The city where it all started back in 1990. Then: in a basement and on a meagre pasta diet. Now: more than one hundred CRM-crazy people in an old hospital for the mentally ill, where staff bring in homemade cookies for Friday “fika” (coffee break with something sweet). The greenery around the old hospital brainwashes everyone to love (lime) green even more.


Since the Stockholm office opened in year 2000, the traditions from Lund have been swapped for trends in the capital, such as AW and bubbles. Modesty is mixed with provocations like “this is the best office” and the hunt for the best week – these are all constantly present themes at this office, located smack in the middle of the Kungsbroplan square.


The ping-pong balls are flying at low altitude in the entrance and victory roars are mixed with vengeful looks during the breaks. Recurring happenings are Friday burgers and Wednesday quizzes: which day that is best for a visit is up to you! The magnificent view of the parade street Avenyn is, however, an everyday feature.


Just behind the Royal Palace, there’s a building that’s almost as impressive as that one. Here, in and among rustic rafters and pointed ceilings, you’ll find Norway’s CRM elite. With a BBQ area and a rooftop terrace, many working days have passed into late summer evenings with views overlooking the capital.


The first office was launched in Bisnodes broom cupboard in 2010. Today, however, everyone is able to stretch out their legs in the heart of Helsinki. Swedish royals are paving the way for those needing to powder their noses, and the Swedish “fika” culture has got a twist of Finnish melancholy.


The location on Kultovet square means everyone here has developed amazing skills in “zigzagging-forward-through-hordes-of-tourists”. The typical Danish smørrebrød lunch is complimented with the tones from the Queen’s Orchestra, which regularly pass by the office.


Feel the breath of history and maybe a slight scent of smoke as you enter the old stock exchange, Börshuset, which survived the city fire in 1869. Once the northernmost commodity exchange in Europe, now Limes most northenly located office in Sweden. The sound of ancient calculating machines is nowadays replaced with the clattering from keybords.


The city that is said to be one of the happiest in the world, we dare say, just got even better since Lime Technologies moved in! In addition to an interest for sticky Stroopwafels, the Dutch team has an undeniable passion for CRM. With the vision of soon becoming as hyped in the continental market as we have long been up in the North, our local experts are already claiming the title of “Lime’s most hungry office”.


Congratulations, Cologne! As well as medieval origins and an enviable business culture, the city can now boast the first Lime office in Germany. Here, our CRM enthusiasts will strive side by side with our friends over at Userlike, to ensure that customer experience exceeds expectations. When it comes to tourist attractions, it’s no contest as the city’s architecture is a clear winner, over the system architecture in Lime CRM. However, when it comes to attracting customers, Lime is always the right destination.