Anaplan Brings Connected Planning to Germany with New Office and Data Center
Connected Planning Platform in the Cloud Will Enable German-Based Companies to Connect Data, People, and Plans for Better Decision Making
Anaplan, a leading platform provider driving a new age of connected planning, opened an office in Frankfurt, Germany recently. Under the leadership of Managing Director for the DACH region Yuri Rotmanov and Christian Thiede, Sales Leader for Germany, Anaplan’s Frankfurt office demonstrates the company’s commitment to bringing connected planning to German organizations to help them succeed in a rapidly changing environment.
Anaplan also announced the opening of a data center in Germany, hosted by Equinix, for its German customers. To serve customers in the European market, Anaplan also has offices in the U.K., Russia, France, Austria, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Switzerland.
Customers worldwide are using the Anaplan platform, including AccorHotels, AXA, Barclaycard, Deloitte, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, HP Inc., Intel, Louis Vuitton, and United Airlines.
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“Speed and agility are essential for German companies in today’s fast-moving environment. The Anaplan platform enables companies to quickly and accurately address the challenges they face. We see enormous potential for Anaplan in the German market and are eager to help businesses here succeed through connected planning,” said Anaplan Founder Michael Gould.
Thomas Klingspor, Partner and Head of the Competence Center for Business Finance at Deloitte in Germany, added, “Our experience shows that CFOs need fast information, more transparency, and better insights into the overall performance of the companies they manage. They need to be able to plan and simulate the impact of their decisions on business across the entire organization in real time.”
Together, Anaplan and Deloitte are committed to helping their joint customers maximize the business value of the Anaplan platform.
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