Christian Hofmann becomes Director Consulting and Customer Success for PROBIS

Customer success management of the company's own controlling software PROBIS | Process optimisations towards customer-oriented application

Christian Hofmann becomes Director Consulting and Customer Success forPROBIS

  • Customer success management of the company's own controlling software PROBIS
  • Process optimisation towards customer-oriented application

Berlin/Munich 2022: PROBIS is expanding its team in the area of customer success management. The developer of cloud-based multi-project controlling software is hiring Christian Hofmann (59) as Director Consulting and Customer Success as of 1 February 2022. His tasks include optimising the processes in the area of customer success management of the project controlling software PROBIS in order to ensure a smooth customer-oriented application.

Moritz Koppe, Managing Director of PROBIS: "With Christian Hofmann, we were able to gain a very competent expert from the IT sector. His many years of experience in supporting corporate customers will make a significant contribution to further optimising the customer lifecycle of our multi-project controlling software and thus making the user experience even more pleasant. As aninnovative SaaS company within the real estate industry, we will thus live up to our customer-centric approach and enable the smooth running of major construction projects. We look forward to working with Christian in the future and to the exciting projects that lie ahead in 2022.

Christian Hofmann: "The PROBIS software is a promising, innovative product that has already proven itself in many large-scale projects and offers real added value to the stakeholders involved. With the further development and implementation of this tool, we have set ourselves the ambitious goal of advancing digitalisation within the real estate industry and thus making the sector fit for the future. I am looking forward to accompanying this exciting challenge in the future and to using my expertise in customer-oriented process optimisation to the benefit of the company.

Christian Hofmann previously held a management position at Construction and Engineering GBU, which belongs to the US software and hardware manufacturer Oracle, where he was responsible for complex software implementations in the EMEA region as Head of Consulting Cost. As an architect, Hofmann brings with him a wealth of knowledge in the management of construction projects, which he was able to use to the benefit of customers in his previous positions at Conject and Aconex as Head of Consulting Cost.


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The PROBIS controlling software for clients, banks, project developers and project controllers allows cost security and cost control at an early stage of the project and guarantees a resilient starting situation for project cost control, risk management and budget planning.



emproc SYS

Founded in 2014, the PropTech emproc SYS has made a name for itself with its PROBIS software as one of the leading quantity surveyors and experts for multi-project controlling in the real estate industry for public and private clients as well as banks. With up to 90 completed controlling projects per year and experience from major projects such as airports, hotels, football stadiums and office buildings, the project controlling experts are regarded as reliable advisors by building owners, project developers, project managers and banks. With its self-developed PROBIS controlling software, emproc SYS offers a complete range of services and clearly stands out from its competitors.




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