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Together with its partner Wetog (Remscheid), cobago GmbH from the Dortmund Technology Center wins the SIEMENS ENERGY “Corporate Challenge” in the field of digital field services. Venue: The Ruhr Summit at the Jahrhunderthalle in Bochum, one of the first hybrid trade fairs this summer, the largest B2B startup event in Germany.

BOCHUM, 29.6.2021: cobago GmbH from the Dortmund Technology Center, together with its partner Wetog (Remscheid), wins the “Corporate Challenge” of SIEMENS ENERGY in the field of digital field services. Venue of the event: the Ruhr Summit, one of the first hybrid trade fairs this summer, the largest B2B startup event in Germany.

“Digitizing business processes easily and quickly with digital assistance systems and apps made to measure is exactly our theme. SIEMENS ENERGY as a global provider for power generation, the transmission of energy and industrial solutions in both conventional and renewable energies is our ideal customer – also and especially in the field of digital field services.” Explains the cobago management team with Stefan Vârvoreanu (COO) and Dr. Dieter Kramps (Founder and Managing Director).

“We have made it our mission to make digital working in companies easy and secure. At WETOG, all important tools for this are found in one system, highly secure and encrypted,” adds Sebastian Zimnol, CEO of WETOG GmbH.

In a next step, SIEMENS, cobago and WETOG will now enter into joint discussions to let practical solutions see the light of day in a proof of concept with the proven technologies of the two partners.

cobago and Wetog are founding members of the NRW startup initiative “Alphazulu”, which aims to offer companies and public authorities end-to-end process chains with individual apps, document management, video, chats, blockchain, multi-factor authentication and highly secure encryption from a single source Made in Germany.