British IT service provider Computacenter has opened a new German headquarters and an integration center in town of Kerpen in the west of the country. Together the two buildings cost €44 million and will be home to some 1000 employees.
The company provides complete computer networks, including software and hardware, to commercial and government clients and services them from help desks.
The company was founded all the way back in 1981 and has 24 locations in Germany.
“From our new headquarters in Kerpen, a location at the center of Germany, we can offer customized IT services for all of Europe,” said Computacenter Deutschland spokesman Reiner Louis. “And the integration center allows us to continue to grow and meet the increasing demand for product and configuration services.”