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Much Approval at the Annual General Meeting /

Revenues more than doubled in only four years / Supervisory board enlarged to six members, one-third of whom are employees / Agenda proposals approved by large majorities / Dividend of 15 euro cents / Forecast confirmed

Filderstadt, 15 March 2013 – A more than doubling of revenues in only four years’ time, the on-schedule completion of the Steeb integration, and the company’s rise to become the new Number 1 in the German-speaking midmarket segment earned All for One Steeb AG much approval during yesterday’s annual general meeting. All of the agenda items were approved with large majorities. In addition to the distribution of a dividend of 15 euro cents per share, an expansion of the supervisory board was also approved. One-third of this board, which has now been enlarged to six individuals, is made up of company employees.

Peter Brogle, independent businessman, Peter Fritsch, CFO of BEKO HOLDING AG, and Josef Blazicek, independent businessman, were already members of the supervisory board. Friedrich Roithner, CFO of CROSS Industries AG, was elected for the first time to the supervisory board by the shareholders. Elected to the supervisory board beforehand by the employees were Jörgen Dalhoff, Portfolio Manager, and Detlef Mehlmann, Head of Alliance Management, SAP Cloud Solutions und United VARs, both All for One Steeb AG.

Despite what are significantly increased economic risks, this SAP full-service provider wants to expand even further during the current financial year 2012/13 and, with this in mind, recently raised its full-year forecast for 2012/13 in terms of revenues and earnings from EUR 170 million and an EBIT margin of 5% to EUR 180 million (revenues) and EUR 9 million (EBIT) and reaffirmed this projection during the annual general meeting. Approximately 81 percent of the share capital was represented at the Meeting.