Moving forward: Martin Haselbach, previously Business Unit Lead of the Digital Customer Experience & Smart Factory product line and Daimler TSS Asia, will take over responsibility for the wholly owned IT subsidiary Daimler TSS based in Ulm by March 1, 2018.
Over 100 students from the fifth class of the Illertal-High school in Vöhringen attended by the workshop at the start of the Christmas season. It was mainly concerned with the issue of security, customs, tax and more.
First snow, third Advent and a total of five donations: After the children's hospice in Stuttgart and the association Straßenkinder e.V. in Berlin, visits to three further institutions followed last week, in Ulm, Karlsruhe, and Böblingen.
What could also be a contribution to others? A question that we ask ourselves repeatedly at Daimler TSS, not only when we head to the final path towards Christmas. Sharing success proves to be a profitable investment in many respects, possibly not always or primarily monetary or di-rectly measurable, but generally good…
For many, the word “merger” is a cue for frowns and furrowed brows, as a change of this nature is often associated with difficult issues. However, this does not apply to the merger with our subsidiary Daimler IT Retail.
Our CFO Steffen Bäuerle met future experts of robotics on 11th July 2017 at Lessing-Gymnasium in Neu-Ulm. Reason for this visit: The presentation of a donation. Thanks to this donation six students are able to participate at RoboCupJunior World Chamionship 2017.
Our CEO Christoph Röger discussed on March 30th this topic in Ulm with mayor ret. Ivo Gönner, Heribert Fritz, initiative ulm.digital and other guests. Hosted by the SÜDWEST PRESSE, the panel discussion became a stage for the pros and cons of digital change in framework of the ‘UnternehmerTAG 2017’.