Sprung by surprise, the COVID-19 Pandemic has changed the way enterprises go about their day-to-day business, and the startup sector is no exception. Heading into a post-pandemic world, companies are re-strategizing their operational workflows to rein in more powerful, and agile digital applications that are cost-effective and eco-friendly. The reasons behind these changes are plenty, and the topmost being employees working within a hybrid work model. In Germany, the drive has led to many startups taking charge in leading the way to release cheaper yet efficient technology solutions. The innovative tools not only up the overall productivity of a staff force but also guarantee that companies are working in accordance with all required norms from national and regional agencies.
As firms continue to build data mountains to derive state-of-the-art analytics in engaging with their customers, a few trends that they must not overlook is the power of AI and the way by which their information silos are protected. As a perquisite, companies must ensure that data breaches are avoided, and that personal and private information of their users are well encapsulated and out-of-reach from fraudsters. Enterprises failing to do can seriously damage its reputation as a brand, and levy heavy fines or sanctions from the GDPR board. In this edition of Startupcity Europe, our team of senior editors have delved into the length and breadth of the Bavarian nation to find the best startups that offer enterprises technology solutions and services, and VCs a chance to invest in some of the most desired software and hardware-based platforms available in the market currently. Catering to various segments of the industry arena, the startups highlighted in the magazine cover many areas such as Cybersecurity, CRM, Chatbots, ERP, and sensor-based geo and climate technologies, to name a few.
We are proud to present our “Top 10 German Startups 2022”