A global Salesforce consulting partner, Asperii is experiencing a growing demand for its workforce management and field service expertise in the DACH region
Stuttgart, Germany (Dec 21, 2020). Asperii, a global Salesforce Consulting Partner with focused expertise in field service management, has opened an office in Germany. This expansion continues Asperii’s momentum in Europe where the company has seen substantial growth. Heading the German office located in Stuttgart is Fabian Heine, a Salesforce veteran with over a decade of enterprise IT sales experience.
“In the past year we’ve seen many new opportunities in the DACH region focused on complex resource scheduling which is our sweet spot”, says Yaniv Butel, Asperii’s Co-CEO. “We’re also invested in providing best-in-class products and services to our existing customer base in the area with a strong local team. We’re working closely with the Salesforce team in the region to accelerate successful field service management implementations, expecting significant growth in the next few years”.
The demand for Salesforce Field Service Management has been growing in the DACH region over the last few years, as service organizations are forced to innovate and transform their customer experience in order to gain an edge over their competition. COVID-19 accelerated this need for innovation with new demands around health and safety. Asperii is well positioned to answer the rise in this demand with its unique combination of field service management expertise, as well as its ability to deliver complex solutions across diverse industries.
Asperii is Global Salesforce Consulting Partner specializing in complex resource scheduling for field service and workforce management. Driven by a seasoned team of accomplished field service experts, Salesforce implementation specialists and smart R&D, Asperii delivers technology-driven tailored solutions that transform field operations all over the world. Asperii was established in 2011 by senior veterans of ClickSoftware, acquired by Salesforce.