Delcam GmbH Opens New Office in Southern Germany
BIRMINGHAM, UK, Mar 24, 2014 - Delcam GmbH has opened a new office in Eislingen in Baden-Württemberg to further increase its sales in the southern part of Germany. Delcam’s German subsidiary achieved record sales of software and maintenance in 2013 and, with the opening of the new office, is looking forward to even better growth this year.
The modern offices in the attractive location of Eislingen were purchased in early November, 2013. They offer a pleasant working environment for the planned total of seven staff team that is now being recruited.
The opening of the new office is an important step to further develop the company’s business in southern Germany, where it is already seeing strong demand for its CAM and CAD systems, as well for its hardware-neutral inspection and reverse engineering software.
“The location in Eislingen is ideal in order to increase our local presence in one of the world’s strongest economic regions – the Stuttgart area,” said Robert Aulbur, Managing Director of Delcam GmbH. “One important criterion in selecting the building was that our new office should have well-equipped classrooms. Our customers in southern Germany can now benefit from Delcam’s full range of training courses, without the long journey to our headquarters in Obertshausen, near Frankfurt.” In addition, the building in Schillerstraße 21 is located only a few minutes’ walk from the train station in Eislingen and so is easy to reach by train as well as by car.
“We are in the process of recruiting more experienced sales and support staff for the new office,” added Robert Aulbur. “Our plan is to develop the Eislingen office as a regional centre of excellence, providing the same high level of training and technical support that our customers receive from our Obertshausen headquarters.”
In 1965 Donald Welbourn, director in Industrial Co-operation at Cambridge University, had the vision to see the possibility of using computers to assist pattern makers to solve the problems of modeling difficult 3D shapes. Initial work was sponsored by the Science Research Council but finding money to support the development was a constant problem for Donald Welbourn.
Delcam currently operates throughout the Americas, Europe, the Far East and Australasia using a tight-knit network of regional headquarters and sales offices. regional offices, for example Delcam Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary in Canada, offer support and assistance to the numerous sales offices within their area who are each able to concentrate on certain markets and locations. Delcam has several wholly owned sales offices around the world, for example Delcam Malaysia offers the same service to those sales partners in the Far East. This strong structure includes over a hundred sales offices all working together to promote Delcam products and offer local support and training to Delcam customers.
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