For the fourth time in a row, Centigrade took part in CeBIT, the world’s largest trade fair showcasing digital IT and telecommunications solutions for home and work environments. The company presented its portfolio of services in the areas of usability engineering, user interface design, user interface development and icon design.
Thomas Immich, Managing Director of Centigrade: “Even though we noticed that visitor numbers dropped slightly compared to the previous year, the days from Wednesday to Friday were still strong and the quality of the contacts that were generated left nothing to be desired.”
In addition to its established portfolio, Centigrade presented two new offerings: Cezanne, a Look and Feel engine for the Java™ platform and Icon Book, an interactive stock icon browser.
Thomas Immich: “We introduced the new offerings on our website as scheduled just in time for CeBIT with demo videos and trial versions. It was great to receive positive feedback from visitors to our booth who were able to experience Cezanne and Icon Book first hand. Overall, participating in the fair generated several promising contacts and of course we hope that we will be able to welcome some of them as future clients who benefit from our services.”
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