Company's Management Board

Jakub Dwernicki

President of the Management Board

Founder and main person managing R22 and President of H88 S.A. Previously President of Inotel S.A. – telecommunications company, and originator and main engineer of Oxylion's strategy. Main author of the hosting business acquisition strategy as part of H88.

Robert Stasik

Vice-president of the Management Board

Member of the Management Board, Financial Director. Graduate of Poznań University of Economics and Business, holder of CIMA diploma. Involved in the R22 Group for 8 years, Financial Director since 2014. Previously worked in financial departments of Good Food Products and Samsung Electronics.

Supervisory Board

Jacek Duch

Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Finished the Warsaw University of Technology in 1970. During the course of his Ph.D. studies worked at Nixdorf Computer in Germany and then as a researcher at PSI AG in Berlin. In the years 1978-1993 worked for Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) where he ran projects, among other things, in Munich, Vienna and Paris. Oversaw the establishment of DEC branches in Central Europe, including Poland. Between 1993 and 1998 managed Oracle Polska and then held functions on the management boards of Prokom Software S.A. and Prokom Internet S.A., and numerous supervisory boards, among others, Postdata S.A., Bank Pocztowy S.A., PVT a.s., numerous companies of the Asseco group. Has extensive and wide technical experience in software engineering and management in international and Polish IT corporations.

Wojciech Cellary

Member of the Supervisory Board (independent)

Prof. WOJCIECH CELLARY, PhD, is a computer scientist currently working at the WSB University in Poznan. Previously he worked at 3 universities in Poland - Poznan University of Technology, where he held the position of Deputy Director of the Institute of Computer Science, at the Franco-Polish School of New Information and Communication Technologies, where he held the position of Vice Rector for Science, and at the Poznan University of Economics, where he held the position of Head of the Department of Information Technology. In addition, he worked at 6 universities in France and Italy and was a visiting professor at the United Nations University in Macao and Portugal. He was the manager of more than 80 research and industrial projects, the main organizer of 60 scientific conferences, and a member of the program committees of 350 conferences. He has authored over 200 scientific publications. His professional activities include consulting, membership in professional organizations, editorial boards of scientific journals, expert groups, committees, councils and associations. He has promoted 18 PhD’s, 6 of whom were subsequently habilitated and 2 of whom became full professors. He has received 40 awards for achievements in scientific and teaching work. His lectures in Polish, English and French were attended by about 20,000 students. Currently he specializes in e-business technology, e-government, digital economy and society and Industry 4.0.