Utilising the potential of modernisation
Modernisation promises enormous potential: from better performance, improved security and quality through to development of new business ideas. New methods also open the door to more efficient creation of business processes and development of new services.
The experts at bbv know how to quickly identify the potential that can be leveraged from rapidly changing expectations on the part of business and users, introduce improvements and therefore drive modernisation in a way that continuous adaptation occurs flawlessly.
Modernise or relaunch?
If quality or stability issues are holding back software or user guidance is lagging behind development, then all the signs are pointing towards modernisation. Our specialists in the software modernisation team analyse your software fairly and openly and recommend gentle renovation or a modularised partial replacement. And sometimes a radical relaunch is not only necessary but also more favourable going forward than any piecemeal solution.
We get to the root of your software
If the speed of development is becoming increasingly slower or is even based on out-of-date technology, modernisation is imminent. Different procedure models come into play here. Minimally invasive refactoring looks at those components that need to be adapted anyway; if the renovation relates to the architecture, reuse of functional blocks is certainly an option. A relaunch ultimately opens the door to quality assurance measures, which ensure consistent functionality during the transformation. Depending on the result of the assessments, bbv software engineers show you how you can optimally restructure and optimise your company software.
Modernisation of a cloud-based business application
The project management software “proles” was first developed 15 years ago and has been enhanced continually. bbv helped the customer to upgrade to the latest technologies and supported the development of new functions and the introduction of agile development processes. The software was modularised for this purpose to ready it for the future.Success Story
Christian Königsdorfer, Manager and Co-Owner of proles solutions ag
We called on bbv to help us implement future innovations faster in our software. The cooperation with bbv was top class – both technically and personally.
Efficient new B2B webshop for SAG with 250,000 items
Search intuitively, find quickly: The new B2B webshop impresses customers thanks to good user experience and supports streamlined logistics for SAG. An international team enabled implementation as a best-shoring solution with consistent agile project management. bbv provided support for scrum project management, UX design, BI and test management.Success Story
Booklet: Usability, user experience and user-centred design
Users of computers and mobile devices today expect them to be simple, clear and comprehensible to use. They have to be designed with the user in mind and correspond to established and familiar operating concepts. This approx. 70-page booklet explains bbv’s approach to developing products, which are effortless to use and gain the approval of users.Booklet
Poster on service meshes in microservice architectures
Service meshes generate a network abstraction for container-based applications and services in order to simplify their management. bbv’s DIN A2 poster explains the architecture of service meshes, highlights their popular features and looks especially at the topics of security, traffic management, telemetry and reliability.Poster
Workshops Software Modernisation
Software modernisation: With the right strategy into the future
Software modernisation promises enormous potential: from increasing performance, improving security and quality to developing new business ideas.Publication
Internet of Things: Recognising the opportunities of the IoT
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a prime example of an interdisciplinary domain, where the proper mix of experience, process and mindset is much more than a sum of individual parts.Publication
Booklet: Usability, user experience and user-centred design
Users of computers and mobile devices today expect them to be simple, clear and comprehensible to use. They have to be designed with the user in mind and correspond to established and familiar operating concepts. This approx. 70-page booklet explains bbv’s approach to developing products, which are effortless to use and gain the approval of users.Publication
Poster on the topic of application lifecycle management
Software products and services are changing constantly and have to be maintained. Application lifecycle management places this aspect centre stage. This BBV poster graphically illustrates all ALM processes concisely and compares features and tool categories in table form.Publication
Poster of success factors in change management
The printable poster in PDF format “Success factors in change management” from bbv shows what is needed when it comes to major changes in companies and how these changes can be implemented successfully. It lists seven aspects and illustrates them in a clearly laid out diagram based on the analogy of a supertanker.Publication
Agile software modernisation in the publishing sector
Open, flexible and fit for the future: bbv supported mms solutions ag in modernising its publishing systems. The new and attractive solution offers customers of mms solutions a greater choice of services for modern multi-channel communication and is optimally equipped for future enhancements.Publication
Practical cheat sheet on clean architecture principles and methods
A software architecture includes the higher-level structure of a software system, the discipline to create such structures and the documentation of these structures. It describes all components and relations. The cheat sheet helps to construct such architectures with more than 15 thematic lists and a total of more than 90 tips.Publication
Practical cheat sheet for quality assurance in software development
A number of different aspects have to be considered to ensure that the best possible quality can be achieved in software development. The clearly laid out and densely packed 2-page cheat sheet offers developers specific notes, tips and rules in nine different sections on how to make as few errors as possible in development projects.Publication