Dr. Joachim Degel
Co-Owner / Manager
Co-Owner / Manager
Head of Administration
Development and operation of a digital ecosystem for multibanking on the web or via app.
BGK founded a branch in Switzerland (Basel).
Smartphone bank (Zak) developed with partners for Bank Cler in Switzerland and accompanied market launch.
First implementation of the BGK-Toolbox in the USA.
25 years of BGK. 500 successful projects. Over 70 European financial service providers as customers. First project in Switzerland.
Best Process Award of Frankfurt School of Finance for the building society Wüstenrot. Excellent is a process for fully automated assessment and payment of unsecured loans. This is based on the BGK-Sales Suite component BGK-Robotic. With it this famous honouring wins for the second time as a result of a solution developed by BGK.
BGK standardized and bundles its modular sales support solutions in the BGK-Sales Suite. BGK realized with BGK-Omnichannel secure web-based communication between clients and consultants for the entire Austrian savings bank organization.
BGK successfully concludes its 10th major migration projects on time, within budget and within scope. Best Process Award from the Frankfurt School of Finance for the Hungarian building society Fundamenta Lakáskassza. A tablet-based consulting and request solution developed by BGK is awarded.
Dr. Joachim Degel succeeds Klaus Böhnke. Klaus Böhnke remains closely associated with the company. He will continue to provide his extensive expertise in BGK's strategic consulting projects.
20 years of BGK. 410 successful projects. Over 60 European financial service providers as clients.
Dr. Joachim Degel joins management. Solutions and FinTech are added to BGK's portfolio of services. BGK becomes a BITP company. The activities in the EU outside of Germany acquire continually greater scope. The 50th client implements BGK-Toolbox.
Ralf Mund is appointed to executive management.
Edgar Knußmann departs. Klaus Böhnke and Hartmut Gasser manage BGK as sole proprietors.
Successful management of other major migration projects following mergers. First projects in the EU outside of Germany. Clients supported in their euro projects. Well-known insurers and Volksbank-Raiffeisenbank locations acquired for the first time.
Friedbert Steiß departs. Edgar Knußmann joins. BGS becomes BGK. The field of process management originates with the BGK Toolbox.
Company and client base grow continually. Successful conclusion of the first two migration projects. Extensive process optimisation projects carried out. Clients supported in their millennium change projects.
Hartmut Gasser, Klaus Böhnke and Friedbert Steiß join forces. "Hartmut Gasser Organisationsberatung" becomes Böhnke, Gasser, Steiß and Partner (BGS).
Additional clients from the sphere of savings banks and building societies.
Foundation of "Hartmut Gasser Organisationsberatung". Dresdner Bauspar AG becomes first client.