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17.06.2022 By Ainara Novales
Low-code development platforms are becoming increasingly popular with companies because they enable them to create applications independently, even if they have little or no programming knowledge. In my blog post, I’ll describe the origins of low-code, explain how it works and list important considerations for its implementation.
14.06.2022 By Nehir Safak-Turhan
Our observations show that with mobile working models, flexible working hours and digital alternatives, stability and productivity are entirely possible – in the financial world as well. The buzzword in this context is ‘new work’. In this blog post, I’d like to present in greater detail what the term actually means, how it affects banks and what the use cases that can be experienced in banking look like.
07.06.2022 By Ainara Novales
Advances in IoT and other information technologies such as cloud and mobile computing have promoted the digitisation of products. Digital products offer a wide range of opportunities for innovation and high potential for new use cases. While customer centricity is an important consideration, manufacturers should also consider the internal benefits of use cases on the manufacturing side. In my blog post, I explain how we help companies do this.
19.01.2022 By Andrea Giuliani
You’ve probably heard a lot about the Online Access Act, but what is it exactly? Why is the Online Access Act important for Germany? What are the specific challenges and how implementation is progressing? I will answer these questions in my blog post.
20.08.2021 By Nicole Gaiziunas
When it comes to digital progress, we repeatedly criticise the status quo of digital infrastructure and tools in companies in Germany. But if we only ever talk about the technical side, we fall into one of the biggest traps of digitalisation: digital transformation is not achieved by simply updating hardware and software, but above all by changing the way people think.
18.05.2021 By Arman Kohli
Digitalisation, transformation and agility are appearing on many organisations’ agendas more and more. But quite a number of these organisations aren’t sure what digitalisation means for them. In my blog post, I present the strategy requirements, the various fields of action and the success factors needed to ensure that an organisation’s transformation project succeeds.
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.