GlobalmatiX further on growth course - Timm Burmeister won as new managing director for the selling

  • In order to secure the growth organizationally, GlobalmatiX will be more clearly structured into development, service and sales
  • Timm Burmeister with extensive experience takes over the newly founded sales company GlobalmatiX GmbH based in Haar near Munich as Managing Director
  • Timm Burmeister moves to this position as of 01.04.2022 as former head of the international sales department at SIXT SE

March 31, 2022 | Munich / Vaduz

Due to the great market success as well as the very good growth prospects in the car sharing and rental market, among others, the Liechtenstein subsidiary GlobalmatiX AG, has now founded the subsidiary GlobalmatiX GmbH in Germany. With 3.4 million car sharing customers, more than 30,000 car sharing vehicles and approximately 260,000 rental vehicles, Germany offers enormous potential for the telematics provider GlobalmatiX. With this step, the Softing AG Group wants to set the course for the digital future and establish a presence in Germany, one of the most technologically important markets for telematics solutions. The head of the new sales company is Timm Burmeister, who has more than 18 years of experience in the field of shared mobility and rental with market leaders in the industry.

Timm Burmeister was most recently employed at Sixt as Executive Director International Sales Development, where he was responsible for the international acquisition of new customers for the B2B channels. "We warmly welcome Timm Burmeister to his new position and to the team. He is very well connected in the mobility industry and will successfully drive GlobalmatiX's strategies forward," says Dr. Wolfgang Trier, CEO of Softing AG.

"I am very much looking forward to the new challenge and to driving GlobalmatiX's pioneering technology forward together with my colleagues. The possibility of getting diagnostic data, position data, minor damage and accident analysis with damage appraisal and keyless door opening from a single source with a single hardware is convincing," says Timm Burmeister.