Guenther Meyringer has a strong educational background in the field of Computer Sciences, which he graduated at Technical University in Vienna. Additionally, he completed his M.A.S. degree at Danube University Krems and his postgraduate studies in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at Columbia University in New York. Throughout his professional career, he has successfully taken on several executive roles in the technology and telecommunication companies across Central Europe. Guenther Meyringer holds the position of CEO and Chairman of the Board.
Boris Dula studied management and automation at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics of the Technical University in Kosice. He worked in the European Development Centre of Whirlpool in Germany for ten years. Since 2014, he led the company’s team of specialists focused on structural engineering, 3D scanning, additive manufacturing and rapid prototyping. In December of the same year, Boris Dula was appointed CEO and Chairman of the Board, where he served until September 2020. As a member of the Board of Directors, he also currently holds the position of Chief Sales Officer.
During his study years at University of Zilina, Peter Macus worked as a researcher on a variety of projects focusing on 3D digitization and design of machinery and equipment. He has been with the company since 2009, was Head of the Research and Development Department and later led a team focused on technical innovation, in particular mobile robotics systems for intralogistics. As a member of the Board of Directors, he also holds the position of Chief Technology Officer.
Martin Markovic studied at the Faculty of Economic Informatics, University of Economics in Bratislava (Department of Accounting and Auditing). He has many years of experience in finance, economics, accounting, taxation and controlling, while holding senior management positions in strong global companies. Martin Markovic took up the position of CFO in 2018. In June 2020, he also became a member of the Board of Directors.