Company Profile

6, Em, Benaki str.
10564 Athens, Greece
Phone: +30 210 3726930-37
Fax: +30 210 3726939
 Maria Manda
 Jenny Xakoustou

GERMANOS Group of Companies was established in 1980 and has been recognized as one of the fastest growing Greek Business Groups. The sectors of its operation include the Specialized Telecommunication goods and services Chain of Stores, and the production and distribution of Integrated Energy Systems and batteries for Specialized Applications.

Based on these two axes, GERMANOS Group of Companies has enlisted in its force Companies that cover a specific range of activities, has developed an international Chain of Stores for Specialized Telecommunications Goods and Services and has recorded a dynamic growth in the area of Production and Distribution of Integrated Energy Systems and Batteries for Specialized Applications, both domestically and abroad.

Today GERMANOS Chain of Stores constitutes 830 Stores in 8 countries (Greece, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Cyprus, F.Y.R.O.M., Ukraine, and Uzbekistan).

Previous research experience

GERMANOS Group of Companies has a long experience in leading and participating in research programs. The most significant research programs are the following:

  • Project DIASBAT: “Development of an Integrated Alternative System for the Environmentally Compatible Management of Spent Batteries and Accumulators”. The main objective of the project is The Development of an Integrated Alternative System for the environmentally safe management of used portable Batteries and accumulators, in compliance with the existing and the developing environmental legislation, using the capabilities of the state –of-the-art technology
  • Project ERMIS (Development of an Advanced Collaborative e-business system for Retail Chain). The main objective of the project is to provide an integrated e-business solution for retail stores aiming to support the interoperability of the different IT systems found in the franchisor and the franchisees part.

GERMANOS’ expected benefits from FUSION

FUSION pilot case is an initiative intended for stimulating the integration of the company’s headquarters across 7 eastern European countries, towards the virtual organization vision. Better quality of business services, enterprise-wide access to accurate and consistent information, and business process reengineering opportunities are among technological challenges of the FUSION pilot. FUSION technological advances are expected to offer strategic benefits: faster responds to market changes, centralized management capabilities and cost reduction.



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