The Top 25 Software CEOs of Europe for 2021

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The Software Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Software CEOs of Europe for 2021

The Software Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Software CEOs of Europe for 2021. Companies are pursuing digitization at an accelerated pace, and these leaders have risen to the task by offering advanced SaaS solutions across multiple sectors. This year’s awardees have leveraged their organizational capabilities and leadership skills to broaden the scope and reach of their companies, fighting through the COVID-19-related strains permeating business efforts. In addition to navigating acquisitions, mergers, organizational shifts, and product/service launches, these CEOs have steered their companies with a steady hand all while cultivating uplifting, inclusive, and productive work cultures.

These outstanding leaders head companies that span verticals such as contract management, supply chain management, HCM, insurance, transportation planning, marketing, and much more. Furthermore, they have in many cases been the catalyst for their companies in ushering in profound technological advances for these areas. Nominees were evaluated and chosen for this list based on their contributions to the software industry, the progress of their companies, and their unique professional histories. The selected CEOs have earned the utmost respect and admiration from their employees and industry peers.

Please join us in recognizing The Top 25 Software CEOs of Europe for 2021.

Bernard Charlès (Dassault Systèmes), Steve Hare (Sage), Dieter Schlosser (SoftwareONE), Sanjay Brahmawar (Software AG), Jason Kingdon (Blue Prism), Alex Bozhin (Postoplan), Silvio Kutić (Infobip), Karl Fuchs (T.CON), Marcel Poser (Screening Eagle Technologies), Simon Paris (Finastra), Doug Lowther (Irdeto), Kyle Ferguson (Confirmit), Clare Colhoun (Ubisense), Mark Shuttleworth (Canonical), Michael Kelly (FINEOS), Marc Murphy (Fenergo), Nick Wilson (Allocate Software), Ben Dorks (Ideagen), Mariusz Gralewski (DocPlanner), Sarvarth Misra (ContractPodAi), Darren Roos (IFS), Justin Lawless (Intact Software), Mark Ash (Pure360), Chris Barnes (Tracsis), Pierre Cesarini (Claranova).

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