The Zucchetti Group's latest published figures show just how far the Italian company has grown in the 40 years or so since it was founded. With sales totaling 466 million euros in 2017, 150,000 active customers, over 900 business partners in Italy and around 200 more spread across 50 other countries, the Group is well on its way to becoming a major global player. The company was keen to seize the great opportunity presented by CEBIT's new concept. "CEBIT is the most important international trade fair in the world of ICT," says Dirk Schwindling, Managing Director of Zucchetti GmbH, which was founded in 2015 as part of plans to tap into the German market. "This makes CEBIT the perfect showcase for suppliers such as Zucchetti who want to directly communicate the value of a truly innovative offering to a highly qualified audience. This particularly applies to German companies. We want to show that we're right on their doorstep - starting at the negotiating stage all the way through to installing applications and providing after-sales support."
After achieving spectacular success in recent years with its solutions for large enterprises, the Italian software provider is boldly pursuing its plans to expand abroad. "What makes Zucchetti unique is its innovative technology and comprehensive solutions," says Schwindling, "and our goal is to become the first port of call for software requirements and IT services in Germany, too. We already offer a very wide range of solutions on the German market - from ERP for companies of all sizes and specialisms right through to end-to-end HR solutions, applications for controlling cash registers in gastronomy and retail, e-commerce solutions, and adjustable, updated CRM tools for increasingly automated management of pre-sales and after-sales operations. Our extensive experience in access control technology equips us superbly to assist customers with their security and automation needs. Not many people know that Zucchetti is actually one of the world’s leading suppliers of security systems for stadiums, large leisure parks and sports facilities."