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01.03.2021 By Heike Heger
Despite the global pandemic, IT budgets are increasing and the march of digitalisation is set to continue. But IT and marketing departments often find themselves at odds with one another. That’s why in this blog post, I’m going to show you how to set up a customer-centric application and a modern system that can be fully integrated and continuously developed in small steps.
09.02.2021 By Jean-François Gonguet
Microservice-based architectures are a current trend for transforming information systems. But how can these architectures be implemented? The most commonly used solution is Camunda's BPM engine. In my blog post, I show you how this solution also enables microservice choreography.
08.02.2021 By Valentin Le
SAP S/4HANA testing is not limited to the implementation and go-live phases of a project. Standard functionalities and extensions of the S/4HANA package should also be factored in. But does this also mean more and more effort?
14.01.2021 By René Schönfelder
Diversity plays a crucial role in meeting complex and ever-changing challenges. In my blog post, I use a simplified model to explain what this means and how agile practices help a diverse team solve complex problems.
12.01.2021 By Lisette Korte
In my blog post, I’d like to introduce you to an incredibly versatile method for recording, analysing and documenting processes. The brown paper method is shaped by interactive collaboration, especially on site. I would like to share my experiences with you to demonstrate how the method can be adapted during a pandemic and still be applied on site.
23.11.2020 By Benedict Pregler
If a customer also wants their business to be present and successful on the Android and iOS mobile platforms, there is often no alternative to using a mobile app.
24.09.2020 By Christian Straube
Low-code is a paradigm in modern software development. It pursues the vision of making the development of applications accessible to people with zero or little engineering background – known as ‘citizen developers’. This is intended to make more efficient use of developer resources, which are generally scarce, primarily using working time for the implementation of functionality instead of technical foundations. Collaboration between company departments for software development also becomes much closer, and teams are able to work together more effectively to generate benefits for customers and users.