A business idea is soon hatched. But to survive the tough foundation phase and be successful on the market, startups need more: in-depth know-how, a suitable infrastructure and the right contacts.
A partner who is experienced in digitization is therefore hugely valuable. At its booth at CeBIT, Telekom will illustrate how it accompanies startups on their path to market maturity and helps build bridges between large customers, small and medium-sized enterprises and startups.
The partnership with Telekom gives startups far faster access to small and medium-sized enterprises, for example. In turn, the fresh ideas of startups benefit SMEs, who can boost their digitization and offer their customers innovative products.
The positive effects of cooperation between an experienced partner and a startup are proven by Telekom’s partnership with NavVis. The Munich-based startup has developed an indoor navigation system that can survey buildings to the precise centimeter. A trolley charts the environment with laser scanners in a very short time and creates 360° recordings of the entire interior.
NavVis uses the secure IT infrastructures in Telekom’s data centers for that. In addition, Telekom brings NavVis together with small and medium-sized enterprises through its wide-ranging network of business customers. Telekom has included the NavVis solution in its product portfolio and now offers it to its customers from the SME sector.
Exclusive sessions for companies
The experts from T-Systems’ Innovation Center Munich (ICM) will present further innovations created together with customers and partners. In 45-minute exclusive sessions, interested companies can formulate initial potentials and solution approaches for how they can personally leverage the benefits of digitization with reference to selected practical examples.
Deutsche Telekom at CeBIT
We are presenting that and more at this year’s CeBIT under the slogan “Experience the Digital Transformation.” We look forward to seeing you there at booth C38 in hall 4 from March 20 to 24.