Compusoft + 2020 appoints CEO
Joerg Jung named CEO Compusoft + 2020

Joerg Jung named CEO Compusoft + 2020

LONDON -- Compusoft + 2020 has appointed Joerg Jung to the position of chief executive officer (CEO) for the recently merged company. 

Jung’s official start date is April 15, 2022.

Compusoft and 2020 merged in 2021, creating a global technology powerhouse providing end-to-end solutions that power design, creation, sales, manufacturing, and services across the value chain of spaces for life which includes kitchen, bathroom, office, furniture, window, and door industries. 

The combined group now has cross-functional teams based across Europe, North America, South America, Africa, and the Asia Pacific.   

“From the outset of the merger, the goal has been to take Compusoft + 2020 to the next level, increasing the company's global footprint and capitalizing on our position as the market leader in our space,” said interim CEO, David Tombre. “To that end, myself and the Board of Directors felt it was imperative to find a CEO who was not only experienced in running the type of business we will become, but also shared our values in growing business, teams, and the company.” 

Jung was most recently the president and general manager of international (EMEA & AJP) and a member of the executive leadership team with Infor. 

"I am truly excited and honored to be joining such an amazing team and successful company. It is very impressive what the various teams have achieved already and it will be my great pleasure to be leading the digital transformation as the innovation leader in the industry", said Joerg Jung.

Tombre will continue as the new chief operating officer, with a focus on key areas of the business, including product and service deliveries. 

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