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BMD: 280 new employees in four years

BMD: 280 new employees in four years

About 70 additional employees per year: BMD Systemhaus has achieved this average growth over the past four years. The Steyr-based company is a leading provider of software for tax consultants, corporate accounting software solutions and payroll systems. About 30,000 clients are taken care of in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia.

Managing Director Markus Kinsmüller sees “sustainability and staff development” as a particular success factor. Sustainability is not just a trend, Knasmüller says, but certainly an urgent requirement: “It does not only apply to the economic side. We are taking measures in this area for environmental reasons, and it has also been shown that steps towards sustainability are competitive factors in the battle proven by the best workers.” “If the employees are doing well, BMD is doing well,” he says.

The percentage of women in the workforce (700 employees in total) is a good 54 percent. According to the Managing Director, the 2022/2023 fiscal year was “excellent”. The company’s turnover amounted to more than 81 million euros, which corresponds to an increase of 12 percent compared to the previous year. Things are going well for now. In the first two months of the fiscal year, which begins in April, incoming applications are up about 20 percent, Knausmüller says. The main theme in BMD is to achieve increased efficiency, cost savings, automation and paperless booking, obtaining useful information and legal certainty for customers.

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