Dynamic & flexible, stay ahead of time

A dynamic company needs flexible partners

It may be true that software functions complexly, but it is not true that everything to do with software does so too.

We believe software has just one purpose: to make your business more efficient.

The introduction of new IT systems is usually a critical moment for a company. We provide our customers with full service, from strategic consulting to the transition into production and master it. Our developers belong to the open source community. That is the best basis for them to safeguard your interests effectively.

Dynamic & flexible, stay ahead of time

You can beyond to the maintenance and operation of the finished system.

Our one-stop-shop approach also means you benefit from the advantages of open source software without having to in any way naturally become active, too, if you like. You can maintain and further develop your system yourself.

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22. November 2017 at 10:00 PM

Social Networks Are Not Designed To Build Relationships

Because, if they wanted you to build relationships, social networks would encourage you to only connect to the right people, facilitate relationship building, and they would make you work to do both. Personalized invitations to connect would be a requirement rather than an option that is not even always available. They would allow you to ...

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22. November 2017 at 2:00 PM

When Sales Hates the Spiffy New Marketing Presentation (and what to do about it)

Ta da! Your marketing team just delivered a brand new, spiffy presentation to your sales team. So why, three months later, is no one using it?? Here are just a few of the reasons I hear from salespeople: “It’s not my style. I like to just have a conversation. It’s already out of date. It’s ...

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