Dr. Franz Semmernegg
Dr. Franz Semmernegg (54) is Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of K-Businesscom. In addition, he is Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Kapsch TrafficCom.
Before joining the Kapsch Group, Semmernegg worked for the technology company Schrack: After managing functions at Ericsson Austria (1998) and Schrack Seconet (1997), he was responsible for the successful management buy-out of Schrack BusinessCom from Ericsson Austria in 1998. From 1999 to September 2001 he was a member of the board of Schrack BusinessCom AG.
Franz Semmernegg completed his business administration studies at the Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz with a doctorate. He started his professional career in the business trust firm Nidetzky.
Mag. Jochen Borenich
Mag. Jochen Borenich MBA
Jochen Borenich (49) has been a member of the Executive Board at K-Businesscom AG since 2010.
He studied commercial science at the Vienna University of Economics and Business and completed an Executive MBA at the Vienna University of Economics & Carlson School of Management (University of Minnesota) while working. He has also completed postgraduate trainings at London Business School, Insead, Harvard and Stanford.
He began his professional career at debis Systemhaus (DaimlerChrysler AG). From 2002 to 2010, Borenich was responsible for sales in Austria and CEE at T-Systems Austria, and from 2006 as a member of the management team.
Borenich initiator and president of ICT Austria, an initiative to generate ICT value creation and development competence in Austria and then to scale them internationally.
At the IT Security Hub, a platform in the field of cybersecurity, Jochen Borenich is actively involved in developing European competence and young talent in the field of IT security.
As a digital visionary and thought leader, Jochen Borenich is a sought-after expert, initiator and discussant on the subject of digital transformation and the cloud journey.
In March 2021, he co-authored the book Hybrides Arbeiten & Digitalisierung: Warum Homeoffice erst der Anfang ist und kein Stein auf dem anderen bleibt