OUR TEAM SPIRIT
Flat hierarchies and teamwork are more than just empty words for us, they are lived reality. We are proud of this.
Successful collaboration requires forming specialists into an agile team and coordinating different working styles. Only when each member has a fixed place in the team, demanding challenges can be successfully mastered together and each individual develops his or her full potential. When putting together our teams, we therefore not only pay attention to know-how and performance, but above all to ensuring that "the chemistry" is right.
This creates highly motivated teams that offer the necessary space for individual development and in which personal and professional advancement is the main focus. To ensure that our teams are successful in the long term, we rely on continuous training and external as well as internal knowledge transfer between employees. The competence of our IT experts is regularly proven by current manufacturer certifications.
Advantages of functioning teams
- Release of creativity and synergies
- Variety of ideas, experiences and approaches to solutions
- Division of responsibility
- Mutual support and motivation among each other
IT has been our passion for over 20 years.
Our CEO, Marco Barenkamp, himself a software developer with heart and soul, has been working with former board member Axel van Lil since the company was founded in 2000, gradually building LMIS AG into an IT company that has been renowned and recognized for years. In the meantime, our LMIS AG is represented at the locations in Osnabrück, Berlin, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Wuppertal with a good 100 employees and a further member of the board, represented by our long-standing colleague Sascha Dömer.
Chairman of the Board & Founder (CEO)
He holds a degree in Business Information Technology (with honors) and a Master of Laws in Business Law (also with honors). He has also written his Phd thesis on the topics of artificial intelligence, augmented reality and IoT in medium-sized IT companies.
Since his appointment as senator in the Senate of Economics, he has also been committed to the promotion of an ecological and social market economy in Germany.
For a continuous exchange between science and business, Marco Barenkamp teaches at various universities and colleges with a focus on Management & IT.
Member of the Board (CDO)
His focus is on enterprise development and software quality assurance. Sascha Dömer is responsible for the area of strategic Software Engineering as a member of the board of LMIS AG.
He describes himself as a source of ideas and motivating coordinator. His passion is to create an ecosystem for the self-sufficient teams at LMIS in which they can develop their full potential.
As an expert for agile process models, he succeeds in applying and passing on his knowledge of modern project management in a goal-oriented way - something that is highly appreciated by his colleagues as well as our customers and cooperation partners.
Chairman of the Supervisory Board of LMIS AG
Dr. Andreas Schillings
Member of the Supervisory Board of LMIS AG
Before joining KNIPEX, he held various management positions as Head of Controlling, Finance Director, Head of Controlling & Finance and Managing Director, mostly in medium-sized family-owned companies. In addition to the areas of controlling and financial management, he is also responsible for KNIPEX's IT and digitalization.
Member of the Supervisory Board of LMIS AG
Between 2016 and 2018, additionally responsible as CTO for the entire group segment Industrial. Previously, he was Vice President and CTO in the German medical technology group B.Braun Avitum, responsible for the technological leadership of dialysis technology (product, market, technology). Prior to that, he was Managing Director of the medium-sized family-owned company Agro International in Bad Essen, a leading company in the home furniture industry and manufacturer of spring cores for mattresses, armchairs and car seats.
From 2004 to 2009, he was the technical director and member of the closest management circle of the private German medium-sized company Weidmüller in Detmold. He spent his first professional station in the owner-managed company Harting between the years 1990 and 2004, where he held a variety of management positions. During this time he also held a teaching position at the University of Science in Osnabrück for several years, teaching business administration and project management from an industrial perspective. He studied physics between 1984 - 1989 in Osnabrück.