Oslo, 10 February 2021: Webstep ASA ("the Company") is pleased to announce that
Save Asmervik has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Company. Mr
Asmervik assumes his new position at 15 February 2021. Liv Annike Kverneland,
who has served as Interim CEO, continues as CFO.
"The Board would like to thank Liv Annike Kverneland for ensuring continuity in
this interim period. At the same time, we are very pleased to announce that Save
Asmervik has accepted to take over the CEO position" says Mr Trond K.
Johannessen, Chair of the Board of Webstep ASA.
Save Asmervik has since 2011 served as regional director of Webstep in
Trondheim. He has a Masters degree from NTNU and has held leadership positions
in companies like Equinor and EY. He has also worked several years for IBM and
has extensive knowledge of the IT industry.
"Save Asmervik has a long and strong track record and is recognised as a solid
technology and consultancy leader within Webstep. We are confident that he will
further strengthen the company's great work environment and opportunities for
innovation, growth and the creation of shareholder value", Mr Johannessen
"It's an honor for me, and I am proud to take over as CEO of Webstep. I know the
company from the inside, and I know the potential that lies in this organization
of IT experts. Through our distributed operating model we will continue to
deliver expert competencies and advisory services, while broadening our services
through providing more teams-as-a-service and project deliveries", says Save
Mr Asmervik holds 2,570 shares and 196,884 share options in the Company.
For further information, please contact:
Chair of the board, Trond K. Johannessen, phone +47 915 96 688
Webstep ASA is a provider of consultancy services to the private and public
sector, with the IT expertise necessary to deliver the most demanding
digitalisation and IT services.The Webstep Group employs approximately 400
employees in Norway and Sweden. The company offers its services to more than 200
customers annually and has been recognised for its work environment.
This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5
-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.