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  • Thursday, April, 2022| Today's Market | Current Time: 09:37:23
    • Fifth acquisition in 10 months concludes a year of rapid expansion
    • Extends capability to deliver end-to-end digital r/evolution for customers across the full spectrum of the digital customer journey
    • Focus on workplace culture and delivering innovation with a high degree of customer satisfaction fuels organic growth, with 150 new hires planned in 2022

    Mindcurv, the new-generation digital architect and commerce experience provider, today announced its fifth acquisition in less than 10 months, seeing the company more than double in size over the past year. The acquisition of Munich-based eccelerate, one of the leading digital commerce consultancies in Europe, and sister company Valearis, a rapidly growing transaction services consultancy with a strong focus on acquisition candidates in the digital eco-system, extends Mindcurv’s capabilities to provide complete digital r/evolution across the full spectrum of digital commerce for growing multinational businesses.

    Companies are moving to cloud-based solutions at every point in their customer journey. 2021 was a watershed year for commerce globally and for Mindcurv, with more brands reaching consumers directly through advanced commerce platforms. By integrating recent acquisitions eccelerate, Valearis, Cloud Consulting Group, igniti, wysiwyg, and initions, Mindcurv Group is delivering advanced end-to-end digital transformation services, creating demand-driven customer experiences using intelligent digital products and platforms.

    eccelerate is a highly specialized digital consultancy promoting growth and innovation within mid-market and enterprise companies. Service offerings include digital strategy development, business model creation, digital readiness assessment, and the operational implementation of digital transformation programs. Valearis is serving private equity clients all over the world by assessing digital acquisition candidates and their business models, and shaping digital value creation agendas for the newly acquired portfolio companies. By combining the complementary offerings of the companies, Mindcurv can better respond to existing demand for consultancy and implementation support while giving customers access to the best technology, consultants and practitioners through one partner so they can continue to create and evolve their digital value propositions.

    “Since our inception in 2011, we’ve focused on delivering everything our customers need for long-term business success, from our first meeting, to project completion and throughout our partnership with them. Our teams are at the forefront of technology innovation and commerce, and our recent acquisitions extend that expertise at a time when companies need partners they can trust to deliver optimal 360 customer experiences quickly and effectively,” said Mindcurv CEO, Amjad Liaquat.

    “We are very excited about this next step, because as part of Mindcurv we can accompany our customers beyond our consulting and due diligence services. Through Mindcurv’s deep expertise in building and operating future-proof digital solutions and services, we can now follow up our consultancy offering with a sustainable and complete digitization of the customer journey and therefore the full circle of digital value creation,” said Lennard Grewe, Managing Director at eccelerate and Valearis.

    Mindcurv is the fastest growing digital transformation service provider in Germany. A large part of the company’s success is due to its emphasis on maintaining a great workplace in which people look out for each other, help each other, and challenge each other. Mindcurv prides itself on maintaining record retention for the industry among its workforce with a Glassdoor score of 4.5 out of 5, and achieving consistently high customer loyalty with a Net Promoter Score of 8.7 out of 10.

    Mindcurv is hiring and looking to add 150 specialists to the team in 2022! More information is available on the careers page


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