Itm8 is expanding with a new brand – meet Me’ning
IT Relation is growing exponentially. This has led to the launch of Me’ning – an independent brand under itm8.
To cut a long story short, IT Relation's Business Solutions division is changing its name to Me’ning (Danish for ‘sense’, ‘meaning’, or ‘opinion’). The team will continue to look after tasks that previously came under the Business Solutions remit. The solutions in question are Microsoft's Modern Workplace, Customer Engagement, Data and Analysis and Special Development.
Added to this are the digital products SEPO, TK2 and OnlineLegat; and the dedicated account team for Danish Court Administration will also be transferred to Me’ning.
In total, Me’ning will comprise 70 employees. This includes consultants, developers, support staff, strategists, specialists in behavioural design, information architects - and one techno-anthropologist.
Who is Me’ning?
Far too many digital projects fail to create the value they should. It is Me’ning’s intention to change this state of affairs.
Me’ning believes that if you want to create business efficiency through digital solutions, you must understand both user behaviour and the culture of the organisation. This is why you find not only architects and coders at Me’ning, but also behavioural designers and a techno-anthropologist. The result is digital solutions that do indeed make sense for the people who are asked to use them.
Me’ning makes sense for everyone
Like IT Relation, Me’ning is part of itm8. This is advantageous for all parties, including you as a customer, since it allows access to many specialist skills and the opportunity to collaborate across brands. So help is always at hand. And this, we believe, makes absolute sense.
Me’ning is being launched today on their new site, www.mening.dk, as well as on LinkedIn and Facebook.
For more information, contact Jakob Hartmann Mørch, Me’ning's Director, on mobile +45 2343 4659, email email@example.com