history of susensoftware

The market for silent software is new

in terms of timing: market has only been able to develop safely since 2012
in terms of content: even today purchasing or selling used software licenses is a new thing for companies This is partly related to structures and purchasing processes as well as the market power of the software developers
Since March 2001 Susensoftware has been specializing in trading and conveying pre-owned software, especially Microsoft and SAP products.

2013

susensoftware GmbH is the first time on TV

2012

The JUDGMENT OF THE COURT changed the market

2011

Move to own facilities

2010

Het eerste jaar van SAP-derde onderhoud in Duitsland

2009

Roadshow gets an integral part in the public image of the company.

2008

foreign country cooperation treaties

2007

Foundation of the Susensoftware GmbH. For the first time more than 10,000 licenses sold.

2006

Sales increase of 100% per year; the number of customers increases to at present 250

2005

The client structure of Susensoftware is composed of: 40% leasing companies, 40% medium-sized and large business, and 20% insolvency administrators

2004

Specialization of the trade in pre-owned software on Microsoft and SAP licenses. Shift of the client structure of Susensoftware towards leasing companies and more medium-sized clients: 50% insolvency administrators and leasing companies, 40% medium-sized and large businesses, aand 10% exploiters.

2003

Move into the Technology Center in Aachen

2001

Foundation: March 2001 Content: First orders to screen unused software and to assess their value. The client structure of Susensoftware is composed of: 70% Insolvency administrators and 30% medium-sized companies.



Sat.1 Interview

Sat.1
(Bild: TV Interview / © susensoftware GmbH)




facility, Herzogenrath

facility, Herzogenrath
(image: facility Herzogenrath / © susensoftware GmbH)




Front view of the Technology Center, Aachen

Front view of the Technology Center, Aachen
(image: Technology Center Aachen / © susensoftware GmbH)

Axel Susen

Axel Susen (born 1960), after his studies at the RWTH Aachen (mechanical engineering), gained his first professional experiences on Mauritius in 1989. In a development project on behalf of the European Community the connection of the Ministry of Industry to international data bases was implemented.

Immediately afterwards he founded the company CeQuadrat GmbH together with a partner focused on the development of hard- and software solutions in the sector of CDR technology. As a partner of the Deutsche Telekom Axel Susen participated in the development of voice recognition from 1995 until 2000. He has also published a book with the VDE publishing company about the problems in the applications, titled "Spracherkennung, Kosten, Nutzen, Einsatzmöglichkeiten ("Voice recognition, costs, benefit, application possibilities").

Since 2001 he has been CEO of susensoftware GmbH..

Axel Susen, CEO

Axel Susen, CEO
(image: Axel Susen / © susensoftware GmbH)

1995-2000

S.Punkt Gesellschaft für Software GmbH (Software company)
  • Function: Founder and CEO
  • Partner: Deutsche Telekom AG
  • Location: Technology Center Aachen
  • Content: Development of a software for the speaker-independent voice recognition. Focus on telecommunication solutions.



1990-1995

CeQuadrat GmbH
  • Function: Founder and CEO
  • Partner: Holger Kittel
  • Location: Technology Center Aachen
  • Content: Development of hard- and software solutions in the sector of CDR-technology. WinOnCD becomes the most-sold CD optical-disc-authoring software worldwide.



1989-1990

Cooperation of Axel Susen in a development project on Mauritius on behalf of the EC. Focus: Connection of the Ministry for Industry to international data bases.


S.Punkt, CeBit appearance 1999

S.Punkt, CeBit appearance 1999
(image: S.Punkt, CeBit appearance 1999 / © susensoftware GmbH)

The S.Punkt Team

The S.Punkt Team
(image: The S.Punkt Team / © susensoftware GmbH)

Presentation of a mobile Sony CD solution 1993

Presentation of a mobile Sony CD solution 1993
(image: Presentation of a mobile Sony CD solution 1993 / © susensoftware GmbH)
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