R&D focused Novomatic appoints ‘trusted hand’ Bartholomäus Czapkiewicz as Group CSO

Seeking to bolster its research & development capabilities, industry technology supplier and games manufacturer Novomatic AG has confirmed the promotion of Bartholomäus Czapkiewicz as its new Group Chief Systems Officer (CSO).

A Novomatic executive since 2008, Czapkiewicz has served the Austrian gambling technology group in number of senior executive positions, successfully delivering on key multi-national technology projects.

In addition to taking on the leadership responsibilities of Group CSO, Novomatic informs that Czapkiewicz will be appointed to the firm’s Executive Board, as a key adviser to corporate governance on tech development and efficiencies.

Updating stakeholders Bernd Oswald, Head of the Supervisory Board at Novomatic, AG stated: “We are thrilled to have Bartholomäus Czapkiewicz as a new member of the Executive Board. He is an internationally-experienced Research and Development mathematician and computer scientist, with a focus on system and platform solutions.

Over the past few years, Bartholomäus Czapkiewicz has played a decisive role in successfully expanding our innovative abilities.”

Moving forward Czapkiewicz will oversee the development and upkeep of 28 Novomatic owned technology centres operating within 16 countries.

“I am looking forward to the new challenge and would like to say thank you for the trust placed in me. Now, as part of the successful Executive Team, my goal, in particular, is to continue development in system and platform solutions, and ensure that our processes become even more efficient as we look towards the future,” Czapkiewicz commented on the updated.

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