Name change of Intergraph (Schweiz) AG and relocation

HxGN Schweiz AG takes over the contractual obligations

ZURICH, Switzerland, October 23, 2017

On 23 October 2017, Intergraph (Schweiz) AG will become HxGN Schweiz AG and will be listed in the commercial register of Switzerland. The name change of the legal entity represents an alignment with the Swiss company’s parent company, Hexagon. HxGN (pronounced “Hexagon”) is a registered trademark of Hexagon in Switzerland.

HxGN Schweiz AG will take over the contractual rights and obligations of the previous Intergraph (Schweiz) AG toward all contracting parties. Under the umbrella of HxGN Schweiz AG, the businesses Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure, Hexagon PPM and a/m/t software service ag, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hexagon, will continue to operate as usual.

Hexagon’s continuous growth in Switzerland also calls for larger premises. On 23 October 2017, the official principal office will move from Dietikon to Zurich Altstetten. a/m/t software service ag will also move from its current location in Winterthur to the joint office in Zurich Altstetten in February 2018.

The new address in Zurich Altstetten is:

HxGN Schweiz AG
Flurstrasse 55
8048 Zurich, Switzerland
Phone: +41 43 322 46 46

HxGN Schweiz AG operates primarily in the safety and infrastructure arenas through mission-critical and business-critical solutions for governments, public safety authorities, utilities and transportation providers.

“In 2010, Hexagon AB acquired Intergraph Corporation and the subsidiary in Switzerland,” says Marc Haenni, managing director, HxGN Schweiz AG. “After a transitional period, we are renaming our national legal entities in Europe now. With our new company name, we will continue to represent continuity, quality and agility. Our company’s strategic orientation, as well as the contact persons for our customers and partners, will remain the same.”

“More is changing than just the name of our PPM business”, says Philippe Marceau, Executive Vice President EMIA, Hexagon PPM. “This change represents a closer alignment with Hexagon that will open up new doors to truly leverage the depth and breadth of Hexagon’s innovations and technological capabilities for both us and our clients in the region.”