to become a new market leader in the field of software architecture management
The software company hello2morrow GmbH announced today a merger with Software-Tomography GmbH. By combining the strengths of the two companies, the merger catapults the company which will retain the name of hello2morrow, to become a leading provider of software architecture solutions in Europe and places the company perfectly on course for an international market. The new company ensures its continued success by expanding to the US and establishing a subsidiary there, thus breaking into the American market.
hello2morrow GmbH has earned an enviable reputation in the Software architecture market within a very short time. The unique potential of the company’s prize-winning tool, Sonar J, has been recognized by the Java community and has captured global attention. The contender, Software-Tomography GmbH, has been successfully delivering software analysis solutions which have gained a large client base. The company’s innovative products Sotoarc, Sotograph and related services provide customers with proven solutions for technically and economically successful architecture management.
The know-how and the products from both companies will be utilized to optimize the software architecture and maintainability of mission critical applications of the international customer base. Together this customer base of both companies comprises more than one hundred companies from ten countries on three continents active in the Financial, Insurance, IT-Consulting, Automotive, Communication and Logistic segments.
The newly formed company will be called hello2morrow, and will be managed by the CEO’s of both companies. Thomas Schoen, the CEO of Software-Tomography will head the company from its Munich headquarters and focus on managing future growth within the European market, while Alexander von Zitzewitz, the CEO of hello2morrow, will move to Boston and commit himself to overseeing the US market expansion.