dotSource, that’s more than 200 digital natives working together on one vision: enabling companies to take the way towards the digital future of marketing, sales and services.
We at dotSource have been supporting companies from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland in their digital transformation and the internet presentation of their brands since 2006. From user-centered e-commerce platforms through sophisticated customer relationship and product data management right up to targeted online marketing measures, we offer our clients a comprehensive range of services and holistic expertise across all aspects of the digitalisation of marketing, sales and services.
With our groundbreaking solutions, we have been able to establish ourselves as one of the leading digital agencies in German-speaking Europe and are now among the top 10 largest companies in the industry.
We see ourselves as a partner to our clients, whose individual needs and requirements flow into the project process right from the first idea. Companies with large, sometimes multinational online projects, such as Swarovski, Cornelsen, hagebau, Würth, and Music Store, rely on our expertise in terms of strategy consulting, development and implementation of cutting-edge digital concepts.
With many trendsetting publications and events, such as the blog Handelskraft.com, our annual Trend Book, and the Handelskraft Conference, we network branch know-how and provide information on current tendencies and perspectives in digital business. In 2015 we launched Digital Business School in cooperation with Steinbeis Technology Group in order to offer professionals and executives in-depth preparation for the challenges of digital transformation in their companies.
The over 200-strong team of our owner-run company assures sustainable success in digital business through a structured approach, personal consulting and high dynamics.
What distinguishes dotSource and what role does the agency take on in the digital transformation? Apart from impressive images of the dotSource headquarters in Jena, the film also provides answers to these questions.