MapsPeople expands their presence in DACH Region
MapsPeople opens permanent office in Germany as part of market expansion
Aalborg, 5 November 2021
After five years in the DACH region, MapsPeople announces the opening of a new and permanent office in Munich, Germany, and looks forward to accelerating their growth within the region. Over the next five years MapsPeople expects exponential growth in the DACH Region. The Munich office will focus on supporting customers and partners in DACH and Eastern Europe from both a commercial and technical point of view.
MapsPeople CEO Michael Gram, comments “This is an important step in realizing our market expansion. The opening of this office is a result of our planned growth at MapsPeople, and by establishing a base in Germany, we reinforce our commitment to attracting and retaining customers in the DACH region.”
MapsPeople are already present in multiple industries like Corporate Offices, Sports and Healthcare, and has strategic partnerships with companies like Deutsche Telekom, Siemens and Cisco.
MapsPeople CCO, Jannik Brouwers, states “This is a key element of our strategy, as we see the DACH region having the largest market potential in EMEA. After several successful years with industry leaders across verticals, the establishment of additional sales and technical teams in Munich will bring us closer to our existing customers and partners.”
Michael Gram, CEO
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MapsIndoors is a platform for indoor navigation that customers and partners integrate into their own apps, websites, and kiosks. The platform is today sold via both direct sales and partner sales but the focus is to move it to primarily partner sales where more than half of the revenue is coming from today. This is especially from OEM-partners where the business model is based on close contact with a partner who then includes MapsPeople’s solution as an integrated part of their product. This type of growth takes more time, but already in the middle stage, it will offer us a larger and broader volume.