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KBMax Opens Germany Office

Posted by Thomas Plocher on 5/18/17 8:13 PM
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KBMax achieved an important milestone, opening its Germany office as part of our international market expansion. The new location has been operational since May 1, 2017 and is located in 71063 Sindelfingen*, near Stuttgart.
The Sindelfingen location has been carefully selected. It is centrally located in Germany, for better market coverage, and allows KBMax to work much closer with our partners, such as Salesforce and Oracle, and optimally serve our customers in the surrounding regions.
We are currently hiring a team of sales, marketing, and support staff to execute on our strategic expansion, serving the German speaking market DACH – Germany, Austria, Switzerland.
Manufacturing firms are investing in talent, technologies and process improvements to become more competitive. KBMax’ technology increases profitability and drives growth by allowing manufacturers to configure and sell complex products faster, while offering an unprecedented customer experience on any device. All of KBMax features seamlessly integrate with virtually any leading CRM, ERP, E-Commerce, CAD, PDM and PLM systems.
*Sindelfingen is a city in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is located 48.70 latitude and 9.02 longitude and it is situated at elevation 468 meters above sea level. Sindelfingen has a population of about 62,000 and operates on the CEMT time zone, which means that it follows the same time zone as Stuttgart.
Also, the iconic Mercedes-Benz factory in Sindelfingen began its activity in 1915, only then it was building airplanes and airplane engines. Production switched to vehicle bodies after the war ended, but it wasn’t until 1946 that Mercedes started building complete cars in Sindelfingen.
Ever since the Mercedes-Benz 220 model was introduced in 1951, this plant has been assembling the company’s luxury limousines, including all the predecessors of the S-Class and this current generation. And, in 2015, the Sindelfingen plant also celebrated the assembly of its 20 millionth car.

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