ti&m special: anniversary edition
Don’t trust anyone who can’t innovate!
ti&m has been synonymous with digital innovation in Switzerland for 15 years. In this relatively short period, ti&m has emerged as one of the biggest IT companies in the country. This has been possible thanks to our motivated employees, our partnership with our loyal clients, and above all thanks to our values – agility, the courage to innovate, a passion for what we do, and a little something we call Swissness. This issue takes a look back over the last 15 years at ti&m and gives a sneak preview of what’s in store for the years to come.
You can also read stimulating contributions from our clients on the success of their digitalization journey. Transformation often comes down to culture, and as an integral element of culture, IT must be taken into account in change processes. This is the only way to develop innovations that ensure business sustainability in the market over the long term. Find your inspiration here – and stay safe!
Some ti&m special articles
Innovation // Printed learning materials, instruction manuals, and checklists have long played a central role in aviation. Thanks to digitalization, paper is now becoming a thing of the past in the cockpit. SWISS is bringing the future to the whole company with a new information app.
Lorenzo Bittmann, SWISS
Cloud // Helsana has followed a cloud-first strategy for more than five years now as it seeks to harness the full benefits of this technology. The first major example of this strategy in action was the Helsana+ app. With its brand-new cloud-native architecture, the app is now future-proof. However, there are a few things to consider to keep costs down when following this path.
Arben Nuhija, Helsana Versicherungen AG
Products // What is it that sets groundbreaking digitalization products apart? There are three key aspects: openness, modularity, and innovation. These three elements need to work together in harmony to create powerful products that can withstand the challenges of the accelerating speed of digitalization and changes in the market.
Samuel Scheidegger, ti&m
E-banking // Bank CIC opted for Switzerland’s most cutting-edge e-banking solution, courtesy of ti&m. In our interview, Sandra Marugg reveals why it is more than just a channel for transactions.
Sandra Marugg, Bank CIC
What our clients say:
Open banking // Although Swiss banks do not have to engage with open banking, it is vital that they do so. Implemented correctly, open banking gives banks the tools to survive and compete in the future. There are also cultural issues to contend with.
Dr. Stephan Murer, Murer Consulting