Detecon International GmbH
Frankfurter Str. 27
We Make ICT Strategies Work
Detecon is a consulting company which unites classic management consulting with a high level of technology expertise.
Our company's history is proof of this: Detecon International is the product of the merger of the management and IT consulting company Diebold, founded in 1954, and the telecommunications consultancy Detecon, founded in 1977. Our services focus on consulting and implementation solutions which are derived from the use of information and communications technology (ICT). All around the globe, clients from virtually all industries profit from our holistic kow-how in questions of strategy and organizational design and in the use of state-of-the-art technologies.
Detecon’s know-how bundles the knowledge from the successful conclusion of management and ICT projects in more than 160 countries. We are represented globally by subsidiaries, affiliates, and project offices. Detecon is a subsidiary of T-Systems International, the business customer brand of Deutsche Telekom. In our capacity as consultants, we are able to benefit from the infrastructure of a global player spanning our planet.
Know-how and hands-on expertise
The rapid development of information and telecommunications technologies has an increasingly significant influence on the strategies of companies as well as on the processes within an organization. The subsequent complex adaptations affect business models and corporate structures, not only technological applications.
Our services for ICT management encompass classic strategy and organization consulting as well as the planning and implementation of highly complex, technological ICT architectures and applications. We are independent of manufacturers and obligated solely to our client's success.
Facts & Figures
Founding: 1954 Diebold, 1977 DETECON
Renaming: 2002 Detecon International GmbH
Registered headquarters: Bonn
Member: T-Systems International GmbH
Managing Board: Francis Deprez (CEO), Andreas Baumann
Consultant: Approx. 755 consultants worldwide
2008 revenues: 185 million euros
Domestic offices: Bonn, Dresden, Eschborn, Munich
International offices: Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates), Ankara (Turkey), Bangkok (Thailand), Johannesburg (South Africa), Beijing (China), Moscow (Russia), Reston (USA), Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), San Francisco (USA), Singapore, Vienna (Austria), Zurich (Switzerland)