on further anchoring the innovative service portfolio, particularly in the southern German market."