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We asked Sven Plöger, weatherman and popular face on German TV, to help us connect the dots between weather and climate.

What comes to mind when you think of Kiel? The sea, of course. The Kieler Förder inlet stretches for several kilometres into the heart of Schleswig-Holstein’s capital—home to luxurious cruise ships, majestic sailing boats, 250,000 inhabitants and Bechtle’s northernmost system house.

Pursuing a career is much more than leadership responsibilities. Larissa Förster from Leadership Development presents the new JuMP Expert programme.

On detours to IT: The path our two new colleagues Eric Weik and Jan Achtermann have taken to Bechtle is unusual.

Maintaining an overview, quickly finding solutions and keeping a cool head are just some of a Cloud Service Manager’s skills.

Blue Angel, GOTS, Fairtrade & CO.: Judging sustainable products by their seal. No matter the hardware, we’ve put together a list of the most important ecolabels.

Some 3,700 company vehicles currently make up Bechtle’s fleet in Germany. They clocked up a total of more than 55 million kilometres in 2021—some 30 million fewer than two years ago as online meetings have replaced many trips. The proportion of the fleet running on alternative fuels has continued to steadily rise—to currently more than 30 per cent. By the end of 2022, this should have grown to at least 40 per cent. Bechtle is committed to equipping itself with electric vehicles and reducing its consumption of fossil fuse as per its Mobility Strategy, and they want to make it easy for their employees.

25 years ago on 3 September 1997, James Napp’s Bechtle career began. In our interview, the Managing Director discusses the changes he’s experienced since then, his greatest influences, the moments he’ll cherish, and what the future holds for Bechtle UK.

After her dual study program at Bechtle, Alessa knew exactly what she wanted—to change and make things happen. This is just what she does in her job as a Business Development Manager. She develops concepts for the future and supports schools on their digitalisation journey. You just have to speak to Alessa to feel the passion she has for Bechtle, her job in the public sector and school digitalisation.

He never would have thought it, but his job is now making Hesse ready for the future: Stephan Moll is Head of Public Sector Sales at Bechtle Darmstadt, heading up a team of eight people and holding the reins of collaboration with public customers in west-central Germany. When he joined Bechtle in 2018, he hadn’t the faintest bit of IT expertise—instead, he had a special co-worker at his side from day one.

Freiburg is one of those places people always say is beautiful and where the sun always shines. In fact, it’s pretty easy to wax lyrical about Germany’s southernmost city and no other place comes close to Freiburg’s magnificent landscape and picturesque old town with its labyrinthine alleyways and happy, bicycling residents. What can we say? It’s true. Freiburg really is beautiful.

Hundred per cent performance in just six minutes. In wrestling, every second counts, which is something André Timofeev, Warehouse Logistics Expert at Bechtle Group headquarters in Neckarsulm knows only too well. The 26-year old came within touching distance of becoming German freestyle wrestling champion. After winning bronze in 2019 and silver in 2022, his eyes are very firmly on taking the gold.

For the second year in a row, Dell Technologies presented Bechtle with the Channel Services Delivery Excellence Award for EMEA.

They know exactly what they are doing: Friedrich Bizmer and Carina Kaiser from Bechtle Logistik & Service's product management team always get the best for their customers.

Katharina's mission— to get her customers and colleagues using Google Cloud technologies. What motivates her is her passion for IT and a strong will to bring about big change.

What is the best solution for my customer? This question is at the top of Petra Spiekermann’s agenda every day. As an IT Business Architect at Bechtle, the 47-year old is a crucial cog in the demanding and diverse world of intertwining business strategy and technology.

He was one of Bechtle Clouds first employees: Binjam Merhawi, 34 years old and IT business architect in the Expert Sales team. After four years in the company he can look back with pride on the growth of the cloud business and the Bechtle success story that he helped make happen as an active catalyst. Overall, the Frankfurter family man is fascinated by IT—except by one aspect of it...