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Sparx Systems Central Europe: From Trainer to Founder

During his time as an Enterprise Architect consultant, Jan van Oort trained numerous SparxSystems Central Europe customers eager to improve their modeling skills and...

Orderbird’s path to a restaurant OS

As much as every computer needs an operating system in order to run smoothly, every restaurant does too. In a constantly changing environment, technology...

Emotion and Stress Recognition: Their Importance for modern Interfaces and Functionalities

Knowing or recognising how people feel when they use an app or application or during any other form of interaction with machines is the...

The Football App story at DXC

The DXC development team of the German Application Services department came up with the idea, to contribute to the 2018 Football World Cup fever...

The Human Factor in the World of Code

If, as in my particular case, you switch to IT as the marketing director of a leading global branded goods company, then it's like...

Come Work in the Future

What do you get when crossing a bear’s resilience with the elegance of an elf? An ability to work hard while remaining classy. And this...

7+1 Recommendations to Become a Data-Driven Company

It's not enough to call yourself a data-driven company, you must adapt your practices to truly become one. Of course, the shift is never...

Simple Code, Easy Payments: Concardis Sets Benchmark With New Multichannel-Platform Payengine

The problem is, each market has its preferred way of paying. While credit cards are highly popular in areas such as the US, UK or South Korea, many consumers in Europe opt for direct debit and fund transfer. In addition, localized payment methods need to be taken into account: Merchants seeking business in German-speaking countries, for example, should consider including SEPA direct debit, Invoice, Installment, Sofort, and Paydirekt into their payment portfolio.