The versiondog software developed by AUVESY is used in industrial environments to centralize and manage programming projects and automatically backup and detect changes to programs and other device data, including unwanted or malicious changes. It provides easily comprehensible version documentation, protects valuable production data and ensures uninterrupted production.
AUVESY software is designed to operate with the automation systems of multiple manufacturers (including Siemens, Schneider Electric, ABB, Kuka, Rockwell and Mitsubishi). It is in use in more than 45 countries in a wide variety of industries. Our customers use versiondog to manage data across the full spectrum of automation equipment, including PLCs, CNCs, SCADA systems, HMIs, drives and robots.
Dr.-Ing. Tim Weckerle
Chief Executive Officer
Dr.-Ing. Tim Weckerle started working at AUVESY in 2012 in software development. He soon became the Head of Business and Information Development. As of 2017, he is the CEO and a shareholder, responsible for overall orientation, strategy, and sale.
Chief Operations Officer
Stefan Jesse holds a degree in Business Administration and has been working in IT for over 20 years. He has extensive experience in top management positions, most recently spending several years as the head of a large German IT systems integrator. Since 2020 he has taken on the role of Chief Operations Officer at AUVESY.
In 2008, Piet Wissing started at AUVESY as a State-Certified Business Administrator. In 2017 he became an Authorized Officer. As a member of the management team, his areas of responsibility are finance, administration, human resources and purchasing.
Robert Glaser was one of the first three AUVESY employees. From the beginning, he played a significant role in the development of versiondog. Now a shareholder, he is looking after the establishing a subsidiary of AUVESY.
Thomas Hörauf is a qualified automation engineer with over 22 years of experience in marketing and in building distribution networks. He has been with AUVESY since 2008. A long-term shareholder, he is responsible for channel management and global accounts.
Dr. Thorsten Sögding
Director Customer Services
Dr. Thorsten Sögding holds a doctorate in chemical engineering. He started at AUVESY in 2015 and is now Director of Customer Services. He is responsible for customer care and quality management and is the driving force behind the AUVESY working groups.
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Best of versiondog
Why does it pay to invest in new updates and support when your old versiondog is so robust? In this presentation, you’ll receive an overview of the latest updates and improvements implemented over the last couple of releases as well as information on all that is to come!
The Industrial IoT
THE CHANGING FACE OF MAINTENANCE
AUVESY is at the forefront of the Industrial IoT revolution. With more and more automation and increasingly networked equipment, the potential for the future is phenomenal. We continue to play our part by automating data management and ensuring that our customers benefit from end-to-end documentation and complete clarity in their version management. Automatic backups and an array of straightforward troubleshooting workflows increase certainty and make for fast disaster recovery.
ALLIANCE FOR CYBERSECURITY
The Alliance for Cybersecurity is a Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) initiative founded in cooperation with the Federal Association for Information Technology, Telecommunications and New Media (BITKOM). AUVESY is a participant in the Alliance for Cybersecurity. Our aim is to increase cybersecurity in automated production and strengthen resistance to cyberattacks with the help of our versiondog software.
AUVESY working groups
WORK WITH US TO ACTIVELY SHAPE THE FUTURE
Detailed industry-specific knowledge of our customers' requirements is vital to the effectiveness of AUVESY's products and services. We formed the AUTOMOTIVE working group and the REGULATED INDUSTRIES working group to better understand those requirements and feed ways of meeting them into the versiondog roadmap. And we very much value the opportunity to openly and frankly exchange information in a networking forum based on trust and the search for solid. workable solutions.
What makes working for AUVESY special?
AUVESY has made it onto the "Top Medium-Sized Employer" list for the second time in a row. Together with the employer rating platform kununu.com, Germany, the magazine Focus Business has revealed which medium-sized companies are the best to work for. And according to kununu, 95% recommend AUVESY as an employer!
AUVESY as an employer
AUVESY is actively involved in vocational education, which reflects its strong commitment to further increasing the attractiveness to commerce and industry of Landau and the wider region. Our team comprises over 80 dedicated people who combine high-level technical skills with many years of experience and detailed market knowledge.
THE AUVESY CONFERENCE 2020
In 2019, more than 100 versiondog customers attended the AUVESY Conference. Their feedback was overwhelmingly positive: 100% of those who attended the AUVESY Conference 2019 rated the event as "very good" or "excellent"! That makes us look forward even more to this year's conference on 14 & 15 May. There will be exclusive speakers from the world of IT and automation as well as from our technical partners and, of course, from AUVESY.
Please note that all AUVESY staff at the event speak English, as do the vast majority of attendees. So there is a lot to be gained from joining us, even if you don’t understand German. We would, however, like you to know in advance that most of the talks will be given in the German language.
- The Industrial IoT
- More safety
- AUVESY working groups
- What makes working for AUVESY special?
- AUVESY as an employer