Successfully realizing Digitization Projects – with competence, experience and Low-Code

We see ourselves as a specialist for customized application solutions. We develop all kinds of database applications and combined GIS/attribute data applications as individual digital solutions that are tailored directly to your specific needs. Our innovations are based on our proven Low-Code technology that allows us or our partner companies to develop complex and comprehensive application solutions entirely or almost entirely without any manual programming, in other words, with 100% code generation. Configuration instead of programming.

Karsten Noack appointed spokesman for SIBB's Forum "Digital Platforms + Technologies"

As a proven expert in the specialist topics of the SIBB Forum "Digital Platforms + Technologies", Karsten Noack has been appointed spokesman for the years 2019 and 2020.

SIBB e.V. is the association of the IT and Internet industry in Berlin and Brandenburg and represents the interests of its members in politics and society.

Article at it-boy.net blog

Our fishery IT project of the Federal Agency for Agriculture and Food is presented at it-boy.net. The article underlines that our Low-Code technology with its "Factor 10" efficiency also works in large-scale projects.

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Austrian COMPUTERWELT on large-scale Low-Code projects and "Factor 10"

The online edition of the Austrian COMPUTERWELT reports on our successful project in the field of fishery IT and makes clear that Low-Code technology and "Factor 10" regarding the efficiency of software development do not only work with small and medium-sized projects, but are also suitable for large-scale projects.

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Karsten Noack speaks at Creditreform Magazine

Creditreform Magazine, Handelsblatt Media Group's business magazine, reports in the current issue and on its homepageon on the advantages of Low-code platforms. Our managing director Karsten Noack is quoted in the article "Easy programming" as follows: "Two years of development time by a central IT system are no longer up-to-date".

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First information event for software and system companies in January

In addition to our First Friday event series, which is aimed at interested parties for individual software solutions, an information event for software and system companies will take place for the first time on 18th January, 2019. In addition to presenting the Low-Code platform SCOPELAND and its various application scenarios, sales partnerships will also be on the agenda. We look forward to your participation.

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SCOPELAND classified as accelerator in Low-Code Platform Survey

As part of the survey 'Crisp Vendor Universe - Workplace & Mobility' by the IT research and consulting firm Crisp Research, Scopeland Technology was classified as an accelerator in the area of '(Mobile) Low-Code Develpoment Platform'.

Scopeland Technology thus underscores its position as one of the leading providers of Low-Code platforms.

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Scopeland project presented in survey by Bitkom and McKinsey

On 21 November 2018, a joint survey by Bitkom and McKinsey on "Smart Government - How public administration can use data intelligently" was presented at Smart Country Convention. Ten international success stories were selected for the survey, which analysed, among other things, how citizens and public authorities can reduce the cost of administrative services by more than half. The fisheries IT project we implemented for the Federal Agency for Agriculture and Food was the only project from Germany to be selected.

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Book presentation at INTERGEO 2018

The book "Environmental Data Management - A Geo-Inspiration" published by Heino Rudolf last week was presented at INTERGEO in Frankfurt. It includes  a contribution to SCOPELAND on GIS. The book is available at the Bernhard Harzer Verlag.

SCOPELAND is featured in "Environmental Data Management – A Geo-Inspiration"

The book "Environmental Data Management - A Geo-Inspiration" by the renowned author Heino Rudolf has been published. SCOPELAND is also mentioned extensively, as our Low-Code technology also makes us experts in the field of map services and geo-related functions of all kinds.

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"Grand Challenges" by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

From 15 to 18 October 2018, the World Health Summit 2018 will take place in Berlin, where Global Health experts from all over the world will come together. Among the hosts will be the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The aim is to accelerate the implementation of innovations in order to tackle the most urgent global health and development problems. Our CEO Karsten Noack will also be a guest at the Grand Challenges Annual Conference together with Dr. Anne Pohlmann from the Friedrich Loeffler Institute to present the DetekiVir research project, which was realized in SCOPELAND.

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Karsten Noack speaker at Smart Country Convention

From 20 to 22 November 2018, the digital industry association Bitkom will be hosting the new congress trade fair for the digitization of cities, districts and municipalities for the first time. Karsten Noack will speak at the special event "Digital Office Conference" on 22 November: "Low-Code technology as the key to digitization in the specialist areas of large companies and administrative institutions".

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What is Embedded GIS? At t2informatik we explain it

In the age of digitization, users' expectations are changing. The combination of physical and geodata processing in an application is becoming more and more natural - just as it is known from Google Maps and various apps with geo-function. However, this is not so easy to implement for database applications, as Karsten Noack explains in t2informatik.

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Article "Three process models for Low-Code projects" at computerwoche.de

Low-Code technologies enable software developers and users to work together directly. In practice, three different process models are available for Low-Code projects. Karsten Noack explains at computerwoche.de the advantages and disadvantages of Scrum, the Waterfall Model and the phase-agile process model and what is meant by the “Always-Tuesdays-Principle”. (Photo: computerwoche.de)

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Digitized specialized method for effective fisheries control

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The EU Fisheries Control Regulation obliges every member state to set up databases and carry out extensive automated plausibility checks. With the new Fisheries Information Technology (FIT) implemented by Scopeland Technology at the Federal Agency for Agriculture and Food, all landing, sea and visual inspections of federal and state control units are now integrated. (Photo: BLE)

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"We want you!": First Friday in September

Please come in: On September 7, 2018 we invite interested parties to Berlin-Waidmannslust from 10:00 to 14:00 and present our exciting Low-Code technology. The young man in the photo will also give an interesting lecture and can report on successfully completed database projects. We are looking forward to meet you.

 

Contact

Dirk Kotala-Wilhelm

Scopeland Technology GmbH

Head of Sales and Customer Support

 +49 30 209 670 - 123
 dkotala-wilhelm@scopeland.de

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