o9 Solutions Opens European Headquarters in the Netherlands
The premier AI-powered platform has opened its European headquarters in the Netherlands and will meet the growing demand for digital services in Europe
Today, o9 Solutions announced the official opening of its European headquarters in the Netherlands. The U.S.-based company’s new office is located in Amsterdam Schiphol and will be utilized to elevate service levels to its existing customer base in the region and also meet the growing demand for companies seeking digital transformation of planning and operations.
The o9 Solutions team in Europe specializes in solving complex business challenges, driving digital transformation and delivering next-generation, AI-powered integrated business planning solutions. As part of the company’s growth strategy, the company is also expanding its highly educated international workforce to help meet the growing demand for its services.
“As companies across Europe face the challenges inherent in our continuously evolving modern business landscape, they’re recognizing the critical need for greater precision in their planning and operations,” said Chakri Gottemukkala, Co-Founder and CEO, o9 Solutions. “That critical need has generated a tremendous amount of activity in our Netherlands office in the five months since we’ve opened our doors. We’re having conversations daily with European companies who want to leverage digital business models to achieve a next-generation level of operational and supply chain effectiveness.”
The Gateway to Europe
If your company seeks connectivity – digitally or physically – the Netherlands is an ideal location for business operations. With the highest broadband penetration per capita in the world, Holland supports a variety of data and digitally driven companies like Microsoft, Cisco Systems and Oracle. The Netherlands’ also boasts a robust infrastructure with world-class seaports, centrally located airports and more.
Stephan de Barse, who leads the o9 Europe team, even stated, “With Amsterdam as a central location, we are easily accessible to our European customers, and because our office is in an AI hub, we’ve created a fantastic environment for our Art of the Possible Workshops.”
Source: BusinessWire28 May 2019