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January 26, 2023

Connections Consult appoints Radu Marcu as co-CEO

Bogdan Florea remains in the management of the companies

Connections Consult SA, listed on the AERO market of BVB and the leader of the digital transformation market in Romania, announces the appointment of Radu Marcu as Executive Director (co-CEO) starting from 03.01.2023.

Radu Marcu will lead the company alongside the founder of Connections Consult, Bogdan Florea, who remains the leader of the company.

Radu Marcu joined Connections Consult in November 2021 and held the position of Software Chief Operating Officer. Until now he led the bidding, delivery, and post-implementation operations of the software development team and was part of the Management Board of the Connections group. He has over 15 years of experience in managing software development activities, within TotalSoft, but also within other companies, where he managed integrated projects for clients from Romania and other markets, complex products, and led extensive software development teams and products.

“Ever since I joined the Connections team I have shared the same vision and I am excited to step forward in this company that pursues operational excellence and the delivery of value-added products and services. We will continue to work together, innovate and develop new products”, said Radu Marcu, co-CEO of Connections Consult.

Bogdan Florea will remain the President of the Board of Directors and co-CEO and will continue to implement the strategy of expanding the portfolio of complex digital transformation projects both in the local market and in other regions.

“Connections Consult continues to grow and needs more pillars to follow our expansion strategy. Radu Marcu already knows everything about Connections projects and is the right person to collaborate on Connections’ mission to accelerate the digital transformation of the public and private business environment. I am sure that together we will be able to take Connections Consult even further. Collective leadership ensures a considerably higher level of governance and allows us to be sufficiently flexible and agile in decision-making, in the perspective of a turbulent and constantly changing economic environment. Consolidation of the managerial act in Connections will continue in the coming months. We are already working on a new organizational chart and attracting future colleagues with significant exposure in various areas of specialization, both in the management team and on the Board of Directors. This step is the second stage in the creation of solid and resilient governance mechanisms, after the founding of the Advisory Council, carried out in 2022,” said Bogdan Florea, founder, and co-CEO of Connections Consult.




Connections Consult (stock exchange symbol CC) is the leader in the digital transformation market in Romania, with over 300 employees, offices in Bulgaria and Serbia, and sales representatives in Germany and Saudi Arabia. The company specializes in Intelligent Automation, IT Infrastructure Support, Digital Business Process Management, and Software Development On Demand. Connections clients are global companies and medium-sized Romanian companies in industries such as Banking, FMCG, Oil & Gas, Telecom and Retail. Since July 2018, Connections has partnered with UiPath, the fastest-paced Enterprise Robotic Process Automation (RPA) platform, with which it has already successfully implemented robotic automation processes in key industries. At the same time, Connections Consult constantly invests in the development of software products for various industries, such as auditing and consulting, green energy, and bots specialized in accounting and HR, as well as other fields. Connections Group ended 2021 with a turnover of 9 million euros.

Since September 2021, Connections is listed on the AeRO market of the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB).

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