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Wolfgang R. Dalichau

Wolfgang R. Dalichau

Wolfgang R. Dalichau is a seasoned executive with more than 40 years’ experience in both, Fortune 500 and SMB companies. He is currently coaching start-ups on general management and growth opportunities.

 

Dalichau had a successful 35-year career at NCR Corporation, the global leader in ATM’s and Data Warehousing Systems. He joined NCR in 1965 as an international sales trainee, and spent the first 15 years in various countries of the Middle East and Africa. Holding management positions since 1972, he then spent 28 years in various positions, impacting positively on the growth and profitability of NCR.

During the AT&T years of NCR he first served as Marketing VP for Europe, ME/Africa and Latin America, playing a key role in the European integration effort. He was then appointed CEO of NCR Germany, and returned this – the largest – European subsidiary to growth and profitability. He was appointed to the Board of Directors of AT&T GIS in 1997.

After his return to the US – and the spin-off of NCR from AT&T - he assumed responsibility for NCR’s Financial Systems Group in the Americas, a $1.2 billion business, which he managed till his retirement in 2000. 

Following his retirement he formed SAXXON Global Resources, LLC, a Management Consulting company, supporting stagnant and start-up companies in raising capital and growing their business. In 2001 he founded SAXXON-ATM, a Toronto, Canada, based ATM advertising company. In October 2002, together with his partner Jeff Levine, he acquired a majority stake in Module 21, operating under the name M21 Industries.

He relocated to Singapore in early 2012.

Dalichau is a US citizen who was born in Dessau, Germany. He enjoys golf, skiing and boating. He and his wife Irene have two sons, Michael (37) and Bernard (33).

He is a former Rotarian (International), a former Board Member of the Electronic Funds Transfer Association and the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra Association. He is currently a Trustee of the National Aviation Hall of Fame.