Cooperation also at the new Volkswagen We Campus in Berlin
Teams from Volkswagen and diconium have already been working together at Volkswagen’s new We Campus in Berlin since July 2019. At this location, Volkswagen intends to gradually bring together about 900 specialists for the development of mobility and digital services. In future, the We Campus will play a key role as a development center within the Car.Software organization.
Andreas Schwend, co-founder and co-Managing Director of diconium, says:
“Following a year of successful partnership, Daniel Rebhorn and I, the founders of diconium, are very pleased to take up this unique opportunity for our company and our employees. We would like to thank Volkswagen for the opportunity of helping to shape what is currently one of the most exciting digitalization projects.“
Schwend also emphazises that the diconium brand and DNA will be maintained:
"For diconium and its employees, as well as our new and existing customers, this step offers a clear new development perspective. This is important because we want to continue to generate a large part of our sales with third-party clients."
diconium, with headquarters in Stuttgart, was established in 1995 and is a leading specialist in the holistic development of digital business models. Its activities include strategy development and the design of the user experience (UX), as well as the implementation and operational realization of business ideas. The core competences of diconium include the development of sales platforms for digital products and services as well as IT systems in customer management.
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