AOE, leading global provider of services for digital transformation and digital business models, announced today the opening of its second office in the United States in the Miami metro area.
“We’re looking forward to meeting the growing demand for our solutions in the US with another office,” said Kian Gould, founder and CEO of AOE. “The Miami metro area is critical to our growth on the East Coast, as well as our other strategic goals in the US and South America – and here we’re even closer to key customers than in our San Francisco office."
“A year ago, we underwent a comparable process with the opening of our Dubai office,” said Gould. “Here, too, we consciously sought proximity to existing and potential customers in order to optimally advance our development.”
According to Gould, the company will grow the new development site to approximately 50 employees in the medium-term. Among other things, they will be responsible for the further expansion of the Omnichannel Multi-Merchant Marketplace (OM³) for the travel retail segment in North and South America. The OM³ suite, developed by AOE, is a solution that helps multi-retailer venues such as airports, shopping malls or integrated resorts to fuse offline and online experiences into a single comprehensive suite of software applications and services.
“The travel retail sector is currently undergoing a drastic upheaval. All stakeholders, especially airports and airlines, need to rethink their business model for generating non-aviation revenues, if they want to survive,” says Gould. “With our OM³ suite, which we have already successfully implemented at Frankfurt Airport, Airport Auckland and London Heathrow Airport, we give customers a solution to ensure long-term, sustainable growth.”
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