Who are we?
With many years of project experience and a high level of detailed competence, we have been offering lean and demand-synchronized IT solutions and services since the end of the 1990s.
Our focus is on the automation of business processes and business services in datacentres. Our preferred project environment are global enterprise IT landscapes.
In this context, we offer a wide range of services that are characterized by sustainability and a quick ROI.
• Analysis of existing systems and IT landscapes
• Advice on system architectures and implementation of automation solutions
• Planning, development and implementation of individual software solutions
• Managed services and personnel services for the operation of your systems
• Advice and support in the area of “off shore” provider management
• Coaching in the field of intercultural teams
"What does software have to do with sustainability?"
For us, a lot ...
We want your processes to remain valid and competitive in the future.
Our software solutions are characterized by the following quality features:
Changeability / maintainability:
Even at the application design stage, we keep an eye on the effort required to implement the specified changes. Changes can include corrections, improvements or adjustments to the environment, requirements, or functional specifications.
- Analysability: The effort required to diagnose defects or causes of failure or to determine parts that need to be changed.
- Conformity: The degree to which the software complies with standards or agreements on changeability.
- Modifiability: The effort involved in making improvements, eliminating errors, or adapting to changes in the environment.
- Stability: the likelihood of unexpected effects of changes occurring.
- Testability: the effort required to test the changed software.
Usability and software ergonomics:
- Attractiveness: the application's appeal to the user.
- Usability: effort for the user to operate the application.
- Learnability: effort for the user to learn the application (e.g. operation, input, output).
- Conformity: The degree to which the software complies with standards or agreements on usability.
- Comprehensibility: effort for the user to understand the concept and the application.
The performance level of the software and the scope of the equipment used under specified conditions are in a balanced relationship with our solutions.
- Conformity: The degree to which the software meets standards or agreements on efficiency.
- Time behaviour: response and processing times as well as throughput during function execution.
- Consumption behaviour: number and duration of the resources required to fulfil the functions. Resource consumption, such as CPU time, hard disk access, etc.
To what extent does the software have the required functions? - Presence of functions with defined properties. These functions meet the defined requirements.
- Appropriateness: suitability of functions for specified tasks, for example task-oriented composition of functions from sub-functions.
- Security: Ability to prevent unauthorized access, both accidental and deliberate, to programs and data.
- Interoperability: the ability to interact with given systems.
- Conformity: Ability of the software product to comply with standards, conventions or legal provisions and similar regulations related to functionality. 
- Compliance: Features of software that ensure that the software complies with application-specific standards or agreements or legal provisions and similar regulations.
- Accuracy: Providing the correct or agreed results or effects, for example the required accuracy of calculated values.
How easily can the software be transferred to another environment? - Suitability of the software so that it can be transferred from one environment to another. The environment can be an organizational, hardware or software environment.
- Adaptability: Ability of the software to adapt it to different environments.
- Interchangeability: Possibility of using this software instead of a specified other in the environment of that software, as well as the effort required for this.
- Install ability: the effort required to install the software in a defined environment.
- Coexistence: Ability of the software to work alongside another with similar or identical functions.
- Conformity: The degree to which the software meets standards or agreements on portability.
Can the software maintain a certain level of performance under certain conditions over a certain period of time? - Ability of the software to maintain its level of performance under specified conditions for a specified period of time.
- Fault tolerance: the ability to maintain a specified level of performance in the event of software errors or non-compliance with its specified interface.
- Conformity: The degree to which the software meets standards or agreements on reliability.
- Maturity: Low frequency of failure due to error states.
- Recoverability: the ability, in the event of a failure, to restore the level of performance and recover the data directly affected. The time and effort required must be taken into account.