T.CON is active in 35 countries where it collaborates on digital transformation projects with businesses in the milling industry.
Director, Stefan Fiedler, says:
"We have already completed more than 20 successful projects in the United States, for example, with clients such as Perlen Packaging.
"Establishing this new branch makes collaboration with our international customers easier. For legal reasons as well as optimising the processing of license sales, it makes sense to establish our presence in this way in the United States".
Bradley Robb, International Business Developer at T.CON, adds:
"The Austin location is a perfect fit for our company and our progressive culture. The Texan metropolis is already home to Apple and Google, as well as various start-ups.
"Top-class technology conferences are held there, such as the SAP TechEd in 2020 and the annual SXSW Festival. Austin was also attractive for T.CON due to numerous potential local customers. The consultancy already has numerous projects south of the Rio Grande, many of them for automotive suppliers.
"T.CON plans to make its mark in the US with its smart, quick to implement SAP system add-ons. For example, its in-house developed TRIM SUITE. The software is used by enterprises in the mill industry to ensure economical cutting planning and cost-saving trim optimisation when producing paper, plastic, film, felts and other materials."