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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.
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...
It all started out with a vocational training in wholesale and foreign trade management followed by a permanent position in Cisco product management. Find out why Megan decided to train in the IT sector, how she has fared at Bechtle over the years and which tasks she took on in this blog.
Maintaining an overview, quickly finding solutions and keeping a cool head are just some of a Cloud Service Manager’s skills.
Connectivity—not just a buzzword for Bechtle, but everyday life. Through our student retention programme, Be Connected, we stay in touch with committed students beyond their internship, working student job or thesis. After more than a year, we take stock and show our students’ first success stories.
Manon Smulders is a mother, a businesswoman and aims to empower people around her every day as she works with 14 countries. She speaks about her international role and explains why the topic of diversity is so close to her heart.
They bring the future to public administration: Tassilo Lorbiecki, 33 years old, E-Government Consultant in the Bechtle IT system house Regensburg/Munich. In this interview, Tassilo reveals what his daily work in the public sector is like, what skills he needs for his job, and what excites him about Bechtle.
Miles Wittenbrock started out at Bechtle Bielefeld 11 years ago as an intern—and laid the foundation stone of his career. Intern, traineeship, permanent position, expert status and now leader. Miles’ career could not have gone more smoothly. Today, the 31-year old is responsible for a seven-strong team in the Modern Workplace department. From day one a team player, he knows that honest and transparent relationships with colleagues is the way to success.
Despite taking a little while to find her way to IT, she has grown into an expert in her field. Marie-Luise Dander started her Bechtle career as a trainee in mid-2021 and works as an Account Manager in the field of emerging solutions.
Market analyses, expertise, contacts, knowledge transfer: What trainees do at Bechtle benefits everyone—and is cool. And that’s what counts.
Sabrina Engelhardt’s journey is characterised by change. Starting out as a vocational trainee, she now almost has her master’s degree—all while working at Bechtle. Over time, she has discovered her passion—working in marketing and developing campaigns.
Back in March 2020, as the COVID-19 lockdown was announced, many administrations and businesses were suddenly faced with the challenge of equipping their employees for working from home. Within a short time, the market had been stripped of IT equipment and many people learned to appreciate the value of used hardware. From a sustainability point of view, the spotlight has been increasingly turned on remarketing products, a topic we recently discussed with Alexander Thiele, Managing Director of Bechtle Remarketing GmbH in Wesel.
Larissa Förster works in the Bechtle AG’s central People Development department and is a specialist in leadership development. She is involved in numerous projects to offer employees opportunities to better develop their potential, which means she is constantly having the think outside the box. Her current focus is on new target groups and alternative career paths.
Vocational trainee position, dual-study programme, in-house and external training courses—there are so many ways to discover something new and grow, both personally and professionally. For Marie Wiethase, Account Manager, Bechtle Hanover, combining the job with training opportunities is typical. She has had several irons in the fire since 2017—and isn’t planning on cutting back any time soon.
Running 100 km. Not in a month or a week, but in 24 hours. That’s exactly what Sabrina Günther has done three times. Sabrina is ambitious and determined—and not just in sport. She doesn’t only work full time as a project manager, but is also doing a Masters in business psychology. In our interview, Sabrina Günther shares some insights into her personal and professional passions and reveals the motto she lives by.
A future-proof job—Dr Niharika Singh analyses logistics and supply chain processes according to ecological efficiency criteria. The basis of her work is the Bechtle Sustainability Strategy 2030. Always an issue: Making an impact.
Marc and Georg are currently in their fifth semester studying management and technology with a focus on digital technologies at the Technical University of Munich’s (TUM) Heilbronn campus. The pair have been writing their project work at Bechtle Digital Services since September with the aim of using digital data more efficiently. In this blog, they give us some insights into their work and their internship.
Discover the full potential of 3D printing for your business. Presented by SolidLine GmbH—a Bechtle Group company. Take part in our free online event on 4 November and discover the infinite possibilities of additive manufacturing using plastics and metals.
Toy manufacturer LEGO® created Serious Play® in the nineties in collaboration with the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) based in Lausanne in Switzerland. The methods used back then for strategy development were not yielding the expected results, so Lego’s then owner Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen was looking for new solutions.
From starting out at a high school in China to my CCIE Security certificate in 2019.
There’s a competition that’s all about IT, a topic I’m passionate about? Where do I sign up? This was my reaction when I first heard about SwissSkills two years ago. One thing was clear. A lot of hard work and skill were needed to get there.
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