LexCom - the company
LexCom is the leading after-sales solution expert in industrial and automotive sectors. We offer custom online workflows, products and services for the entire after-sales value chain, from original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to end customers.
As an owner-managed IT company in its second generation, LexCom currently employees around 350 employees who now support over 150,000 customers in 150 countries.
LexCom and LexCom Industries are based in Munich. With sales and support offices in Atlanta (USA), Bordeaux (FR), Chemnitz (DE), São Paulo (Brazil), Shanghai (China), Wimborne (UK) and Yokohama (Japan), we have a global presence.
Milestones in our development
With the foundation of LexCom France and LexCom USA we support our strategy to be as close as possible at our customers.
- 50 years of LexCom 2017
Employees from 33 countries provide top-quality service for more than 150,000 customers worldwide.
- Start of 2017
Founding of the LexCom Industries business sector with a focus on industry clients and their specific needs.
- LexCom around the world 2014
LexCom China and Lexcom Brazil reinforce the international field of operation.
- Building expansion 2010
The number of employees increases, and a new building creates more space.
- Global Player 2004
The establishment of LexCom Japan K.K. means we can be in direct contact with customers in Asia.
- LexCom UK 1999
The first step towards becoming a global company.
- Expansion 1996
The company expands due to its growing order book. LexCom moves into new, larger company premises at Rüdesheimer Str. 23.
- Worldwide innovation 1989
Worldwide market launch of the first electronic parts catalogue.
- Real-time 1983
The level of challenges is unrelentingly high: editorial systems improve the timeliness of information and speed up processes using “real-time editing”.
- Revolutionary 1980
For the first time, intelligent graphic DICOMEDCOM systems can produce text and graphics in a fully automated process on microfiche.
- Change 1977
The company specialises in the after-sales sector of the automotive, truck and agricultural machinery industries.
- Ascendancy 1971
RANDCOM systems makes it possible to transpose alphanumeric data from data carriers directly onto microfilm for the first time. This was the start of LexCom in-house development.
- February 1967
Lex-EDV GmbH is founded in Munich. This is the beginning of our success story as a computer service provider.