Jan Denemark Becomes New CEO of ARBES Technologies

Jan Denemark (39), who had been successfully heading the ECM/BPM division that deals with systems for content processing and business process automation has become the new CEO of ARBES Technologies – a leading European provider of software solutions for banking and finance.   He is replacing Zdeněk Pilz in this position. Vojtěch Havránek who has been at ARBES Technologies since last year is replacing Jan Denemark as Director of the ECM/BPM division. 

As the new CEO, Jan Denemark plans to innovate and develop current as well as new products and services, all the while creating a unified offer for domestic and foreign markets.  “ARBES software solutions are already implemented on several continents throughout the world and our clients’ expectations are guiding us as we continue to expand our services and products where the common goal is to more substantially cover the needs and requirements of financial institutions.   We would like to be the first choice for ICT partnership of financial institutions and to offer our clients unified comprehensive solutions, professional services and consulting.  If you are considering opening a bank, changing a core banking system or switching to SOA architecture, ARBES is your partner of choice,” stated Jan Denemark, the new CEO of ARBES Technologies.

Jan Denemark started working at ARBES Technologies in 2012 when he created the new ECM/BPM division.  This division has proven itself over the past year and has carried out several significant projects.  Jan Denemark’s positions prior to his start at ARBES Technologies included management positions at Sinte and Creditinfo Solutions, he was a Development Manager at Poštová Banka as well as the head of a sector for financial institutions in the CEE region at CSC.    He has extensive experience from the IT and the financial sectors which are ARBES Technologies’ primary target areas.

Jan Denemark studied Information Technology at the University of Economics in Prague.  He is married with four children.