Expanding business to Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan is becoming an increasingly important trading partner for Germany. However, the country not only has raw materials to offer. It is also a step ahead when it comes to digitization.
Liubov – finding your passion
How do you find your passion within the vast field of IT? Liubov's story shows what happens when passion, ability and work are poured into one.
TI-Kette – Parts list for vehicles
Vehicle parts list is a dry, maybe boring word for outsiders. A closer look reveals that it stands for a very exciting, innovative innovation in many areas of the automotive industry.
BVB Hospitality app
The new BVB Hospitality app and web application raises the VIP experience to a new level through digital ticket management and as a match day companion. An exciting project for us in terms of conception, design and implementation.
Volkswagen – transparent data usage
Data protection is everyones concern. Regardless of whether you are a small business owner or a large corporation. Customers are becoming more and more aware of how their data is handled. Volkswagen knows this and creates transparency with its own data protection portal.
Fastlane – easy COVID data registration
Guest data collection is a big topic in times of a pandemic. Tools are springing up like mushrooms, but what do you do with them once the pandemic is over? Are there concepts that are safe but also reusable? With Fastlane, COMbridge has taken up this challenge.
Thomas – becoming a product owner
How does one become a product owner and what are the responsibilities one oversees? What is important in this position and what do you learn from it. An insight into the life and development of a product owner and what Thomas has learned for future projects.
VfL Connect: digital VIP Ticketing
VIP ticketing in particular is an area that was previously organized by sending hard tickets by post and that needs to be modernised.
Limetimer – Time tracking in the agile age
"In an agile way of working, time tracking is impractical and unnecessary." You often hear this argument, especially in companies whose time recording system is not made for agile working methods.