Authors of the EBICS blog

Dr. Hermann FürstenauDr. Hermann FürstenauDr Hermann Fürstenau is actively bringing the topic of EBICS to the forefront of European discussion. In international industry forums, he is considered a knowledgeable contributor. As sales manager and procurator at PPI AG, he leads the sales team for the TRAVIC product family, which encompasses e-banking for both private and corporate clients, as well as supervising e-banking customers of PPI. Fürstenau holds a Ph.D. in physics and has worked with CERN in Geneva. Subsequently he became an advisor and unit manager for telecommunications companies and banks.
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Marc DutechMarc DutechMarc Dutech is an expert for the payment business, especially for the EBICS-standard. With 25 years of experience in the field of e-banking software and bank connectivity he has taken an active role in several successful EBICS application deployment projects. Marc Dutech is CEO of PPI France, the French subsidiary of PPI AG. PPI France is responsible for the TRAVIC e-Banking products in France, Southern Europe und all French speaking countries. Prior to PPI France Marc Dutech held a senior e-Banking product management position at XRT and was General Manager of Diagram EDI.
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Michael LembckeMichael LembckeMichael Lembcke is a specialist in corporate client payment transactions and in the subject of EBICS. As product manager at PPI AG, he is responsible for the development of e-banking products on behalf of corporate clients. Lembcke has over 20 years’ experience in consultancy and software development projects at banks and insurance firms. A graduate in business information management, he has also worked as EDP manager for the HINZ hospital organisation before joining PPI.
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Carsten MiehlingCarsten MiehlingCarsten Miehling is in his element when it comes to financial standards. In the Payments Committee Switzerland (PaCoS), he supported the EBICS working group, which defined implementation guide-lines for the Swiss finance industry. He was also a member of working groups in the Swiss Commission for Standardization in the Finance Industry (SKSF). The IT engineering graduate’s career has led him from UBS and ABACUS Research AG in 2000 to management at the company RECON. Since January 2015 Carsten Miehling acts as CEO of PPI Switzerland.
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