Munich, Germany – September 14, 2020 – intive announced
today that this month the brand celebrates 4 years in the global market, with a
redesigned corporate website and new additions to client portfolio. As the
digital economy picks up speed amid the coronavirus pandemic, the company
continues to act as a digital accelerator ensuring business continuity, increased
operational efficiency and improved customer experience.
intive was founded in 2016 from a merger of BLStream,
Kupferwerk and SMT Software Services. After having accumulated 17 years of
experience providing digital solutions to global clients, since 2016 the newly
established brand has translated to strong existing business partnerships and
domain-specific expertise. With investments in Argentinian FDV Solutions and
German automotive software company iNTENCE in 2017, intive became a global digital
powerhouse providing end-to-end services and technology-led innovation.
Today intive operates across 5 time zones with engineering
teams and domain experts based on 3 continents. The brand marks its 4th
anniversary with a freshly redesigned website, a 4th design award for intive’s
UX specialists and new additions to its client portfolio. As COVID-19 has
turned out to be a catalyst for digital adoption worldwide, intive, with its
cross-industry experience and proximity to Europe and the Americas, has been
providing support to its existing and new clients in their shift to digital
platforms and services.
„With 213 countries and territories around the world
affected by the virus, restrictions to international air service and lockdowns,
consumption patterns are shifting towards digital channels and companies turn
to remote work. The road to recovery and business continuity clearly is
digital,” – says Gurdeep Grewal, CEO of intive. “During the last 4 years we’ve
proved our customer centricity and expertise providing our clients with a
seamless roadmap to launch new products and services faster than ever. The
challenges posed by the pandemic heavily impacting retail, travel, banking,
education, or manufacturing can be successfully addressed with digital solutions.
We’ve only just started our cooperation with Deichmann and Netzsch in Germany.”
According to the new IDC Digital Transformation Spending
Guide, worldwide investment in digital transformation technologies is expected
to increase by 10.4 percent this year, amounting to 1.3 trillion U.S. dollars.
As companies seek to transform existing business processes and secure their
growth, innovative design, new digital channels, AI technology and nearshoring
“Some industries spearhead digital transformation. Our TMT
clients like Facebook, Blackberry or Viacom always stay ahead of the tech
curve. Other sectors have been continuously shifting their strategy toward
digital, as have our long-standing partners Esprit and Vorwerk, or automotive
giants such as Volkswagen, Audi or BMW,” – adds Grewal. “Now, due to new
challenges we’re seeing increased interest in online platforms and services.
We’re also seeing more of our clients wanting to have Eastern Europe and South
America as a their main near shore delivery hub, as they look to expand their
teams or set up new units and R&D labs”.
intive is a global digital powerhouse headquartered in
Munich, Germany. With a challenging, exploratory and agile mindset and
international teams of software, design and business experts, intive partners
with market leaders in accelerating digital transformation for products and
services of tomorrow. intive’s solutions driven by world-class innovation add
value along the whole application lifecycle – from product conceptualization to
its maintenance. The company’s operations include 12 development centers and 6
design studios in Germany, Poland and Argentina as well as regional offices in
the UK and the USA. intive won the trust of the world’s largest companies such
as Audi, BASF, BMW, Credit Suisse, Discovery, Disney, Esprit, Facebook, Google,
ING, Viacom and Vorwerk.