Our Mission

Providing IT consulting services has been our passion since the company was founded in 1995. Several external factors have influenced us over the years, but our philosophy has always remained unchanged.

We believe that we don’t have to be able to do everything. But we can do what we are able to do really well – advising international banks and insurance companies on the selection, implementation and operation of standard software as well as individual developments.

In doing so, we cover everything with our end-to-end approach, from establishing requirements and overseeing the going-live process to managing day-to-day operations and enhancing applications.

Together with our partner TEMENOS we offer you the best solutions for acquiring and retaining clients.

We see ourselves as a driving force when undertaking our projects. We assume the responsibility and do our utmost to ensure that your project is completed on time and on budget.

Our employees are a key element in it all. We really value open communication and cultivate a strong, healthy corporate culture informed by collegiality and teamwork. The hierarchical structures are flat and the doors are always open.

Being on the market for 24 years makes us proud, but it also reminds us that we have a social duty. Accordingly, we have been supporting the DKMS, the German blood cancer charity, for a number of years. It is a matter really close to our hearts, which is why we are a member of the charity’s ‘Club der 1000’ and also signed up to the company blood typing scheme.

This mix of expertise and humanity makes us what we are.


Service and adherence to schedules are not just empty words,
because these aspects are actively embraced.

Head of Business Applications

N+P consultants constantly provide a valuable service and are highly appreciated by us.

Project Manager


Our management team is made up of consulting veterans and experts who are highly familiar with the banking IT environment.

Successful Projects


Cups of Coffee per Day

Social Commitment


Supporting the DKMS, a German register of bone-marrow donors, is a matter close to our heart. Since 2008, 620 new possible donors have been registered. We encourage all of our employees to have themselves registered as bone-marrow donors, at the our expense.


In our home port of Hamburg, we support the ”Pottkieker” (district kitchen of Dulsberg). It creates jobs for long-term unemployed and enables people impacted by old-age poverty to receive wholesome and affordable meals and to participate actively in life.

Sports Clubs

We also support various youth and mass sports teams with donations for urgently needed sports equipment and clothing. Amongst other clubs we currently support the TSV Hohenhorst and the TuS Ostervesede.

  • 2015

    The year 2015 was a real milestone in the history of N+P because we celebrated the company’s 20th anniversary – a good opportunity to take a look back as well as forward. The consulting market itself is subject to constant change. As such, we have experienced and achieved a great deal over the past two decades. This change was especially evident in the past year: we made a decision to close our "Transport+Logistics" division in order to enable us to focus fully on the financial sector, especially standard software products such as the TEMENOS Wealth Suite and SimCorp Dimension. Newly acquired clients such as the Swiss National Bank, Continentale and the Bank of Singapore prove that our decision was justified. The greater focus on our services und target group was also reflected in the area of events. In 2015 we organised two Triple’A user groups, one in Singapore and one in Zurich. Both user groups were a resounding success. Reason enough to continue bolstering and networking the Triple’A community in 2016. There was also a focus on N+P as an employer brand in 2015. In order to strengthen and develop our international team, all colleagues gathered for our first summer camp. At the same time, our "Change@N+P" initiative was set up to give all colleagues the opportunity to get actively involved in shaping the working environment and corporate culture. In addition, we have once again decided to enter the "Hamburg’s Best Employer" competition. The results will be published in mid-February 2016.

  • 2014

    The year 2014 was one marked by partnerships. After many years of collaboration NIELSEN+PARTNER agreed a service partnership with TEMENOS for the EMEA region in order to expand and enhance all Triple’A Plus services. Against this background the 4th Triple’A Usergroup convened in Zurich and for the first time in English. The internal partners’ structure has also been expanded: Manuel Brunckhorst acquired ten per cent of the company shares at the beginning of the financial year. Overall, the internationalisation of the company and the expansion of all locations continued through the appointment of regional managers among other things. One very special highlight at the end of the year was the DKMS (German Bone Marrow Donor Centre) company typing, which led to 22 new registrations. In addition, NIELSEN+PARTNER was delighted to be included in the "DKMS 1000 Club", which has supported the DKMS for many years.

  • 2013

    2013 was a particularly exciting year for NIELSEN+PARTNER and full of fresh challenges and novelties. With the establishment of NIELSEN+PARTNER Pte Ltd. in Singapore in March 2013, the cornerstone was laid for expansion to the Far East. In cooperation with TEMENOS, the first customers acquired were OCBC and UOB. The development of the Swiss market also led to a number of changes. To continue to do justice to leveraging the growth potential on site, in November 2013 Gerd Klask joined the company as Managing Director. He will be responsible for further extension and establishment activities in Zurich. In addition, numerous projects were acquired e.g. with Commerzbank, Warburg Invest and HANSAINVEST.

