Facts and history - IT-Transformation von Senacor

Facts & History

Senacor has developed into one of the leading IT service providers for business IT transformations on the German market since its formation in 1999. With continuously strong growth and solid financial strength, Senacor is a reliable long-term partner. This is seen in the successful project work for clients and in the training of employees, who become leading professionals.

SENACOR in numbers

> 50 clients
in > 12 countries 

Sales revenue from existing clients

Project Budget under Management

Approx. 375 employees

approx. 70% consultants, 30% developers

85 new hirings in 2015

Sales revenue in 2015

approx. 20% organic growth per year

8 offices and 1 project office (G, A, SK)

History of SENACOR

1

FORMATION: 1999 - 2002

Pioneer in framework- and component-based software development for high-load, transactional online systems in banking

  • Number of employees: > 60
  • Sales revenue: approx. € 5 million
  • Offices: Nuremberg
 
2

FOUNDED: 2003 - 2006

Hidden champion for comprehensive architecture optimisation of IT landscapes in banking, expansion of the banking-related IT consulting offer

  • Number of employees: > 65
  • Sales revenue: € 7-12 million
  • Offices: Nuremberg
3

EXPANSION: 2007 - 2011

Aggressive company in the market for IT consulting and system integration, pioneer in the market segment for business IT transformations, expansion of the consulting offer for IT management, expansion into further sectors (logistics, telecommunications, automotive)

  • Number of employees: > 170
  • Sales revenue: € 17-42 million
  • Offices: Bonn, Frankfurt, Munich and Nuremberg
4

GROWTH: 2012/2013 -

Leading player in the market for business IT transformation

  • Number of employees: > 340 and ongoing growth
  • Sales revenue: € 85 million, further growth with selected clients
  • Offices: Berlin, Bonn, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Košice, Munich, Nuremberg, project office Stuttgart, and Vienna

EMPLOYEES say

“I think that Senacor’s economic stability is important. We did not even see a slowdown during the 2009 financial crisis. There were no layoffs like at other companies.”

“Senacor’s roots are in software development. It is impressive how we are able to maintain our proximity to implementation – despite the trend toward increasingly large IT service providers and offshoring.”

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