Adder Makes Room for European GrowthAdder opened a new office in Berlin to accommodate the company's growth in Central and Eastern Europe. 6/10/2008 9:15 PM Eastern
Adder Makes Room for European Growth
Adder opened a new office in Berlin to accommodate the company's growth in Central and Eastern Europe.
Adder, a developer of KVM switches, extenders, and KVM-over-IP solutions, opened a new office in Berlin to accommodate the company's growth in Central and Eastern Europe. With the new addition, Adder has four offices across the continent.
The Berlin office is located outside the historic Schoneberg section and will be lead by Patrick Buckley, Adder's sales manager for Central and Eastern Europe. Buckley worked with the company's German-speaking partners for more than six years before leading the Eastern European sales efforts.
"I am excited to be here in Berlin, particularly at a time when Adder is continually releasing great new products across a broad range of vertical industries," said Buckley. "I have enormous confidence in Adder products and know my customers feel the same way."
"Adder products have seen continued success across Germany and Eastern Europe, and the opening of this new office underlines our continued focus on serving our customers' needs," said Adrian Dickens, founder and managing director of Adder. "By providing even more local support both in pre and post sales, we believe Adder Germany will continue to grow year after year and provide customers with more and more leading-edge KVM and extender solutions. We are also confident in Patrick Buckley's ability to continue to grow these regions, maintain close relationships with German partners, and further expand our rapid market penetration in the Central and Eastern European markets."