asioso combines strategic and professional consulting, combined with creative competence and technological expertise. "Our slogan - Visions. Emotions. Technology" - was chosen with care. We want to help companies to master the present in a competent way and to be prepared for the future. Our many years of digitalization expertise and experience help us to look far beyond the horizon and thus recognize future trends," says Goran Stefanovic.
Emotions play an important role in our work. In a time when automatisms by programs and robots are increasingly replacing human work, we try to make the digitalization process simpler and more humane. What is more human than real emotions?
Ask yourself the question why another digital agency makes sense in this jungle of service providers and agencies? Currently, there is a consolidation on the market due to the merger of different service providers. These new, large constellations influence competitiveness. Gaps are emerging. Both founders have been working together very well for a long time, complement each other excellently from a professional point of view and have the untiring will to create something new.
Mr. Stefanovic has successfully implemented various digital projects over many years and was responsible for the area of portals & web applications at his previous employer. Mr. Rehmann worked in the management of a medium-sized digital consultancy and was responsible for marketing, sales, strategy consulting and product development.
The range of services provided by asioso includes consulting, conception, UX design and technical implementation of digital projects. A key factor is to connect the brand with the customer in a positive and sustainable way in order to strengthen brand loyalty. No matter if it is the acquisition of new customers, the procurement of information, the purchase or the service. All relevant touchpoints must be operated consistently and functionally at all times.
"We help companies to recognise the pitfalls of the digital age, to avoid them and to seize the opportunities that arise from them. In doing so, we try to avoid unnecessary complexity," says Nico Rehmann.