"Forward-looking fresh cell cure"

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K-Businesscom is a new shareholder of the Styrian Human Technology Cluster.

Reinhold Wurzinger, Head of Region South bei K-Businesscom AG, und Johann Harer, Geschäftsführer HTS

K-Businesscom AG, formerly Kapsch BusinessCom AG, officially became part of the Human.technology Styria GmbH shareholder team on June 8, along with SFG, Joanneum Research, MedUni Graz, Neuroth, Payer, Roche, VTU and ZETA.

"I am very happy that we were able to win Kapsch BusinessCom, one of Austria's most successful IT companies, as a shareholder of the HTS cluster. Together with it, we want to work even more intensively on our strategic topic areas of "Digital Health" (integrated care concepts, telemedicine, artificial intelligence in healthcare), AAL (Active and Assisted Living technologies) and sustainability, and initiate joint lighthouse projects," says Cluster CEO Johann Harer.

And Lejla Pock, designated HTS Managing Director, adds: "We are very pleased that K-Businesscom, such a successful, dynamic and sustainable company, is joining us as a shareholder. With its digitization focus, K-Businesscom covers an area that immensely enriches our shareholder portfolio."

"With the digitization push, considerable energies could be released in a very short time, especially in the area of human technology. Another shareholder on board additionally increases the competence power of the cluster and enables a forward-looking fresh cell cure, because the train of time demands intelligent systems, innovation but also quality. The Steirische Wirtschaftsförderung - SFG is pleased about K-Businesscom as a strong partner, new co-partner and on successful future developments", explains SFG authorized signatory Gerd Holzschlag.

And Dr. Franz Semmernegg, member of the board K-Businesscom AG, is also optimistic: ""We are pleased to be able to act now not only as a member, but as a shareholder of the Humantechnology Styria Cluster. We are thus giving the IT sector even greater weight within the cluster. Due to the long lasting cooperation and our success in the health sector we are proud to be able to support strategically with our know-how in the Styrian life science sector. We expect to continue to drive digitization in health and social care in the future through cooperation with the best companies and look forward to many exciting projects."

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