New UNITY Office in Salzburg

UNITY Austria GmbH has been based in Salzburg since the beginning of January 2022. The successful management consultancy has moved into its offices at Imbergstraße 2. UNITY Austria GmbH was founded in 2008. In the past 14 years, national and international teams of experts have supported more than 40 customers in over 130 projects. UNITY Austria benefits from the cross-industry experience and comprehensive digitalization expertise of its parent company UNITY AG, which was founded in Germany in 1995. In Austria, projects have been primarily implemented in the healthcare sector and in the manufacturing industry.

"We now want to take account of the expansion of our customer base throughout Austria. At the beginning of 2022, we have therefore relocated our branch office in Austria to Salzburg. This will ensure greater proximity to our customers," says Florian Heffeter, Managing Director of UNITY Austria GmbH.

"The development of our subsidiary in Austria clearly shows that UNITY is also appreciated as a partner in this country. We are pleased to be able to offer both our customers and our local team a wonderful contact point with the new branch office in Salzburg," says Christoph Plass, founding member and executive board member of UNITY AG, as well as the managing director of UNITY Austria GmbH.

As a native of Salzburg, Florian Heffeter is particularly pleased about the change of location. He has been responsible for the business of UNITY Austria since January 2020. The 40-year-old medical informatics specialist works across industries as an expert for organizational development and change management as well as for the industry focus on healthcare and pharma/MedTech. "I look back on 20 years of activity in various positions in the healthcare industry which have brought me a great deal of practical know-how and breadth of experience. It is exactly this experience that I can now offer our healthcare clients and the industry. We want to make our customers successful and that requires a close and trust-based cooperation," says Heffeter.