CFT Summer Festival: Enthusiastic guests in a royal setting

The railroad has seldom provided pleasure in recent weeks and months, but it was different at this year’s CFT summer festival: Augsburg Train Park, a monument protected building dating from the time of the Royal Bavarian State Railways, provided not only an attractive program and informative events but also a stylish and exclusive ambiance.


Informative days

CFT partner days marked the beginning of the event, which further strengthened the dialogue and exchange of cooperation between the partners CFT Consulting GmbH and EASY SOFTWARE AG during the two days. As part of the many presentations at the informative days, approximately 60 participants were briefed about new features and changes in the document management market and took the opportunity to express their questions, suggestions and requests. The event culminated on Thursday around 6:00 p.m. with the beginning of the CFT summer festival in the extraordinary Augsburg Train Park surroundings.



Strong partner for more than two decades

Standing in front of Augsburg Train Park’s magnificent locomotive, CFT Consulting GmbH’s two managing directors spoke to attending guests and employees. Gert Lorenz and Gerald Rüdiger reflected on successful collaboration with EASY SOFTWARE AG and thanked its team, customers and partners for their active assistance and support that made this successful cooperation possible over the past years.

Also EASY board member Willy Cremers took the floor to express his equal delight with the success of the existing partnership for 21 years. The common goal in coming years is to influence and actively create the document management market with “full steam ahead.” The clear message for the rest of the evening and especially for the future: Full speed ahead!



Golf tournament included

For all those who were still eager to learn after the feast, the CFT team prepared a Premium Information Forum for Friday. For the grand finale on Saturday at the 6th CFT Golf Tournament, the golfers among the guests could vie for position in the final and athletically demanding challenge of the Wittelsbach Golf Club.