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VP of Sales and Marketing in To-Increase, Luciano Cunha, takes over the role as CEO in To-Increase after Cornelis Bosch who has decided to explore new adventures.

Copenhagen, Denmark – 2 July 2018: Luciano Cunha has been appointed new CEO of Columbus’ software development company To-Increase. Luciano Cunha has been running global sales and marketing in Columbus’ software development company To-Increase for the past 11 years and is replacing co-founder of To-Increase, Cornelis Bosch.

“I am very happy that Luciano Cunha has accepted to take over the leadership of To-Increase. Luciano Cunha is a great leader, he has been key in driving the progress of the company for many years and he has a deep domain expertise and an innovative mindset for taking To-Increase to new heights”, says Thomas Honoré CEO in Columbus.

Luciano Cunha has been a central driver in developing and growing To-Increase moving the company from developing and marketing business applications for Microsoft Dynamics ERP to becoming a key player within Asset Centric solutions including engineering, manufacturing, servicing and renting or leasing assets and customer centric solutions.

“I will continue our exciting journey focusing on growth and on transforming To-Increase into a more customer centric company. I will prioritize our investments with a key emphasis on delivering high value business application services to our customers with quicker time to value in order to help them digitally transform,” says Luciano Cunha, CEO in To-Increase.

Cornelis Bosch co-founded To-Increase in 2007 starting with 15 people and a revenue of around € 1.5m and has grown the company to 165 employees with a revenue of € 20m a year.

“It has been a fantastic journey, and I am grateful of what my team has accomplished in developing state-of-the art software to help companies around the world optimize and digitize their business. I am happy that Luciano Cunha has accepted to continue To-Increase’s exciting journey and I am sure he will lead our great team in this new phase of transformation”, says Cornelis Bosch.

Cornelis Bosch has decided to leave To-Increase to explore new areas of life together with his family. Luciano Cunha will take over the leadership of To-Increase as of today.

“I want to thank Cornelis Bosch for his strong leadership of To-Increase and for his contribution to the innovation and growth of Columbus. It has been a privilege to work with him and I wish him and his family all the best in their new adventure”, says Thomas Honoré.

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