Management team

Successful innovation and high-quality services would never be possible without strong, open and trust-based leadership. This is achieved by our exceptional management team, comprising the Executive Board – Rolf-Jürgen Moll, Oliver Schmitz and Dominik Duchon – and the various managing directors of our international subsidiaries. They are all experts in their respective fields, working passionately to advance LucaNet’s global success.

Get to know the LucaNet management team and see for yourself.

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Rolf-Jürgen Moll

Chief Technology Officer

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Oliver Schmitz

Chief Operating Officer

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Dominik Duchon

Chief Sales Officer

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Robert Lawson

Managing Director


Robert Lawson studied Business Administration with a major in Finance at Drexel University in Philadelphia, USA. He gained practical experience as an engagement manager at a major US bank and as a financial analyst and a credit risk analyst at a prestigious American energy company. Mr Lawson joined LucaNet AG as International Business Manager in 2015. In this role he primarily helped tap into and develop new markets and successfully implemented international customer projects. In January 2016, he transferred his expertise to the Consulting department, where his main duties involved introducing the LucaNet software to a base of predominantly international customers, training users and offering advice on specialist topics relating to accounting, controlling and reporting. He has been Managing Director of LucaNet's new branch in the USA since 2017.

The business environment of today is defined through change and innovation. In order for a business to remain competitive they must remain agile and efficient. In hopes to stay ahead of the competition and see the value their competitors may have missed, CFO’s are demanding more information, faster. With LucaNet‘s ability to aggregate real time data across multiple platforms, provide one source of truth for financial and statistical data, and seamlessly merge actual and forecast data into one system, CFO’s expectations are not only met, they are exceeded.