Now another Carinthian entrepreneur takes the stage. Because Alexander Windbichler from Anexia has just announced that he will take over Hex. Anexia, an international cloud provider, has prevailed over 12 other interested parties in a bidding process in the last few days and is now taking over the shares in Hex. As part of an orderly restructuring, the continuation of operations is now being ensured and the team is being gradually taken over by Anexia It is said from Carinthia.
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“With the integration of Hex we are reaffirming our goal of wanting to attract the best minds to Anexia. Mathematics luminary Philipp Hungerländer and his team strengthen our competencies in the AI area, especially with their innovative algorithms for the optimization of processes. We look forward to future cooperation with the renowned scientists and are convinced that this gain in know-how will further strengthen Anexia’s comprehensive and innovative cloud portfolio, ”says Windbichler, who we recently named founder of the week elected. “It also gives us the opportunity to offer new, future-oriented solutions for all aspects of our cloud platform for other industries. This enables us to strengthen our market position in the long term. ”
“Anexia most attractive”
Hex, founded in 2017 by mathematics professor Philipp Hungerländer, specializes in software for optimization in logistics. “I had offers from several companies, but the general conditions that Anexia offers us were by far the most attractive. The jobs of all employees can be preserved and long-term plans are made with them. In addition, the fulfillment of the existing customer and research orders is secured and investments are made in the further development of the existing business areas and products of Hex. The established processes and the organizational structure of Anexia will help us with this. It’s a nice feeling to have someone who believes in us, ”said Hungerländer. With Anexia you now have a stable and financially strong partner.
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