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Created in the 90´s, we are an European full-service digital company that defines, builds and grows the digital business value of international A-brands.

With around 600,000 inhabitants, Dortmund is a metropolis in western Westphalia (approx. 18 million inhabitants) and the gateway to the Rhine-Ruhr region. Dortmund is a city of medium-sized companies, technology and services, with a still strong industrial core.

Dortmund is one of the most dynamic cities of the new economy in Germany and a rapidly growing technology location. Today, industries of the future such as information technology (IT), micro / nanotechnology and logistics, and increasingly also biomedicine and robotics, are located here.

Located at the place-to-be “PHOENIX See”, SQLI provides its employees access to urban quarters on the lake integrate the functions of living, working and leisure.

PHOENIX See is a leisure paradise and recreational area rolled into one: the port with its piazza, gastronomy and culture is a lively meeting place. The three-kilometer-long promenade promises active relaxation for walkers, skaters and cyclists. The quieter natural areas of the north-eastern half of the lake also offer retreats for flora and fauna.

Our team in Dortmund is delivering meaningful and engaging experiences by leveraging technologies, methodologies, skills and creativity to get closer to the customers or user and capture their attention. We design, develop and deploy solid high-performing architectures that improve business agility, increase efficiencies and facilitate business growth.

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We are technical & creative thinkers and doers, we have been delivering engaging experiences and business growth across the digital landscape since the 90’s.

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