Reference List

The following companies rank among SemanticEdge customers.

  • AllianzAllianz
    Allianz is a German multinational financial services company headquartered in Munich. Its core businesses are insurance and asset management. As of 2014, it is the world's largest insurance company, the 6th-largest financial services group and 25th-largest company according to a composite measure by Forbes magazine, as well as the largest financial services company when measured by 2013 revenue.
    BAIM stands for "Barrierefreie ÖV-Information für mobilitätseingeschränkte Personen" (Barrier-Free Public Transportation Information for Persons with Restricted Mobility). It is a research project with the aim of supporting the active, independent participation of persons with restricted mobility in the public transportation system. In order to achieve this goal, transportation networks, IT system operations and a research institute for assisting handicapped persons have merged to research user requirements, to register data and to test services with the sponsorship of the Federal German Ministry of Economics and Technology. The project was initiated in September of 2005 and will continue until April, 2008.
  • ePostbriefE-Post
    Deutsche Post DHL is the world’s leading postal and logistics company. Deutsche Post and DHL corporate brands offer a unique portfolio around logistics and communication. They offer their customers easy to use standardized products as well as innovative and tailored solutions - from dialog marketing to industrial supply chains. Approximately 470,000 employees of Deutsche Post and DHL in over 220 countries and territories form a global network that is focused on service, quality and sustainability.
    The world's largest express shipment and logistics network, DHL is the world's market leader for international express shipments, overland transports and air freight shipment. In addition, the company is also No. 1 in the maritime freight and contractual logistics sectors. DHL offers a complete range of individual services tailored to the customer's needs: from express document shipment to supply chain management. DHL is a brand of the Deutsche Post DHL - The Mail & Logistics Group concern..
  • FIFinanz Informatik
    Finanz Informatik (FI), headquartered in Frankfurt am Main, is the IT service provider of the German Savings Banks Finance Group and one of the largest banking-IT service provider in Europe. Customers include 417 savings banks, 8 federal state banks and DekaBank, 10 state building and loan associations and various other companies within the Savings Banks Group and the financial services sector.
  • FreenetFreenet
    freenet AG is one of Germany's leading providers of internet and telecommunications services. In March, 2007, this listed company emerged from the fusion between AG with mobilcom AG as a universal provider of internet, landline and mobile communications services. freenet AG combines the know-how of experienced mobile communications provider mobilcom with the acknowledged competence of internet and landline provider AG, once a subsidiary of mobilcom
  • Hamburg-EnergieHamburg-Energie
    HAMBURG ENERGIE was established in 2009 as a subsidiary of Hamburger Wasserwerke GmbH. Since then Hamburg has finally a utility company that is owned 100 percent by the city. As urban utilities company Hamburg Energie is more than a commercial enterprise. Hamburg Energie is firmly committed to the interests of the Hanseatic city and its citizens - and to the global climate.
    The HDI liability association of the German industry is the majority shareholder and parent company of Talanx AG, Germany's third largest insurance group. Companies in the life and accident insurance business operate under the HDI brand name in Germany and abroad with a focus on retail and corporate business. As an expert in company pensions and as a large retail insurance company HDI offers its customers comprehensive insurance protection.
    The Hamburg Transport Association (HVV) is a transport and tariff association, which includes the city of Hamburg and the six immediately adjacent counties of Schleswig-Holstein and Lower Saxony and the county of Lüneburg. The HVV service area is home to approx. 3.37 million residents. On average, around 2.2 million passengers travel on our services each workday. The offer of the HVV includes four metro lines, six S-Bahn lines, three A-train lines and large parts of the network of further regional train companies and bus lines. The HVV was founded November 29 1965 and is the oldest transport association in the world. Furthermore until German reunification, it was the third largest uniform managed transport network in the world.
    Serial competence for everything to do with motorized vehicles. Innovative, pioneering and always ahead of its time. IAV is one of the leading engineering partners of the automobile industry. Along with development centers in Berlin, Gifhorn and Chemnitz, Germany, IAV also has additional branch operations in other European locations and in Asia, North America and South America.
