Since 1 January 2019, SerNet GmbH has a new managing director: Reinhild Jung is now managing the company on an equal level with founder Dr. Johannes Loxen. The Göttingen-based provider of IT security and IT infrastructure solutions is thus implementing a step that has been planned and prepared for some time. Loxen: "SerNet thinks in decades and we are now launching into the next ten years".
Reinhild Jung joined SerNet in 2002. She has been an authorised signatory and CFO since 2009. Accordingly, she has not only accompanied the company and its customers for many years, but has also continued to grow into the IT industry and the specific SerNet topics such as IT security and data protection. Her many years of loyalty to SerNet are reflected in the special corporate culture. Above all, she appreciates the open interaction among her colleagues, the flat hierarchies and the opportunities for further training in all directions: "If you are committed personally, SerNet offers many opportunities to find the right thing for you.
Further development and constant change make consistency and reliability possible at SerNet - they are all supporting pillars of the company and also play an important role for the future. "This is now demonstrated by the new management structure," says Jung. Dr. Johannes Loxen sees his task as enabling a smooth transition to new structures over the next 10 years. Jung mentions "healthy growth and the further expansion of international business with a good regional positioning" as further future goals of SerNet. The concerns of colleagues play an important role here due to demographic change: family-friendly regulations, promotion of women, especially in technical professions, openness to the world, tolerance and inclusion strengthen the workforce and make good services possible in the first place.
As a woman in management and a mother of three, Reinhild Jung would also like to see more regional networking among women in management positions. She sees mutual strengthening and support as an important topic for the future.