Personal Swiss

Say no to time wasters – Allow more room for strategically important HR tasks with digitisation

The shortage of skilled professionals will be one of the most important issues at many businesses in 2019. HR tasks such as recruiting new employees, personnel development, skills management or employee retention will consequently be crucial to the success of a company. However, the effort involved in HR administrative work is often too high. It is therefore important to reduce the administrative burden on HR to allow more room for those key issues that are really relevant to the company.

At Personal Swiss, Fabasoft’s Klemens Berger and Hasan Cakmak will show you ways to say no to these time wasters at the Masterclass K1 on April 2, 2019, from 10.30 to 11.30 am.

Personal Swiss - 18th trade fair for HRM, recruiting solutions, trainings to business & corporate health


The fair will be presenting innovative products and current trends answering the challenges of personnel management – ranging from organisational development and management to recruiting and labour law up until education and training.

Personal Swiss will not only deal with “traditional” HR topics: Digitisation in human resources will be one of the main issues of the fair. The exhibitors will cover the entire range of software and hardware solutions required for digital personnel work.

This is why Fabasoft, your competent and experienced digitisation partner, will have a stand at the event in Switzerland. Visit Klemens Berger, Hasan Cakmak and Christian Muck at stand B 09 in hall 5 and find out how you can use digitisation in various business areas to free up resources for important business-critical tasks.


The exhibitor stands are complemented with a comprehensive schedule of presentations. Experts and professionals will cover various HR topics in presentations of 30 to 45 minutes. On April 2 at 10.30 am, Fabasoft’s experts will give a practical overview of successful digitisation based on customer reports and live demos. Their Masterclass presentation “Say no to time wasters – Allow more room for strategically important HR tasks with digitisation” will also show how you can implement digitisation within your company!

Talk with the Fabasoft experts

Klemens Berger, Director Fabasoft Schweiz AG, Hasan Cakmak, Product Owner Fabasoft Personnel File, and Christian Muck, Key Account Manager Fabasoft, are looking forward to interesting discussions and a lively exchange of ideas at stand B 09 in hall 5!

If you would like to prearrange a meeting at Personal Swiss, please send an email message with a proposed time to or

Klemens Berger


Klemens Berger is Director of Fabasoft Schweiz AG, a subsidiary of the Fabasoft group, a leading European software manufacturer and Cloud provider for boundless digital records management and electronic documents, process and file management.
He has been responsible for Fabasoft’s activities in Switzerland and Liechtenstein with a main focus on sales for 14 years. Together with his customers and partners he is creating innovative services for businesses, their partners and public administration.

Hasan Cakmak

Product Owner Fabasoft Personnel File

Being the Product Owner Hasan Cakmak is responsible for the development of the Fabasoft Personnel File. He is currently focussing on the model-based digitisation of human resources processes as well as the digital and revision-safe retention of records and documents.

Christian Muck

Key Account Manager

Christian Muck spent several years working in organisation at a manufacturing company. He also worked for different international consulting firms and internationally active system integrators in various management positions, in project delivery, business development and sales. His focus was in the area of manufacturing. In 2019 he joined Fabasoft where together with our customers he will develop innovative and profitable solutions on the basis of digitisation technologies.

The HR trade fair taking place at Messe Zurich on April 2 and 3, 2019, is tailor-made to the needs of:

  • HR directors
  • HR managers of all levels and areas (personnel development / training / recruiting / payroll accounting)
  • Managing Directors / CEOs
  • CFOs
  • ITC area, group and department managers
  • HR decision makers from public administration
  • Members of works councils / employee committees / employee representations
  • Journalists and editors from the specialist and daily press