Business continuity: The effects of corona

Continuing in the crisis - LinkedIn article by Heinrich Seeger

Heinrich Seeger spoke with decision-makers from the industry about the continuation of operations in companies during and after the pandemic, including:

  • Anja Zapka-Volkmann (Head of Legal & Human Resources Germany, ARYZTA Bakeries Deutschland GmbH)
  • Winfried Bachmann (CIO, Hugo Kern und Liebers GmbH)
  • Mathias Espeloer (Director IT, Anwaltssozietät Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek)
  • Niklas Tietz (Project Manager IT, Trei Real Estate GmbH)
  • Tim Böttiger (CTO, Karlsruher Messe- und Kongress GmbH)

The independent journalist highlights the image and contribution of mobile work. Important topics of discussion are new processes and business models as well as the question: How can secure business continuity be achieved?

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Business Continuity: The effects of corona

Continuing in the crisis: This requires processes and technology that are stable and yet adaptable - in other words, "business continuity". Corona has put the ability of companies not to get out of control during sharp braking and evasive maneuvers to the test and taught lessons for the future. What lessons? A survey among decision makers.

Please find the complete article (in German) here here

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Different thinking of CX and IT

lead to misunderstandings:


"The medium-sized company Solarlux develops its customer portal as microservices in agile projects. The software team works distributed: at the company headquarters in Lower Saxony and, within the framework of outbranching, at the service provider SHE in Cluj, Romania."

COMPUTERWOCHE, Bernhard Haluschak (Author), 15.11.2018 (only in German)