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Special, Future-of-Work

Leading digital banking solutions for VZ VermögensZentrum

Digital banking // A new e-banking solution, a newly developed trading platform, and digital onboarding: In its role as technology partner, ti&m has overhauled the digital services offered by VZ VermögensZentrum. The result is a user-friendly banking experience suitable for all requirements, without any media disruption.

Samuel Scheidegger - Sep 28, 2022

Special, Future-of-Work

Digital signature – a Covid phenomenon becomes a universal reality

e-Signature // Thanks to changes in the law, the conditions have been created for digital signatures and electronic expressions of will to be rolled out to the masses. Providers like Swisscom Trust Services deliver the technical service via signature platforms with a user-friendly UX.

Niklaus Fuchs - Sep 20, 2022

Special, Future-of-Work

The industrialization of thinking

Automation // With the increasing potential for automation and industrialization of office processes, simple tasks are increasingly disappearing – as was the case in manufacturing during the Industrial Revolution. What does this mean for our clients, and what does it mean for technology companies such as ti&m?

Dr. Holger Rommel - Sep 5, 2022

Special, Future-of-Work

“ti&m develops its products in-house rather than simply engaging in body leasing”

Basel & Dusseldorf // With two new offices opened in spring 2022, ti&m is continuing to expand its presence in Switzerland and Germany. We spoke to Gabriel Salm, Head of the Basel office, about the new location and joining the company.

Gabriel Salm - Aug 25, 2022

Special, Future-of-Work

“The future does not just come – it is made. And it is made by us!”

New working models // The entire value creation chain is on the verge of a revolutionary structural change – with repercussions on the nature of work. We talk to futurologist Max Thinius about the coming changes.

Max Thinius - Aug 18, 2022

Special, E-Government

Digitalization is business

Swiss Armed Forces // Internet applications and digital products and services today shape much of our daily organizational, social and economic activities. The sheer scale and repercussions of rapidly developing digital platforms, big data and the ever-growing algorithm-based services are more far-reaching than any other pioneering technologies in the history of humanity.

KKdt Thomas Süssli - Dec 29, 2021

Special, E-Government

One step closer to the digital future with SHIP

Health // The healthcare system is well on the way to abolishing fax and mail. The SHIP (Swiss Health Information Processing) standard plays an important role in this. With SHIP, it’s possible to eliminate the current manual processes between hospitals and cost bearers, enabling considerable savings.

Michael Stutz - Dec 29, 2021

Special, E-Government

“Digitalization that bypasses citizens leads to action for the sake of it”

HR // Technology is just one aspect of digitalization. Successful transformation hinges on the culture and the people behind the projects. We talk to Angélique Hulliger, head of Human Resources at the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Energy and the Environment of the Canton of Bern, and Roberto Capone, head of the Office of Digital Administration of the State Chancellery,about the canton’s experience of successful change.

Angélique Hulliger, Roberto Capone - Dec 29, 2021

Special, E-Government

Digitalization, done safely!

Security by design // Whether industry, public administration or the private sector, many fields are experiencing profound changes, and finding themselves swept up in an inexorable digital transformation. Although this offers some great opportunities, it also significantly heightens the potential for attack and increases possible weak spots.

Philip Dieringer - Dec 29, 2021

Special, E-Government

Agile procurement and procurement of agile projects

Public procurement law // What makes projects successful is the people and their ability to develop and deliver a product. That’s why people – not the product – should be at the heart of the procurement process. A plea for greater cooperation and less specification in the contract-awarding process.

Thomas Molitor - Dec 29, 2021

Special, E-Government

When the door checks who goes in and out all by itself

Digital credentials // Since the summer of 2021, qualification-based access systems have been in use at SBB. They check whether an individual has the necessary access rights and authorizations for the task at hand. And that’s just the beginning: in the next few years, all security credentials will be digitalized.

Vitus Ammann, Andreas Fuhrer - Dec 29, 2021

Special, E-Government

The private cloud for public institutions

ti&m swiss eGov cloud // For public-sector digitalization and cloud projects, it is not only critical to choose a cloud-service provider that meets strict privacy requirements and high security standards. There is also a need for cloud integrators that implement projects end to end and in close collaboration with their clients.

Karsten Burger - Dec 29, 2021

Special, Security

The Digital Identity Card

Self-sovereign identity // Today, we already shop and procure the majority of services online, while other areas, such as healthcare services, are increasingly becoming digitalized. As the world becomes more digital, so must our understanding of identity. Together with Lissi, ti&m is exploring new solutions for a digital identity that offer self-sovereignty for the user, and can be applied in various ecosystems.

Adrian Doerk - Jun 15, 2021