Sysparency is the market leader for automated documentation of complex software systems. With our scientifically developed software analysis algorithm Sysparency, customers can understand how their software systems work, make their software generally more robust and legally compliant and significantly reduce further development costs.
Sysparency has been actively developed with our international customers and research partners since 2010. The integrated documentation process of sysparency prepares the structure of the software, the functionality is represented as mathematical formulas and the process from the user input to the database is described.
Sysparency GmbH is part of the ReqPOOL Group.
Natalie Hutterer is COO at Sysparency and is also responsible for growth hacking and corporate development at Sysparency. Ms. Hutterer was previously a manager at a leading software consultancy and is an executive management consultant for complex software projects. Ms. Hutterer is a certified project manager and studied communication, knowledge and media at the FH-Hagenberg.
Florian Schnitzhofer is the CTO and owner of Sysparency GmbH and senior executive consultant for software. He advises the top management of leading companies in Germany and Austria on the most important topics related to digital transformation. Florian Schnitzhofer teaches the methods of industrialized software development as a lecturer at various universities and technical colleges. Mr. Schnitzhofer studied computer science and computer science management.
Strategic Advisory Board
Mag. Markus Manz is the commercial director of the Software Competence Center Hagenberg (SCCH). The SCCH is an independent research center in the field of software and is one of the holding companies of Upper Austrian Research GmbH. Previously, Mr. Manz successfully managed the development of the high-tech incubator tech2b into one of Austria’s leading technology incubators and established the PIER4 brand as an interface between industry and startups. Mr. Manz studied economics at the JKU and applied environmental sciences in Koblenz and has been teaching information and knowledge management at various universities of applied sciences for over 10 years.
Mr. Pichler is Professor of Programming and Project Development at the Hagenberg University of Applied Sciences. His research interests lie in the areas of domain-specific languages, end-user programming, reverse engineering and toolmaking in software technology. Mr. Pichler and his team were significantly involved in the programming of the unique Sysparency algorithm. Josef Pichler studied software engineering at the Upper Austria University of Applied Sciences in Hagenberg and received his doctorate in computer science from the Johannes Kepler University Linz (JKU) in 2004.