Fabasoft

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Fabasoft AG
public company (Aktiengesellschaft)
Industry Software development
Founded 1988
Founder Helmut Fallmann
Leopold Bauernfeind
Key people
Helmut Fallmann
Leopold Bauernfeind
Products E-Government-Solutions
Enterprise content management-Solutions
Revenue 27.5 million Euro[1]
Number of employees
207 (Reporting date March 31, 2015)[2]
Website www.fabasoft.com

Fabasoft AG is a software manufacturer headquartered in Linz, Upper Austria. The company was established in 1988 by Helmut Fallmann and Leopold Bauernfeind.

The name Fabasoft is an acronym of Fallmann Bauernfeind Software.

Corporate data[edit]

The fiscal year of Fabasoft AG commences on April 1. The number of employees at the respective reporting date, March 31, has increased during recent years, from 100 staff in 2003 to 185 (in 2004) and 203 (2005). Corporate revenue also increased from EUR 16.94 million in the 2003/2004 fiscal year to EUR 21.85 million (in 2004/2005) and EUR 25.3 million during the 2005/2006 fiscal year.[3] During the 2006/2007 fiscal year, the revenue decreased to EUR 21.2 million, EUR 21.6 million were recorded during the 2007/2008 fiscal year, and during 2008/2009[4] Fabasoft AG recorded a revenue of EUR 20.02 million. In the fiscal year 2009/2010 sales revenue was EUR 23.3 million.[5] Fabasoft AG stocks have been listed in the Prime Standard of the Frankfurt stock exchange since October 4, 1999. Fabasoft is certified according ISO 9001, ISO 20000,[6] ISO 27001 and SAS 70 Type II.[7]

Positioning[edit]

In the field of enterprise content management Fabasoft provides various versions of the platform Fabasoft Folio. Fabasoft Folio's positioning is based on the integrated synchronization of business process management, document management and records management. With this product, Fabasoft is currently the only manufacturer worldwide to have received MoReq2-certification.[8] after testing by Imbus AG. Fabasoft is also engaged in cloud computing.[9] The software product for Cloud Computing Fabasoft Folio Cloud was introduced to the public on January 18, 2010.[10] It features a document management and teamwork application. The basic version is free of charge.[11]

Stockholders[edit]

  • Widely held stock: approx. 27.8% of the 5 million shares[12]
  • Fallmann & Bauernfeind Privat trust approx. 67.19% [13]

Products[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fabasoft Annual Report 2014/2015
  2. ^ Fabasoft Annual Report 2014/2015
  3. ^ Annual report 2005/2006 (PDF)
  4. ^ Annual report 2008/2009 (PDF)
  5. ^ Annual report 2009/2010 (PDF)
  6. ^ Press Release (retrieved August 24, 2011)
  7. ^ L.S.Z. Konferenz BPM & SOA: […], Fabasoft-News from February 23, 2010 (retrieved April 26, 2010)
  8. ^ Fabasoft Folio first product worldwide to receive Moreq2 certification - Media echo (retrieved April 7, 2010)
  9. ^ Creditreform Magazin: Rechenpower aus der Wolke (PDF; retrieved April 7, 2010 (German))
  10. ^ egovday 2010
  11. ^ Article in the Austrian economy magazin Format (retrieved April 7, 2010)
  12. ^ Annual Report Fabasoft
  13. ^ German stock exchange: Fabasoft corporate data
  14. ^ article about app.strudl in InformationWeek.de (retrieved April 16, 2010)(German)
  15. ^ 6-Monatsreport 2010/2011 (retrieved December 15, 2010)
  16. ^ Article about Mindbreeze in KMWorld (retrieved April 16, 2010)
  17. ^ Fabasoft app.test (retrieved December 9, 2010)
  18. ^ Fabasoft app.ducx (retrieved July 7, 2011)

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