We master context, create transparency and structure. We make complexity manageable.

The client and his specific situation are at the centre of our work. The three critical corporate competencies strategy/business model – organisation – (technical) infrastructure receive holistic recognition. It is not only a primary technical focus that is relevant to success, we acknowledge dependencies and consider the client holistically.

Strategy, technology and organization do not exist in isolation in companies. Therefore, only the holistic view of mission-critical parameters can lead to success. Business model, information technology and (organisational) psychology have a common relevance for us, together they are critical for the success of a company.


40 consultants work for DANGELMAYER SEEMANN - throughout Germany and internationally.


100% of our mandates are generated from the relevant business cases of our clients only.


Our offices are in Frankfurt & Niedernhausen, Bonn and Berlin.

Contents of Interest

The introduction of E-Signature in companies

The introduction of electronic signatures as a substitute for manual signatures on paper offers high potential savings depending on the application. We pass on our experience from concrete customer projects in an article in the iX 11/2018. The iX article describes a basic approach in eight steps and identifies key aspects.

Industry 4.0 for logistics a distant future scenario?

If you follow the media, you might think that the future has already begun, and some may therefore also feel disconnected. But what about the reality beyond the hype? Who is ready for the comprehensive digitization and Industry 4.0 and who can seriously claim that they have fully realized the potential of established technologies already?

Culture eats strategy for breakfast” – so what?

Anyone who reads the countless science reports and case studies on corporate transformations, learns a lot about the importance of corporate culture as a differentiating factor in terms of successful or less successful transformations. The introductory sentence, commonly attributed to Peter Drucker, highlights the relevance of culture. But is it enough to only “emphasize” on culture?