Spacewell acquires DEXMA, a company created by FIBers

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The founders of DEXMA are Guillem Corominas, Xavier Orduña and Joan Pinyol, graduates in Informatics Engineering from the FIB.

The Belgian building software and technology company Spacewell has acquired the Catalan company DEXMA, making Barcelona its global hub for smart energy management.

Guillem Corominas, Xavier Orduña and Joan Pinyol, FIB alumni, together with the support of the Emprèn UPC programme, created DEXMA in 2007. The Catalan company provides energy intelligence and management software and currently has a workforce of forty-five people that is expected to increase by twenty professionals during 2021.

The company founded by FIBers is now part of Spacewell, established in 1989 with headquarters in Antwerp and since 2018 owned by the multinational software company for the design, construction and operation of buildings Nemetschek Group. According to the director of the Nemetschek Group's Operate & Manage division, Koen Matthijs, the acquisition of DEXMA is an added value for its customers since energy management means being more sustainable. As for DEXMA, its international expansion brings it closer to the goal described by one of its founders, Joan Pinyol, "to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon economy".


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