Benedikt Brückle, Senior Vice President United States & Canada
Benedikt Brückle took the leadership of CompuGroup Medical’s United States & Canadian Region in 2017. After he had distinguished himself for a successful growth course in the Southern European CGM locations in France and Italy as well as in diverse international projects, he was in charge of the Southern and Western European Region (SWER) since 2014. Before he came to CompuGroup Medical in 2010, he was active for an international business consultancy as well as for the accounting firm KPMG in both Germany and Luxembourg.
Uwe Eibich, Executive Vice President Telematics & eHealth Platforms
Uwe Eibich has been a member of the Executive Board of CompuGroup Medical SE since 2007 and today he leads the business segment Telematics & eHealth Platforms. The focus of his work is on the global development of eHealth Platforms for networking and communication as well as on the development and marketing of associated services. This includes the telematics infrastructure in Germany and Austria as well as the solutions around CGM LIFE. Before his start at CGM, the computer scientist worked for a dental software manufacturer. In his former positions at CGM, he headed the business operations in Germany and supervised the international expansion. In addition, Uwe Eibich is the Chief Financial Officer of the Federal Association for Healthcare IT (bvitg).
Franck Frayer, Senior Vice President Western European Region
Franck Frayer has been Senior Vice President of the Western European Region (WER) since 2017 and has been responsible for France, Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg. Before, he was in charge of the Connectivity Business Unit, used to be the General Manager of the AIS AxiSanté and, most recently, expanded the market leadership within France as Area Vice President. Before he came to CompuGroup Medical in 2004, Franck fulfilled several missions with the telecommunication company SFR and in the construction industry for VIVENDI, both leaders in their markets.
Lars Henze, Senior Vice President Pharmacy & Dental Germany and Primary Healthcare Scandinavia
Lars Henze has been in charge of both the Pharmacy & Dental Germany and Primary Healthcare Scandinavia segments as Senior Vice President since January 2017. Ever since he started his career at CGM in 2012, Lars Henze has lead the business segment Pharmacy & Dental in Germany. He has been responsible for a successful profitable growth rate especially in the pharmacy business. Before his career at CGM, Lars Henze lead the sales area in the dental medical technology branch of DANAHER in the Central European Region with various companies. Prior to that, he was responsible for BASF’s area E-Commerce Global as well as for the Business Management Pharma in Europe. Lars Henze completed his Master’s degree in industrial engineering at the University of Karlsruhe (KIT) in 1996 and did his MBA at the University of Georgia in the US.
Emanuele Mugnani, Senior Vice President Southern European Region
Emanuele Mugnani has been the Senior Vice President of CompuGroup Medical’s Southern European Region (SER) since January 2017. He joined CGM at the beginning of 2014 as the General Manager responsible for the Pharmacy Business (PCS) in Italy. He distinguishes himself for the successful integration of all the Italian PCS companies and teams with a significant business growth. Before joining CGM, he was Senior Manager of an international consultancy firm and then he took over the leadership as Managing Director of a leading Italian company specializing in management software for Retail and Hospitality.
Dr. Gerhard Schütz, Senior Vice President ALM (Africa & Asia Pacific)
Dr. Gerhard Schütz has been Senior Vice President ALM since January 2015. He joined CGM in 2009, running the US Business of CGM and building up a German based billing company in the Ambulatory Information Systems sector. Dr. Schütz has more than 20 years of experience in building up companies from the startup phase as well as managing companies through mergers in the service, logistics and healthcare industry. Before his start at CGM, he ran his own software development and consulting business for several years. Subsequently, he joined Deutsche Post/DHL and held positions in business development and general management for over ten years. Dr. Schütz studied both business administration and applied computer sciences in Berlin and Hagen, Germany, where he also earned his PhD.
- Frank Gotthardt
- Frank Brecher
- Uwe Eibich
- Dr. Ralph Körfgen
- Hannes Reichl
- Christian B. Teig