24.02.2021 By Louisa Burakowski
As a result of the digital transformation, companies now generate and collect huge amounts of data. The potential of data to transform previous business models often falls by the wayside in many areas. So in this blog post, we explain how companies can integrate data as a key resource into day-to-day operations as well as business strategy with the help of the DDBMI process model.
16.02.2021 By Karsten Tinnefeld
In the first part of my blog series "Using the wiki as an integration platform", I looked at the benefits of integration for a consultancy in the IT environment and the possibilities of a wiki system as a common documentation platform. The second part is about monitoring and guiding your own company with regard to constructive and future-oriented cooperation.
10.02.2021 By Arman Kohli
In IT, IT service management (ITSM) is mainly concerned with optimising the quality of IT services. Practice has shown that optimising security management is often more effective at improving information security in the longer term than investing in security technology is. As the focus on ITSM has increased in the IT environment, I’m going to use this blog post to explain how performance measurement and security costs are related in this context.
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?
28.01.2021 By Eva-Maria Kynast
Not every project has a UX designer. The requirements engineer is often asked to perform a kind of dual role – ‘they can do that little bit of UX as well, no problem’. I’d like to use this post to expand your UX horizons a little to help you understand the basics and possibly highlight a few important points to consider when designing software solutions.
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.
02.07.2020 By Dennis Gaida
Companies increase productivity in application development by using low-code platforms. Low-code is a visual development approach that allows users with varying levels of experience to create web and mobile applications using a graphical user interface. Non-technical developers (‘citizen developers’) are saved from having to write the code, while complicated infrastructure and installation tasks are abstracted for professional developers. Together, developers can create, evolve and publish applications in a fraction of the time it would otherwise take using traditional development methods.