When the words honesty, team spirit and security are mentioned in the same sentence, then it is likely that it is the description of the emotional portfolio of NTS Innsbruck and Rosenheim.

“Focus on people” is what meets the eye. On the mural painting, this is joined by “Team Spirit” and “future-oriented”. Jürgen Tabojer, Territory Manager NTS Innsbruck and Rosenheim greeted us with a gentle handshake and he escorted us through the rooms of the Innsbruck location: “We are proud of the fact that the drive of the team and of the working environment is still the same as 9 years ago. We don’t pretend, but we hand down everything that we established since 2009 to our employees and customers.”

We don’t pretend, but we hand down everything that we established to our employees and customers.

What stands out are the good cohesion. Often, a drink is enjoyed together after work, at a birthday, a cake is ready in the kitchen and every year there is the NTS Family Day for everyone – a barbecue all together. “The collaboration across all locations is equally important”, emphasizes Jürgen Tabojer. He is mainly motivated by the enthusiasm that is making a huge difference in this IT business.

PIZ BUIN WAS ONE OF THE DESTINATIONS THAT NTS TARGETED WITH ITS CUSTOMERS.

Outside the windows of the biggest location in the region West, the Northkette and the Patscher Kofel mountains can be seen, glowing in the distance. “It is very important for us to keep on talking to our customers besides business matters, to exchange opinions and to maintain networks as our 200 customers include well-known, international companies such as Plansee, Egger and Swarovski,” tells Jürgen Tabojer. Also here “RELAX, WE CARE” applies.

FACT BOX:

2009 Was the NTS location Innsbruck founded to serve the West of Austria

33 Is the average age of the 35 employees of the NTS team in Innsbruck

200 Customers are overseen by NTS from the Innsbruck location

NTS Innsbruck Organizes the annual 7 IT FORUM in Igls in November

Text: Kunigunde Weissenegger / Foto: Matteo Vegetti