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Consulteer unterstützt die Schweizer Bundesverwaltung bei strategischen Projekten
Consulteer unterstützt die Schweizer Bundesverwaltung bei strategischen Projekten

Ob im Bereich Technologie, Informationssysteme oder Befehls- und Steuerungssysteme, Consulteer unterstützt die Schweizerische Bundesverwaltung bereits seit vielen Jahren mit ihrem technischen Know-how. Seit Anfang

70% of Digital Transformations Fail, and Here’s Why
70% of Digital Transformations Fail, and Here’s Why

Digital transformations fail all the time. According to an Everest Group study, 73% of companies declined to provide any business value from their digital

We are entering the „Remote First“ era
We are entering the „Remote First“ era

We are currently all at an experiment at an unprecedented scale – home work. And as the pandemic is thought to accelerate a number

How Blockchain Might Transform the Healthcare Industry
How Blockchain Might Transform the Healthcare Industry

The healthcare industry has issues that need to be addressed in order for patients to receive the best possible healthcare, resulting in more positive

Software Development

5 Significant Advantages of Remote Teams
5 Significant Advantages of Remote Teams

Having a remote team means getting ready for the future. As your organization grows, you’ll start facing many challenges. Finding the best talents will

The Software Development Process—Where to Start?
The Software Development Process—Where to Start?

You’ll often hear that the most important thing you need is a good idea to get a good product. And yes, the idea matters,

Agile and Scrum: Managing Remote Development Teams
Agile and Scrum: Managing Remote Development Teams

The agile approach succeeds well when everyone working on the project is at the same location. As teams share the same space, colleagues can

CO-CREATION IS A POWERFUL METHOD FOR SOFTWARE INNOVATION
CO-CREATION IS A POWERFUL METHOD FOR SOFTWARE INNOVATION

For years, firms gambled that their expensive software development projects would meet customers’ needs. Customer-facing processes were designed from the inside out, and were