Cloudsuppliers and DME – Digitales Marketing Experte announce Strategic Partnership
Specialist IT marketing resources and professionals available in a large part of Europe
Haarlem, Netherlands – September, 1 2020 – Cloudsuppliers, located in Haarlem, the Netherlands, and DME – Digitales Marketing Experte – based in Munich, Germany, have created a strategic partnership. Both marketing agencies will support each other and share their expertise and resources in their respective home markets.
Both Cloudsuppliers and DME are committed to offer tailored marketing services to their clients, with a special focus on Business-to-Business tech companies. Clients of both agencies will now have access to resources and the professional network, offered in the Netherlands, Eastern Central Europe and the Baltics – through Cloudsuppliers, and the DACH region – through DME. This includes specialist translators, copywriters, consultants and other marketing professionals focused on Business-to-Business IT.
“This partnership allows our clients to get local support in an area spanning from Amsterdam to Lublin and from Vilnius to Vienna,” said Mark Karsch, CEO of Cloudsuppliers. “Our goal has always been to offer laser-focused marketing services and localization to providers of IT services. Now we can further enable them to target local markets and send their message across Europe, allowing them to expand their communication efforts wherever they need.”
Among other clients from the IT-/data center industry, DME is known well for representing the Open Compute Project Foundation (OCP) in the DACH region. The OCP Foundation was initiated in 2011 and is a collaborative community, focused on redesigning hardware technology to efficiently support the growing demands on compute infrastructure.
“So far, the only European OCP Experience Center was established at the maincubes AMS01 data center facility, in July 2019, in Amsterdam, Schiphol,” said Stefan Frenzel, Managing Director at DME. “Our partnership with Cloudsuppliers expands our ability to promote OCP to a wider European audience, which will result in higher energy efficiency, CO2 reduction and cost effectiveness in data centers.”