Zucchetti Tower: the new futuristic and eco-friendly offices of the leading Italian software house have been inaugurated

The new building, that will host around 350 people, it’s modern and environment-friendly and it fully represents Zucchetti’s spirit, aiming at excellence, continuous innovation and attention to people.

Lodi, 23rd June 2017 - Today, Zucchetti Group, leading Italian software house and leader in software solutions dedicated to companies and professionals, presented in Lodi its new offices, realized thanks to the renovation of a building of the ‘70s that has been transformed into the futuristic Zucchetti Tower.

Mino Zucchetti, founder of the company, together with the Prefectural Commissioner Mariano Savastano and Lodi’s bishop His Excellency Monsignor Maurizio Malvestiti cut the ribbon, officially inaugurating Zucchetti Tower in front of local and national authorities.

Alessandro Zucchetti, President of Zucchetti Spa and Cristina Zucchetti, President of Zucchetti Spa were also present during the inauguration.

“This tower represents the real essence of our company – stated Alessandro Zucchetti – a futuristic, ‘green’ and functional building, that was born without destroying but revaluating what was already existing. ‘Doing things in a new way’ is one of the meanings of innovation, one of the principles that drive us in realizing our software and that also inspired us in the creation of this tower”.

On the same page also Antonio Grioli, President of the Steering Committee, that highlighted everyone’s commitment and collaboration in realizing this work, as it has always been happening in the company: “Team, respect of rules that do not undermine the contribution of the individuals, the belief that innovation is not top-down, but also and mostly bottom-up. Any person, including newly-hired young people can have a winning idea. And for this reason they must be listened to.”

From July, Zucchetti Tower will be operational for all of Zucchetti’s employees who have been assigned to this new building, that has now become a symbol of the city of Lodi too.