valantic Receives Fresh Capital for Further Growth, Expansion of its Technology and Service Portfolio, and Employee Development
- Successful growth path to be intensified with focus on new technologies and services offerings, and the development of new customer markets in Benelux, Scandinavia and employee development including scaling of talent hubs across Europe and Asia
- Over EUR 500 million available for investment until 2025
- Founder and CEO, Holger von Daniels, and the management team retain their holdings
- DPE Deutsche Private Equity remains as investor and provides new growth capital
Munich, September 22, 2022: The digitalization specialist valantic will receive fresh capital that will allow it to continue its growth course of recent years. The capital will be primarily invested in the strategic expansion of the company’s technology and service portfolio, investments in staff development and advancement, and the company’s further internationalization across Europe and Asia. As such, valantic is once more intensifying the innovation and growth course it has pursued since its foundation in 2012.
The digitalization specialist valantic is opening a new chapter of its success story, forecasting revenues of over EUR 400 million for FY 2022(e), following EUR 250 million in 2021. Despite a shortage of skilled workers, the valantic group remains successful in acquiring the key asset so critical for its business success: highly qualified digital experts. While around 2,100 colleagues worked for the valantic group in 2021, this figure is expected to soar to around 3,000 colleagues in 2022. Remarkably, the company is also expecting more than twenty thousand unsolicited job applications in the current year.
The financial investor behind valantic, DPE Deutsche Private Equity, continues to back valantic’s growth course and is investing substantially with new capital, despite the current uncertainties on the capital markets. valantic is planning to make investments of over EUR 500 million in total by 2025.
The valantic group will use the fresh capital to continue driving structural growth in Europe in the coming years. In doing so, it will focus on Benelux and Scandinavian companies with complementary technology expertise, and the development of new talent hubs in Europe and Asia. valantic will also invest in developing its experts and in specific education and training via the valantic Academy. valantic’s employees benefit from a dynamic and innovative workplace with international projects based on state-of-the-art technologies, working from more than 40 modern offices across Europe.
In the future, customers will benefit from an even more comprehensive portfolio of transnational services from valantic. These already range from end-to-end consulting and the implementation of innovative digital and data strategies to customer experience solutions, SAP services, smart industries, and financial services automation solutions.
“Our vision is to establish valantic as the ‘most respected consulting and solutions brand for digitalization’ in the European market. We have come closer to realizing this vision step-by-step over the past years,” said Holger von Daniels, founder and CEO of valantic. “We will continue to invest in valantic’s organic growth and simultaneously onboard other market-leading companies to the valantic group. At the same time, these steps will also bolster the valantic group’s resilience to potential turbulence in the coming years. Despite the company’s growth, our agile organizational structure facilitates individually addressing each customer’s needs and delivering customized solutions for complex digital transformation projects. The high quality of our projects would be unthinkable without our incredible colleagues. Thanks to them, we have over 96 percent repeat customers and employee churn of under 10 percent.”