Crisis-proof and fast-growing employer moves into new, company-owned building.
INNOSYSTEC GmbH, the Big Data Analytics specialist from Lake Constance, will move into its new company building in August 2020. After 20 years and a very successful company history, the rented office space is no longer sufficient for further expansion. Due to the lack of larger, already existing premises in the area, INNO has decided to invest in its own building.
"20 years ago, we would never have thought that we would develop into an innovative, internationally recognised software company," says Peter Zerwes, CEO and founder of INNO. "The fact that we, with 70 employees today, are also an important employer in Salem and the region – with crisis-proof jobs – makes us particularly proud", Zerwes continues, "with the new building, we are also doing justice to our growth strategy: in future, we will offer space for 150 employees on 7,200 square meters of office space".
Working atmosphere and sustainability were the main focus when planning the building. Not only were the employees involved in the building plan and office design from the very beginning, the design also aims to achieve a work-life balance and to facilitate the exchange of ideas. For this reason, there are staff kitchens on every floor and the large lounge on the second floor offers direct access to the roof terrace. Even in the Townhall, which is entirely in INNO blue from the outside, customers and employees will find sufficient space for appropriate events. Last but not least, Mr. Zerwes paid attention to a sustainable and environmentally friendly construction method. Thus, a large amount of the electricity required is produced on the roof by means of our own solar system. In addition, INNO now also offers the option of charging its own electric car at the charging points in front of the company building, if required.
So, after a construction period of just under 10 months, INNO employees can finally move into their new building and are already look forward to further growth.