  • LBBLandesbank Berlin AG (LBB)
    Landesbank Berlin AG is the universal bank headquartered in the German capital. Its business model is built on four pillars: Retail Banking and Regional Corporate Banking, in which the Bank has an excellent position as an innovative, customer-oriented bank; Capital Markets, for which we offer selected activities and Real Estate Financing, which is focused on the requirements of investors and residential development companies throughout Germany.
  • LoeweLoewe
    Loewe Technologies GmbH manufactures and sells a wide variety of electronic, electrical and mechanical products and systems, and specialises in the field of consumer and communication technology. The company was founded in Berlin in 1923 by brothers Siegmund and David L. Loewe. The company has its headquarters and sole production facilities in Kronach, Franconia. Today, the range has expanded to include televisions, Blu-ray players, DVD recorders, hard disk recorders, multiroom systems, speakers and racks.
  • MediaprintMediaprint
    Mediaprint GmbH & CoKG is one of the largest Austrian media companies and controls the Austrian market of daily newspapers. The newspapers "Kronenzeitung" and "Kurier" cover more than half of the daily press. Besides the daily newspapers like "Kronenzeitung", "Kurier" and "KTZ", Mediaprint publishes a variety of weekly and monthly magazines like "profil", "trend", "News", "Format" or "Woman". The three print offices of Mediaprint produce nearly 18 million newspapers and magazines per week.
  • Mobilkom AustriaMobilkom Austria
    About 4.4 million Customers make their calls with A1. Over 40 percent of all Austrian mobile phone users trust in the market leader in mobile communications. Our large market shares in attractive customer-segments offer great potential for mobile data services. The world's first GPRS network and the first nation-wide UMTS network in Europe show that mobilkom austria is well prepared for the future of mobile communication.
  • MVVMünchner Verkehrsverbund
    MVV is an integrated transportation network that makes the smooth usage of the Greater Munich public transportation system possible. In MVV, the state capital of Munich, the German State of Bavaria, the eight administrative districts in the network, and the affiliated network companies and enterprises all work together for the benefit of the passengers. In its 30-year existence, MVV has established itself as a nationally and internationally recognized specialist in personal public transportation.
  • SchwabSchwab
    Schwab is one of seven universal mail order companies in Germany. The Schwab Group today is comprised of universal and specialized mail order companies. The participating companies use both classic catalog mail order as well as increasing use of the internet as distribution channels. Schwab addresses customers of all age groups and makes a pronounced customer orientation the focus of all its activities. The SCHWAB Group includes SCHWAB VERSAND GmbH, the WITT Group, OTTO Holland, the OTTO Hungary Group and the internet mail order enterprise, myToys.
  • Signal-IdunaSignal Iduna
    The SIGNAL IDUNA Group emerged in 1999 from the merger of the former SIGNAL Insurance Group in Dortmund, Germany and the former IDUNA NOVA Group in Hamburg. Today, the group is one of the largest German all-around finance concerns in Europe. The core business of the SIGNAL IDUNA Group is the creation and sale of insurance coverage for private and commercial needs, the operation of asset management activities and the provision of asset building and banking services.
  • SonySony
    Sony has become one of the most well known brand names throughout the world. Regardless of whether at home, underway or in the workplace, Sony products are famous for their quality and innovative design. With its music, images, games and online sectors, Sony is uniquely destined to become the leading company in the 21st century for individual broadband entertainment. A majority of the research and development work associated with this growth process is conducted in Europe.
  • Sparda-BankSparda-Bank Hamburg
    Sparda-Bank Hamburg is the largest credit union in its northern German business region of Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein and Northern Lower Saxony. Sparda-Bank Hamburg concentrates on private customer business, and is among the most innovative credit institutes in Germany.
  • VBBVerkehrsverbund Berlin-Brandenburg (VBB)
    The VBB region covers 30.000 square kilometres, making it one of the largest public transport associations in Europe.