Drooms achieves strong company growth of more than 40 percent in H1 2021

22. July 2021

London, 22nd July 2021Drooms, the leading provider of digital platforms for real estate assets in Europe, today reports strong company growth of 43 percent in the first half of 2021 versus the same period last year.

Drooms’ Chief Financial Officer Daniel Weiskopf comments: "We closed the first half of 2021 on a high that exceeded our original goals. In addition to Drooms’ strong results in the DACH market, the business recorded increased growth of more than 40 percent across Europe."

In the first half of the year, Drooms saw user growth of almost 20 percent. The Drooms Online Shop alone witnessed user growth of 27 percent. This was driven by increased demand for digital solutions for the secure management and disposal of real estate assets. A 33 percent increase in the number of employees in Switzerland was one of several key factors that helped strengthen and further expand Drooms’ presence in the DACH market.

"Exceptional company growth in all areas paves the way for further investment," Weiskopf added. "The current strong growth being seen in asset management and the high demand for transactions in the real estate market also make us optimistic about the second half of the year."

Drooms is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and is increasingly adopting artificial intelligence to automate everyday work processes in its digital solutions.

About Drooms

Drooms, Europe’s leading provider of virtual data rooms, grants companies controlled access to confidential corporate data across company boundaries and specialises in customised solutions across the entire value-added chain. In addition to securely handling confidential business processes such as commercial real estate sales, mergers & acquisitions and NPL transactions via Drooms TRANSACTION, Drooms PORTFOLIO maps all stages across the entire Lifecycle Asset Management process on a single platform. Currently, more than 25,000 companies across the world use Drooms, including leading global real estate companies, consultancy firms, law firms and corporations such as the METRO GROUP, Evonik, JLL, JP Morgan, CBRE, Rewe and UBS. The software specialists have concluded over 15,000 complex transactions with a total volume of more than EUR 500 billion.