‘s-Hertogenbosch, 19 October 2021 – The Supervisory Board of Business & Cloud Integrator Ctac N.V. (“Ctac”) (Euronext Amsterdam: CTAC) today announces that it has agreed with Chief Executive Officer Henny Hilgerdenaar that he will resign as CEO of Ctac and step down from his position as statutory director effective 1 November. Earlier this year, Ctac presented a strategy update and the Supervisory Board and Henny Hilgerdenaar consider this a suitable moment to move forward with new leadership to deepen and execute Ctac’s chosen strategy. Henny Hilgerdenaar was involved right from the start in the foundation and continued growth of Ctac and has been CEO for the past 10 years. The Supervisory Board is deeply grateful for his enormous contribution and engagement in the development of the company.

Henny Hilgerdenaar (1960) joined Ctac in 1994 as one of the company’s first employees. In this period, he was responsible for Sales & Delivery. He was appointed CEO three years after the company’s stock exchange listing. Under Hilgerdenaar’s leadership, Ctac has grown from an ERP specialist into a full-service IT solutions provider, with more than 400 employees, who together recorded revenues of some € 87 million in 2020. Ctac recently acquired change manager Purple Square, system integrator Oliver IT and strategic IT partner Digimij.

“Henny deserves a great deal of praise and admiration for what he has achieved at Ctac”, says Chairman of the Supervisory Board Harry Hendriks. “He has made the company what it is today: a leading IT services provider for medium-sized companies in the Netherlands. Together with Henny, we have reached the conclusion that it is now time for new leadership, for someone with fresh ideas who can fine-tune Ctac’s chosen strategy and achieve the company’s growth targets. We are extremely grateful to Henny for everything has done for Ctac and wish him all the best for the future.”

The Supervisory Board has asked CFO Pieter-Paul Saasen, as current statutory director, to assume the duties of the CEO from today until the company has found a definitive successor.

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