In a press conference on October 5, 2000, in the German stock exchange in Frankfurt am Main, the e*Message company introduced e*Skyper, its new stock market information service. The new product is an economical alternative to conventional stock market pagers.
e*Message (e*Message Wireless Information Services GmbH) opened a new customer care center on August 14th, 2000. All departments serving business users in Germany are now centralized at a single location — a first in the German telecommunications market.
Berlin. More than 200 invited guests from business and government joined the opening of the e*Message European headquarters in Berlin. Berlin’s Senator for the Economy and Technology, Wolfgang Branoner, welcomed the young company to the German capital. e*Message has a staff of more than eighty. Branoner emphasized the new European headquarter’s important role for Berlin’s economy. The example set by e*Message will be followed by other information technology companies, since the capital offers unique conditions for innovative companies . Branoner also acknowledged e*Message’s European profile: the company has been able to take the lead in the paging market in both Germany and France within a few months.