Who stands behind qibri

In our personal lives, we regularly use guidelines for guidance and orientation, in order to complete complex, new, or changing, as well as familiar tasks. For example, we use GPS systems because we know that they help us optimize our travel routes and avoid unnecessary and time-wasting detours. At work, however, we often lack such guidelines; or they are so complex, outdated, dispersed, and bureaucratic that they are more comparable to out-of-date paper maps than to a modern navigation system.

qibri [k​​ɪ​ʙ​r​ɪ​] empowers companies to use Guidelines in such a way that they can be used to stay one step ahead of the competition during transformation, but also in day-to-day operations.

Our history

In 2006, our founder Michael led a project on Guidelines for his employer back then - he thought this was going to be a "quick fix."

Even 15 years later, and after dozens of analysis and implementation projects, we find that the vast majority of companies do not use Guidelines and they remain an unstructured, static burden on the shoulders of employees and decision-makers.

That's why we decided to extend our expertise to include an integrated, proactive Software-as-a-Service solution with an integrated implementation and migration program - this is qibri.

We are qibri

Alex Hofbauer


Full Stack Developer

Dealing with requirements and specifications like a breeze

qibri Alexander Rinsche

Alexander Rinsche

Web Development

Junior Developer

Bachelor's candidate in Software & Information Engineering

Parcour enthusiast and origami amateur

Antonia Siegmund

Co-Founder & COO

16 years  Project Manager & Team Leader in major corporations

12 years Best-Practice Mgmt. expertise incl. migration &  change projects

Hannes Gruber

Project Management & Business Development

BA candidate in Economics and Social Studies

Actually uses guidelines for his workshops

Karate Enthusiast

qibri-Karen Deak

Karen Deak

VP Americas & Global Product

15 years advisory for startups & innovation scaling and fundraising

5 years as faculty member at the University of Notre Dame, IN

Registered Patent Agent (US); PhD, University of Chicago, IL

Michael Siegmund

Co-Founder & CEO

Expert for transformations

Former Droege, Accenture & OMV Manager

3-times founder & partner at consistency management consulting

Miguel Miranda

Business Development Associate

BA in HR & Business Psychology

Entrepreneur in the Digital & Tech Industry

Trainer in Communication & Highperformance

Miriam Nabinger

UX/UI Design

B2B Application-Design for IBM

Usability & User-Experience Expert

Lean Enthusiast

Nathalie Mayer

Nathalie Mayer

Business Development

Project manager and team leader in international organizations

Trainer and course developer
Cyber-security enthusiast

Thomas Dori


MSc. in Software Engineering

Worked with PayPal, GE, Microsoft, SAP

Founder of Anwert

Yuvraj Harsha Sreedhar​

Yuvraj Harsha Sreedhar

AI & Machine Learning

Astrophysicist, PhD

AI/ML Master‘s candidate

Entrepreneur, Managing Partner of Trip Alfresco

qibri ziggy dog

"Ziggi" (Siglinde) Deak

Chief Furriness Officer

Close to 3 years of barking at people who don't pet her

Greeting everyone who comes to the office

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Up to 30% material/service costs saved

with qibri

Why we say that:
Purchasing costs are primarily driven by technical and functional requirements, defined by experts spread across the organization – resulting in lost economies of scale. qibri introduces cross-silo alignment among experts, leading to savings of 5-30% in each purchasing category.

3x transformation impact

with qibri

Why we say that:
Guidelines are crucial for shaping employee behavior. But due to their inaccessibility, transformation initiatives fail to use them as a lever for change. qibri makes it easy for transformation initiatives to access and adapt guidelines, also bypassing internal politics, making transformations 3 times more effective.

-90% search time

with qibri

Why we say that:
Based on studies conducted with 300+ companies, the average search time for a guideline amounts to 30 minutes. qibri allows every employee to find any guideline within less than 3 minutes.


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