IT made in Italy at Cebit: another success for Zucchetti group

The Hanover Exhibition has given Zucchetti Group the occasion to establish interesting contacts and to find business opportunities in different countries

Zucchetti Group's sixth consecutive presence at CeBIT, the most important international ICT show held every year in Hanover turned out to be positive and very interesting.
As it was predictable, the important exhibition could not but feel the consequences of the economical/ financial crisis that affects the world on a global scale.
Nevertheless, in spite of the inevitable attendance decrease, the expectations of those who searched new business opportunities at this event were not let down.
Most of the 4,300 companies present at the show, coming from 69 countries and over 400,000 visitors (a significant increase of the American and Middle East attendance) have left Hanover with a sense of satisfaction, having created new business opportunities and relationships. Many people saw in CeBIT 2009 a source of optimism. Zucchetti Group - among the few Italian companies present at the fair - has found in Hanover the evidence of its increasing international calling.
The solutions provided by Zucchetti and AxessTMC, one of the group's companies, have aroused great interest during the six days of the event, both in the complete Human Resources Management field, in the new turnstile electronic integrated line and in the automated data collection terminals.

Bruno Morini, Zucchetti International Business Development Director declares: "The difficult economical situation has brought about a decrease in the number of exhibitors and this has favoured the companies that were present at the fair. The reason for our participation was mainly to find competent and reliable partners that can commercialize Zucchetti solutions and from this point of view the results were satisfying. At CeBIT we have established many important contacts that could turn into new strategic collaborations in Europe, Africa, South America and Middle East, following our business model, leading to the expansion of our substantial network featuring over 100 partners worldwide."

For Roberto Pagani, AxessTMC CEO, the fair has brought some positive results as well: "AXESS TMC is among the few world companies that can supply enterprise class solutions for access control and the only Italian company present in 50 different countries through its business partners. The sales of our access control solutions in the United States, Canada, Europe and Middle East are mostly the results of the partnerships that we have made during the years with the local IT operators. The business model based on the indirect sales channel is winning not only in Italy, but worldwide as well. The Hanover fair allows geographically distant companies to share our vision in terms of solutions' development and go-to-market approach, in order to build new successful partnerships."