ANASOFT Is at Home in Germany


ANASOFT Is At Home in GermanyGerman-Slovak Chamber of Industry and Commerce (GSCIC) dedicated its first issue of 2018 newsletter to the 25th anniversary of the Slovak Republic. The chamber’s view of this anniversary is based on the development of the economy and, particularly, the economic relations between the Slovak Republic and Germany.

As a long-time member of the GSCIC, the company ANASOFT participates in activities that strengthen the economical collaboration between the Slovak Republic and Germany. ANASOFT, founded in 1991, is part of the economic development between the two countries and is actively involved in the German market from its German seat in Bochum. The president of ANASOFT, Michal Hrabovec, talks to the GSCIC about the German market operations, solutions in the fields of Smart Industry and Logistics while weighting on markets and the market’s demands.



Michal Hrabovec: ”We consider Germany our home market”.

The IT company ANASOFT started in the beginning of the 90s and has been operating ever since in not only the Slovak market but also the German market. The president of ANASOFT, Michal Hrabovec, talked to GSCIC about the importance of the German market from the Slovak Republic’s point of view.

Mr. Hrabovec, why is important to be active in the German market for your company?

ANASOFT is a group of companies owned by shareholders from Germany, Slovakia, and the United States. ANASOFT is based in Bratislava and Bochum, which is why we consider Germany our home market just as we do with Slovakia’s market. We have been offering solutions regarding the digitalization of the domain of production and logistics management, tailor-made software development, and IT security for 27 years. Our software solutions are custom-made to fit the demands of our clients in domestic markets and markets abroad.

Which of your products are among the most demanded in Germany?

The highest demand is in the domain of the Smart Industry and logistics fields, which improves the effectiveness and quality of modern technology while reducing scraps, leakages, administrative activities, negative impacts on the environment, and expenses. The following technology can also help reduce scraps, leakages, negative impact on environment, and expenses: Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Big Data, Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS), and Heterogeneous Data Integration.

We are equally dedicated to the innovations in our company culture. We are creating a work environment in which our employees value and thrive on innovations that are also useful for our clients. Within the framework of the Smart Industry, we are working on, among others, artificial intelligence – neural networks, the concept of Augmented Reality, or online three-dimensional spatial scanning.

What long-term experiences have you gained in Germany?

Germany is a country where new standards of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and our solutions are being created according to them. Naturally, all experiences from operations and solutions implemented on the German market yielding high results in terms of quality in Germany are projected in our solutions for all countries.

In your opinion, are there any differences in commercial demands between German and Slovak clients?

Because most our clients are from Germany, the difference lies in the process of implementing solutions. For example, the latest models of prestige cars are being manufactured in Slovak factories, which means that these factories have demands on new systems among the first.