Martin Huth to Open Germany Office
Sep 03, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Martin Huth, a German IT solutions specialist, announced that it is expanding his software company to Berlin after a significant growth in revenue.
According to a release, offering software solutions for trading and investment at financial institutions, the Martin Huth firm will now also operate from Berlin with the opening of a new office in October 2013, to be headed by two new professionals.
Catherine Shuman and Alexander Amsel will be leading the new office. United States-born Catherine Shuman has had many years' experience in the financial world, having held positions as a trading manager in a well-established banking firm. Her new role will involve close coordination with clients and the extension and retention of business opportunities.
The company noted that Alexander Amsel is an information technology professional, working in software companies for the majority of his career before setting up his own company AA-IT-Losungen. He will bring significant insight into the German market, having worked in Berlin for the past six years and in Germany the majority of his life. His new role will entail the development of a more friendly software system with a financial focus.
Martin Huth said of the forthcoming expansion: "We are very proud to be in a position to move back to my home land of Germany. It was always my intention to extend our operations to Germany, given the strength of its financial markets and the ever-expanding need for new software solutions."
"I am very pleased to add Alexander Amsel and Catherine Shuman to the team, and I am looking forward to the future of Martin Huth."
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