Artificial intelligence is the the game changer for many companies and entire industries. To further expand the portfolio and portfolio and areas of expertise, Alexander Thamm GmbH is acquiring the Cologne-based Thamm GmbH has acquired the AI company aiso-lab from Cologne.
The demand for solutions in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) is currently increasing enormously. In order to further expand the areas of strategic consulting, training and individual project support based on AI technologies, Alexander Thamm GmbH, Germany's leading consultancy for data science and artificial intelligence, has founded the company aiso-lab from Cologne, Germany. Founder and Managing Director Jörg Bienert is also President of the KI-Bundesverband e.V. and already successfully sold the Big Data company parstream to Cisco in 2015. This time, the expert will stay on board and manage the new Cologne office of Alexander Thamm GmbH. "The clear positioning, the project experience and the highly motivated team convinced us right from the start," explains Jörg Bienert. "The merger was therefore a logical and right step for us. We can now jointly develop products and solutions based on the latest AI technology." The customers of Alexander Thamm GmbH include more than half of the DAX 30 companies. However, the demand for digital products is also increasing among medium-sized businesses, so the acquisition of aiso-lab was an important step for managing director Alexander Thamm in the strategic expansion of AI competencies. "I am delighted to have Jörg Bienert, a leading expert in the practical application of AI, join our team and to benefit from aiso-lab's know-how. In addition to managing our location in Cologne, Jörg will push the development of our solutions and products as Chief Product Officer," says Alexander Thamm.
About Alexander Thamm GmbH
Alexander Thamm founded his eponymous GmbH in Munich in 2012. The company is the leading data science and AI consultancy in Germany and currently employs over 100 employees at four locations. Alexander Thamm GmbH takes on the collection, analysis, evaluation and visualisation of data and builds up recommendations for companies. Its clients include half of the DAX 30 companies, including BMW, VW and RWE.