Use of Internet Explorer 6/7/8

You are using an old version of the Internet Explorer that is no longer supported. Please use a newer browser version. If you are missing the rights to do so, you can also enhance your Internet Explorer by installing the add-on called Google Chrome Frame. The extension allows you to display web pages that are no longer support by Internet Explorer. You can download the add-on here.


Mobility

“Mobilize” your processes with our functional/technical consulting and implementation support.

Smartphones and tablet PC’s have become indispensable and are becoming increasingly important to companies across all industries. The trend in ‘mobilization’ means that organizations need to adapt to new challenges such as the integration of new services and communication channels into existing business processes. When embracing these new challenges, consideration must be given to the synchronization of distributed databases as well as to security issues and data protection.

A robust and successful mobilization strategy is dependent on the selection of suitable technology and the organization and update of software distribution.

Our experts can support you in your search, evaluation and selection of the right solution, not only with regards to the content and technical aspects, but also with the implementation and delivery. Our consulting process begins with the analysis of your mobile user context and the definition of your requirements. In close co-operation with yourselves, we develop blueprints for new services or the ‘mobilization’ of existing processes, thus creating a mobility roadmap.

The cornerstone of our shared success is the combination of our specialist know-how and technical expertise within the mobility competence center of the ConVista and Faktor Zehn.

    • Mobility strategy—strategic support via a structured methodological approach
    • Mobility consulting—consulting and support for all solutions regarding the content and technic
    • Mobility solutions—use the existing apps from ConVista/Faktor Zehn