  • 2012

    The number of employees exceeds 50; the company acquires five high-calibre clients, namely Talanx Asset Management GmbH, Warburg Invest Kapitalanlagegesellschaft mbH, HHLA Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG, Nordea Bank S.A. and Swisscanto Asset Management AG in one fell swoop. The company’s orientation clearly focuses on the Private Banking, Asset Management, SAP and Transport/Logistics divisions.

  • 2011

    Swiss Life and Cortal Consors are acquired, two additional new clients of note. A cooperative venture is entered into with Lupus alpha Businsess Solutions GmbH in the DWH environment for asset managers. Internally, we further professionalised our organisation. The Private Banking division is now managed by our long-standing colleague Manuel Brunckhorst, and Frerk Theissen is reponsible for the Asset Management division. The overall responsibility for the Finance division remains in the capable hands of Nils Röver. Gearing our activities to prevailing market conditions serves to enhance our level of customer and market orientation. Moreover, in Petra Guthunz we now have a Head of Human Resources who focuses on improving our recruiting and vocational training for our staff in order to proactively take measures to counteract the scarcity of skilled personnel.

  • 2010

    The size of the workforce reaches 50, and the growth achieved in recent years leads to the organisation of business being divided up into the Transport+Logistics as well as Private Banking and Asset Management divisions. Two further customers acquired are DAB bank AG and Reemtsma Cigarettenfabriken. A large-scale project is launched at Deutsche Bank.

  • 2009

    Three new Hamburg customers of note are acquired in one go, namely Hamburger Sparkasse, HSH Nordbank and DAKOSY AG. Growth in the past several years makes it necessary to relocate to larger business premises at Grosser Burstah 45.

  • 2008

    Together with GWIL, Lüneburg, NundP ES GmbH is founded for the purpose of providing SAP consultancy services. The number of employees has meanwhile grown to 41. In addition to DZ Bank International, Baloise Asset Management Schweiz AG was acquired as a new client.

  • 2007

    The company founder, Hans-Heinrich Nielsen, leaves the company after 11 years’ successful work; he sells his stake to Gerd Klaasen, Sven Mathes and Nils Röver. Sven Mathes and Nils Röver are appointed additional Managing Directors alongside Gerd Klaasen. The number of employees grew to reach 25 early in 2007; in June of that year, NIELSEN+PARTNER Unternehmensberater AG is founded in Zurich. WGZ Bank and Oldenburgische Landesbank are acquired as new clients.

  • 2006

    Since June 2006 NIELSEN+PARTNER has been supporting the private banking at a large Swiss bank by further developing Triple’A from Odyssey which is used there. NIELSEN+PARTNER received the grant for the EU project EFFORTS in the area of transport+logistics.

  • 2005

    In October 2005 NIELSEN+PARTNER celebrated its 10th birthday, the number of employees had now risen to 20. In March of this year the self developed integration software CALAEDO was launched. CALAEDO as an integration tool noticeably facilitates system communication in a strongly heterogenic IT landscape: chronologically and economically. A prefabricated standard business transaction library for the integration of portfolio and asset management systems is a component of the software. Credit Suisse Private Advisors and the Deutsche Wertpapier Service Bank AG use this software. In the summer of this year NIELSEN+PARTNER gained Deutsche Bank AG and a large Swiss bank as new customers.

  • 2004

    Further growth calls for a relocation to the office in Dornbusch 2. Deutsche WertpapierService Bank AG – Germany’s largest securities processing bank – is acquired as a client.

  • 2003

    The Credit Suisse subsidiary CSPA is acquired as a customer. For this particular client, the entire installation and handling of the Portfolio Management System RPMS is taken over and handled.

  • 2002

    The staff members Gerd Klaasen, Sven Mathes and Nils Röver together assume 75% of the stakes in the company. Gerd Klaasen is appointed as an additional Managing Director and is responsible for Professional Services; Sven Mathes takes over the Transport+Logistics division, and Nils Röver is responsible for Finance. Meanwhile the number of employees has risen to 15. The focal points of consultancy services now are on the fields of system integration, process analysis, process design, and quality management.

  • 2001

    Intensification of consultancy business in the field of Portfolio and Asset Management.

  • 2000

    Establishment of a consulting division for Private Banking.

  • 1999

    Relocation to more spacious premises in Hamburg’s inner city.

  • 1998

    Reuters AG is acquired as a customer and supported with the development of the standard software Reuters Portfolio Management System (RPMS).

  • 1997

    Shift of activities in the direction of specialist analysis and process optimisation.

  • 1996

    Extension of the range of services and intensification of cooperation with Hapag-Lloyd and Airbus.

  • 1995

    Establishment of the company by Hans-Heinrich Nielsen and assumption of initial mandates with Hapag-Lloyd Container Linie GmbH and Airbus Deutschland GmbH in the field of IT projects.