Nextview steps up European ambitions with nine new offices

23 May 2023 Consultancy.eu 3 min. read

Nextview has unveiled massive growth plans for 2023. Over the course of the year, the Dutch Salesforce partner will launch nine new offices in four European countries – more than doubling its current footprint.

Headquartered in Eindhoven, Nextview specialises in Salesforce technology consulting and implementation work. The tech consulting firm has over 200 staff in the Netherlands, Germany (entered in 2020 organically) and the Czech Republic (entered in 2022 through the acquisition of Mooza Inspire).

“In a world full of big system integrators, Nextview provides customers with a partner fully dedicated to  Salesforce. Building on our positioning and strengths, we aim to grow into one of the top 3 respectable Salesforce boutiques in the world,” says Huub Waterval, CEO and Founder at Nextview.

Nextview steps up European ambitions with nine new offices

That bold ambition now commences with further expansion across Europe.

In Germany, new offices are being setup in Munich, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, and Berlin, and in Frankfurt a new Design Thinking Center will be opened in September. In Sweden, Nextview is setting up its inaugural Swedish office in Stockholm having worked in the country through fly-in teams and remotely for the past two years.

In Poland, offices will be opened in Lublin and Warsaw, two cities which offer an attractive talent base for Nextview’s nearshore operations, while in Switzerland the firm’s market entry will be supported by a new base in Zurich.

At a time when most consultancies are trimming down on their office network in response to hybrid working strategies (or: cost rationalisation), Nextview is heading in the opposite direction. “There is really a great need to get together again. Only occasionally joining a flex office does not provide the sense of belonging people need,” says Waterval.

Nextview works for a wide roster of clients, from multinationals such as Santander, Mitsubshi, Canon, and Randstad, to fast-growing mid-sized businesses and private equity-backed companies.

The announcement comes hot on the heels of Salesforce naming Nextview one of its Strategic Partners for the European continent. Notably, Salesforce has a small stake in Nextview, through its Salesforce Ventures subsidiary.

According to a market report by M&A consultancy Equiteq, deal activity in Salesforce companies was at an-all time high between 2021 and 2022, on the back of Salesforce’s continued expansion as the system of choice for sales & marketing and business development functions.