"Head unit will offer opportunity to work while travelling"

November 27, 2019 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
"Head unit will offer opportunity to work while travelling"
The globally active software service provider Mobica has opened a German branch in order to intensify its business relations with the German industry. The new office in Munich will complement the company's existing offices in Great Britain, the USA and Poland. In an interview with eeNews Europe, Mobica COO Stefan Marxreiter explains the chances and challenges the industry is facing.

Mobica Germany’s management team, which will look after OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers within the existing customer base as well as new customer relationships, consists of Chief Operating Officer Stefan Marxreiter and Wolfram Ries, Vice President Sales Automotive - both previously with Luxoft. A number of additional appointments are planned and will be announced in the coming months.

In an interview with eeNews Automotive, COO Stefan Marxreiter explained the focus of the engineering company's activities and where the future challenges lie for automotive development. Mobica is a global software services company, delivering enabling technologies that transform business outcomes. Mobica is offering scalable custom software engineering with technical and delivery excellence, across the stack, from chip to cloud. "Customers buy our services in the automotive, silicon and connected devices sectors. In our business, for example, this means creating and optimizing software from the BSP and driver layers, middleware up to HMI applications and design", explains Marxreiter.

Mobica’s customers include well-known companies such as Intel, Arm, Google, T-Mobile, JLR, Aptiv and MediaTek. In addition to the abovementioned adaptations, Mobica also develops hardware-related embedded software and Board Support Packages (BSP). The staff resources are mainly located in Poland, the company’s headquarters are located in Manchester (UK).


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