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Aiming to continue its strategic growth in the digital sector and further expand its range of services in software development, systems architect and ICT integrator Qvest Media announces acquisition of digital agency dimensional.

Andre Schnitzler dimensional. 14July2020JjpgFounded in 1998, dimensional specialises in the consulting and development of communication concepts, service offerings and UX design of digital solutions, as well as tailor-made software products. Clients of the company, which was include companies and organisations from the media industry and the health care sector in particular. These encompass ProSieben Sat.1 Media AG, the RTL Group, SES Platform Services, Deutschlandradio and software providers such as Vizrt, Avid, and Arvato.

Through the acquisition Qvest Media says that it will gain valuable expertise in digital prototyping, user interface (UI) design, user experience (UX) design and agile development in areas such as cloud applications, digital asset management, and mobile apps by joining forces with dimensional.

In the course of the acquisition, Qvest Media Group will acquire 100% of the shares in dimensional which will continue to operate under its brand name led by co-founder and managing director André Schnitzler (pictured). Commenting on the acquisition he said: “The integration into the Qvest Media Group opens up great opportunities for us both geographically and in terms of clients and markets. It gives us access to an international network of branches, associated partners and sales organisations. We complement the Qvest Media Group’s profile perfectly and our existing clients benefit from this as well.”

“Our corporate development has extended beyond the broadcast and media industry to any kind of digital environment and the sustainable implementation of digital transformation processes through individual software solutions,” added Peter Nöthen, CEO Qvest Media Group commenting on the move. “With the acquisition of HMS, a manufacturer of software products, we laid the first cornerstone for the expansion of our core competencies in software development in 2018. We are very pleased that we can pursue this path consistently and drive it forward together with dimensional.”