diconium moves in with the high-tech elite on the U.S. West Coast: The digital transformation experts open the company's ninth office in San Jose. The growth spurt continues after the record year of 2016. Boasting remuneration revenues of about EUR 55 million and a workforce of more than 600 around the globe, the company, led by founders Andreas Schwend and Daniel Rebhorn, takes its next international expansion step. For the last 22 years, diconium has been advising and supporting companies with digitial service offerings.
Roland Oberdorfer will be in charge of the U.S. operation. The expert for "online transactions" founded the start-up SiteOlympics four years ago and migrated under the roof of diconium with his company. In this way, the service products of SiteOlympics were made accessible to the entire diconium group. At its new office, which will employ 30 new recruits, diconium Inc. plans to bet increasingly on the disciplines SEO, analytics and online marketing over the next twelve months.
Optimal business conditions on the West Coast
Andreas Schwend has identified San Jose as perfect environment for the further development of his agile digital company: "The digital revolution began in Silicon Valley. Immediately we began working with some of the biggest technology companies of the world, innovative start-ups and our partners such as Adobe or Tealium. Furthermore, with our own creative lab we wish to further expand our digital service portfolio. We are happy to have opened our ninth office to the hub of digital innovation". Roland Oberdorfer, the new managing director of diconium Inc, adds: "The wheels start turning in synchronicity very quickly in Silicon Valley. Here, we have opportunity to develop a team consisting of the best talent in the digital industry. With our digital services, in-house innovations and expanded portfolio, we will evolve into one of the key contacts for all customers who have ambitions to be successful in the United States. I am very happy to have the opportunity to accompany this process".