Zucchetti, the leading Italian software house, will take part in CEBIT 2018 to present its new technological offer for the International market to companies and ICT operators.
With €466 million of turnover in 2017, 150 000 active clients, over 900 partners in Italy and 200 abroad that operate in 50 different countries, Zucchetti business confirms its growth trends, not only in Italy but also in Europe.
The huge successes achieved in the past years by Zucchetti’s solutions for big companies, convinced the Italian software house to intensify its expansion abroad, both through acquisitions and/or partnerships with important international players and with a direct presence in the country.
Part of this project is the creation in 2015 of Zucchetti Gmbh, headquartered in Voelklingen in the Saarbrücken district in Germany, that has become the point of reference for the group’s offer dedicated to the German market. It is in fact able to offer a wide range of solutions that, after being successful on the Italian market, are already able to specifically and punctually answer to the needs of international companies. Zucchetti is able to provide ERP for companies of any sector and size, HR solutions for a complete workforce management, applications for POS management in restaurants and retail, highly customizable e-commerce solutions and advanced CRM tools for an increasingly automated management of pre-sales and post-sales activities.
Zucchetti will showcase its unique offer in terms of technological innovation and functional completeness at Cebit 2018, the biggest international fair in the ICT sector, that will take place in Hannover from 12th to 15th June.
“Our goal is to become the point of reference for German companies that need to satisfy their software and ICT services needs” - stated Dirk Schwindling, CEO of Zucchetti Gmbh –“ and Cebit represents the “best showcase” for vendors like Zucchetti, that aim not only at presenting a really innovative solution to a highly qualified audience, but also to communicate, in particular to German companies, our proximity to clients from a territorial point of view, from the negotiation management to the installation of applications and the post-sales support.”