Beyond.pl announces third CEO change in less than a year



Wojciech Stramski, CEO, Beyond.pl

Beyond.pl’s Supervisory Board has accepted Aman Khan’s decision to step down from his role in view of unforeseen circumstances precipitated by COVID-19.

Beyond.pl has announced the appointment of Wojciech Stramski as its latest CEO, as the Supervisory Board of Beyond.pl accepted Khan’s decision to step down from his role.

Stramski has been with the company for five years serving on its Supervisory Board. The three-member Management Board also includes Beyond.pl’s Vice President and founder Michał Grzybkowski and Piotr Cegieła, CFO.

“Beyond.pl colocation and cloud infrastructure is setting industry standards in Poland. Our flagship DC2 data centre represents the highest security class, as attested by the international Rated-4 ANSI/TIA 942 certification,” ”, said Stramski.

“Beyond.pl’s Poznań campus is one of the few sites in Poland to support high-density colocation services. This allows us to serve international players that offer Software as a Service (SaaS) and global cloud computing providers that use Poland as a strategic point of entry into Central and Eastern Europe.”


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Stramski’s career began in the multinational consultancy KPMG, subsequently took him to the global corporations Altria and Honeywell.

In recent years, Stramski has held a number of management and supervisory positions. He has worked for the likes of Kulczyk Holding, Kulczyk Tradex, PEKAES S.A., Ciech S.A., and Stanusch Technologies.

“The Beyond.pl campus currently holds two data centres offering the capacity of 8 MW with further 30 MW under development. Beyond.pl offers global cloud providers an ideal site for IT infrastructure serving as a service hub for all of Central Europe”, added Stramski.

Privately, Stramski invests in Poland’s start-up ecosystem and is the founder of the DeepChange Ventures – a fund that specialises in investing in sustainable development technologies.

Prior to Khan, the Poland-based colocation company announced the appointment of Claes Meyer zu Allendorf as the company’s CEO in October 2019.

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