Swiss software companies are confident despite corona
27-10-2020 / Showing confidence in these complicated times is sometimes not easy. Nevertheless, Swiss software companies are optimistic about the future, the latest Software Industry Survey (SSIS) shows. A summary of the study is now available on our blog.
Working in the home office
15-10-2020 / The coronavirus forces many companies to work in the home office. Dr. Thomas Gaugler, Chief Human Resources & Operating Officer and Laila Ulmann, HR Specialist Marketing and Recruiting at bbv explain in our blog why bbv was convinced of the home office even before the corona crisis – and why other companies should also rely on it.
Many years of cooperation
15-10-2020 / For more than ten years the passion for the complex Garaventa and bbv. bbv expert Alan Ettlin and Ueli Sutter, project manager at the cable car manufacturer Garaventa, have been united by their passion for the complex. The whole article is now also available on our blog.
Reduce costs in software modernization
15-10-2020 / Software modernization can be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. To keep the costs for this complex task as low as possible, bbv expert Markus Holzner advises an agile approach and multifunctional teams. In this way, benefits for the business can be achieved in just one to two months. Read all about it in the blog.
bbv is ISO 13485 certified
24-09-2020 / bbv Software Services AG is ISO-certified according to the quality management standard ISO 13485:2016 to ensure that software development for medical devices complies with the laws and regulations of the medical device industry.
25 years anniversary magazine available
17-09-2020 / 25 years bbv Software Services AG. Our anniversary magazine is now available in digital for in German and English: A look at 25 years of history and highlights since 1995 and inspiring articles about the future of our business. Please find the German Version and the English Version here.
17-09-2020 / Half a year has passed since the beginning of lockdown. The virus has hit many companies out of the blue and forced them to push forward with processes. Computerworld evaluated the driving forces and brake pads and interviewed bbv CEO Philipp Kronenberg and various ICT industry leaders. An shortened version is available on our blog.
RPA: Faster, more precise and more efficient
31-08-2020 / Robotic Process Automation, RPA for short, can support employees in their everyday work by automating simple, repetitive business processes: A robot imitates the way human employees operate their computers, process and transfer data and thereby complete tasks. Robotic Process Automation RPA
9 kids at bbv youth days
31-07-2020 / After the bbv trial days in spring had to be cancelled due to the Coronavirus, we have now made up for them. A total of 9 young people got an insight into the world of computer science and programming. Further information on the promotion of young talents at bbv can be found here.
The art of slicing stories
22-07-2020 / Breaking down stories in small, manageable chunks is an essential skill when maintaining a good backlog. Sounds good, but how does one actually do the slicing? bbv expert Dominik Berner describes in the latest blog article how to portion user stories correctly. User Story Slicing
More flexibility and new business opportunities
10-07-2020 / The life insurance LV 1871 is a specialist for occupational disability insurance as well as for life and pension insurance. bbv supported the company in updating the tariff software "TSW", which is used to create offers for customers, and assisted LV 1871 in setting up a modern and lean CI pipeline. More flexibility and new business opportunities
TestOps - the chance for testers of today
09-07-2020 / Just as DevOps can optimize processes in software development, TestOps promises similar benefits in the areas of testing and test automation. Slobodan Bozic, Senior Test Manager at bbv, explains do's and don'ts in the latest blog article. TestOps - the chance for testers of today
Develop interfaces - with the user, for the user
06-07-2020 / Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) and Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs) can be critical success factors for companies. When developing interfaces, one person should therefore be at the centre of attention: the end user himself. UX specialist Flavio Maspoli explains in the latest bbv blog how to get the necessary feedback even if the end user cannot say exactly what he wants. Develop GUIs and HMIs