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System Verification appoints new CFO

Michael Patriksson has been appointed Chief Financial Officer at System Verification. He takes on the role after Hanna Olsson, who is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities.

Michael Patriksson will lead the company’s financial functions, including financial planning and analysis, accounting and financial reporting and corporate development. Prior to System Verification, his career includes more than fifteen years within accounting and finance with international companies including E.ON. and Accenture. The major part of his career has been in the IT & Consulting business. He has served in several different positions and gained valuable experience from global businesses. Today, he possesses highly developed finance competence combined with international experience.

“I am very pleased to welcome Michael Patriksson as our new Chief Financial Officer. Michael has a broad and extensive experience from working in global companies and with complex financial processes, which is useful, in view of System Verification’s expansion abroad,” says Hamdija Jusufagic, Group CEO and Founder of System Verification.

Mikael’s background from the IT industry will also be a valuable contribution to accelerate System Verification’s internal digitization of business insights and automatization of financial processes.

“In a fast-changing context, we need faster and more accurate insights for decision-making and we need to improve our efficiency further,” says Erik Björhäll, CEO System Verification Sweden.

Michael Patriksson comments:

“I have been passionate about IT and digitalization for many years and having the opportunity to be part of such a strong brand like System Verification makes me proud and excited. I am really looking forward to contributing to continued growth of System Verification,” says Michael Patriksson.

Michael Patriksson started at System Verification’s HQ in Malmö in December 2018.

Michael Patriksson CFO System Verification

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