The branding is part of the group’s expansion strategy to better position it as the resource for in-depth cloud expertise, particularly with Microsoft products.
11 independent Technology businesses comprise a growing community. The Digital Neighborhood takes advantage of the experience of each organization to improve collaboration and cross-group delivery to its clients in the Benelux, the Nordics, and Germany.
With the new brand, the business can tell a more compelling story about its clients, team members, and prospective new hires in the rapidly changing digital landscape. Also, it provides a more suitable home for its 11 brands among the 1,250 consultants, engineers, and employees that make up its community.
The organization, which started in 2012, has more than 2,300 clients and has quadrupled in size over the past three years. As the company moves closer to its objective of becoming one of the most powerful IT organizations in Northern Europe, the new brand will give the company a stronger narrative that is more representative of its offering. It will be a digital hub for deep tech knowledge that is concentrated on business management solutions, data science, cloud infrastructure, security, consulting, and development.
The Digital Neighborhood is a key partner for the company in Northern Europe and has extensive experience and deep integration throughout the whole Microsoft ecosystem. This community has one inner-circle Microsoft seat, six Partner Advisory Council seats, and nine Microsoft specialties. Moreover, it has 10 Microsoft MVPs, one FastTrack Recognized Solution Architect (Power Platform), and is a Security and Manageability Elite Partner. It also participates in the Global Enterprise Skills Initiative (ESI) (Engineering Program). The organization offers one of the most complete Microsoft solutions for a mid-market company and has been recognized as a Microsoft Partner of the Year in a number of different sectors.
The fiercely independent yet interdependent businesses that make up the Digital Neighborhood include True, DMP, Pink Elephant, Cmotions, Focus Enterprise Solutions, GAC, Delegate, Projectum, 2Foqus, Sulava, and Iquality. These companies are active in seven different countries. By using the same beliefs and techniques, they help their clients embrace the future and realize their digital objectives.
Thanks to the new name, customers will have an easier time understanding how to access the Neighborhood’s specialized fields of knowledge. By working with one of them, a client may communicate with all the businesses that make up The Digital Neighborhood while only having to deal with one person. Simply said, customers may choose the digital abilities they need from the Neighborhood as they become available.
The diverse group of talent in the Digital Neighborhood takes advantage of one another’s technological prowess in each of its several firms. By placing a strong focus on skill, The Digital Neighborhood creates an environment where people can flourish at what they do.
According to The Digital Neighborhood CEO Jean-Yves Charlier, the redesign matches our growth strategy since we want to become a market leader in Northern Europe. It will support our efforts to recruit the top IT talent in our industry, attract outstanding employees, and be one of the finest places to work. The moniker “Digital Neighborhood” denotes the opposite. It is a far stronger, more relevant, and better-understood identity for our organization inside the modern digital sphere.