Jens Löcke has been advising customers on the subject of the Modern Digital Workplace in his role as a Senior Consultant and Systems Engineer. He supports his customers in the areas of desktop and application virtualisation.
"Our customers are tired of countless online meetings via Teams, Cisco or Zoom - so we are now taking them into the virtual world," promised Richard Einstmann, Managing Director of the Bechtle IT system house in Karlsruhe at the end of 2020. He definitely didn't promise too much. At the exclusive kick-off event of the VR Business Club Southern Germany on 24 February, the team managed to combine the feeling of personal presence with all the advantages of digital communication.
On 1 December 2020, the Bechtle GmbH IT system house Dortmund opens a branch office in the university town of Siegen. Here, employees and those who want to become employees can expect completely redesigned, state-of-the-art office space.
After four years of learning about virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) technologies from a scientific perspective as part of my doctorate, one thing was clear to me: now I want to promote the use of AR/VR in practice. At the Bechtle IT System House in Karlsruhe, my focus in the Modern Workplace division is therefore on these two technologies. In joint discussions, I help companies to use the technologies efficiently and profitably so that they offer added value for their processes and employees.
The Bechtle IT System House Dortmund/Meschede is one of 14 Bechtle locations in North Rhine-Westphalia, the economic leader of Germany’s federal states. Its regional presence and customer proximity, combined with the solid support of Bechtle AG’s central services and solutions specialists, make the system house an attractive partner for its customers. It also features a leading-edge demo centre to acquaint customers with the latest in storage, security and virtualisation solutions.
Germany is a land of digital dinosaurs—a source of shame for Achim Berg, president of the country’s largest digital association, Bitkom, who didn’t mince words in his keynote at Bechtle Competence Day 2020. In his brutally honest analysis of the state of digitalisation in administration, businesses and in our private lives, Achim Berg stresses how digitalisation is a matter for each and every one of us. Find out why Germany has been struggling to find enough IT experts for the last 25 years, what key elements exemplify digital expertise and why now is the perfect time to invest in digital skills and infrastructures.
From the analogue world to a purely digital business model, OTTO is a shining example of how digital transformation pays off. Dr Michael Müller-Wünsch, Chief Information Officer (CIO), discusses how New Work concepts and technology interact and which other factors are essential for a company to change holistically at Bechtle Competence Day 2020.
With its noticeable footprint in the region and backed by the power of a cross-regional organisation, Bechtle in Dortmund/Meschede is a future-oriented IT partner for both public-sector and commercial businesses.
After studying business administration with a focus on event, trade fair and congress management, I have been working in marketing and event management at the Bechtle IT system house in Karlsruhe since 2019. My focus here is on the organisation and management of marketing-specific topics for our Digital.Work.Place Karlsruhe. The topic Modern Workplace is in the foreground and there is always exciting content and products to discover.
Sven Heinsen has been with Bechtle Systemhaus Holding AG since November 2019 and is responsible for Service Business Development and is Business Manager for Bechtle solutions. His passion for solutions, services and digitalisation has led him to hold many management positions including at avodaq, IBM, Dimension Data and Ramboll Management Consulting at Bechtle AG. He is a co-initiator of the Digital Leader Award that has been recognising pioneers and trailblazers of digitalisation since 2016, the winners’ leadership skills demonstrating not only how to succeed in digital transformation, but how it can be further driven forward.
Tassilo Bergander has been working as a Solution Architect in the Business Development team at the Bechtle IT System House Bonn/Cologne since 2019. For over 15 years, his focus has been on consulting and designing customer-specific solutions in the areas of virtualisation, cloud and agile workspaces with the manufacturers Citrix, Microsoft and VMware.