Customized Business Processes

for Public Administration at Federal, Regional, and Local Level

Public Administration

Digital specialist Applications for Federal, State and Local Government

The configurable SCOPELAND software platform provides a reliable and affordable way to develop customized business process software for public administration.

The core aim is to always bring complex and challenging development projects to a successful conclusion. It is not just a question of saving time and money. The important thing is to involve the responsible key users much more in the ongoing development work to ensure that the solution that is being developed really does meet the requirements of the users.

One of the keys to achieving this is to consistently implement the new methods provided by agile software development. What is needed is not just agile project management but also agile software technology, that is, a configurable software platform that can be used to assemble business process software efficiently from pre-built program functions – the solution is our SCOPELAND software.

Thanks to its wide distribution, SCOPELAND has now become one of the standard solutions used in public administration at the federal and regional level and, to some extent, at the local level. Configuration instead of programming, 100% code generation – this is the answer to the many problems that extensive programming projects generate time and again.

Streamlined concepts, if necessary, without a functional specification, agile or iterative prototyping, strict deadlines, and professional project management. That's how it works!

We, the company Scopeland, offer you the right software technology, combined with experience and industry expertise gained from implementing hundreds of business process solutions, for example, in the following areas:

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

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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.

Article on Low-Code at the blog "log in. berlin."

Karsten Noack explains on the blog of "log in. berlin.", which is committed to the IT and digital economy in Berlin, why currently no IT publication and IT event can avoid the trend topic of Low-Code and Low-Code Platforms, and what the "factor 10" is all about.

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Article about Low-Code and shadow IT at t2informatik

Low-code platforms supported and operated by central IT can help bring light to shadow IT. Therefore, Low-Code platforms should find a place in every company's IT strategy in order to advance its own digitization strategy.

An article by Karsten Noack at the t2informatik blog.

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Efficiency of low-code platforms is even greater than expected

A major project implemented with SCOPELAND was automatically generated to 99.2%. How well a Low-Code platform is suitable for professional applications depends largely on the amount of code that can be generated automatically. This is also the reason why US analysts Gartner and Forrester Research are predicting that Low-Code technology will play a major role in driving forward the upcoming digitization process.

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Steinbeis seminar "How to build custom-fit applications in the shortest possible time today?"

On October 17th, 2018, Scopeland Technology will be a guest at the Steinbeis House for Management and Technology (SHMT) in Stuttgart from 13:00 to 16:45 at the seminar "How to build custom-fit applications in the shortest possible time today?" and will participate with a lecture and live demo. The event deals with new technological approaches to software development with Low-Code development platforms.

First Friday in October in Bonn

On October 12th,  2018,  the next First Friday will take place at our location in Bonn. From 10:00 to 14:15, everything will revolve around our SCOPELAND platform, the Low-Code technology behind it, possible applications and successfully implemented projects. Geodata will also be on the agenda. We are looking forward to your visit in Bonn and to the exchange with you.

No Code / Low Code: Software without Developer?

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On 26.9.2018, Karsten Noack will give a lecture on "Low Code Platforms as the Key to the Digitization of Business Processes of Large Enterprises and Administrative Institutions" at the event "NoCode / LowCode: Software ohne Developer? of the Association of the Software, Information and Communication Industry in Berlin and Brandenburg (SIBB).

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We are prepared for Low-Code!

Currently, more and more providers are coming onto the market with new Low-Code platforms. But we will defend our strong position in professional application development and are well prepared. We have been using Low-Code since the 1990s, and SCOPELAND is the original!  

Blog by t2informatik: With Low-Code to factor 10

On the t2informatik blog, Karsten Noack explains what Low-Code platforms are and how they can be used to achieve a factor of 10 in database applications - ten times faster and ten times more agile with ten times better quality.

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Lecture at the ThinkTank "RETHINK IT" in Leipzig

In June, Karsten Noack was a guest at 2bAHEAD and gave an impulse lecture on "Low-Code No-Code Programming" at "RETHINK-IT - Die Zukunft von Interaktion im Unternehmen", the first ThinkTank especially for the IT sector. The thesis: Future computer systems will virtually program themselves.

 

First Friday in August

Our next First Friday will take place on August 3rd, 2018 from 10:00 to 14:00. Our experts from the various subject areas will introduce interested parties to the Low-Code platform SCOPELAND, show the manifold application possibilities of our efficient platform and present successfully implemented projects. The project management and process model of Scopeland Technology will not be neglected either. Our roof terrace is already open...

Successful “Zukunftskongress” in Berlin

At the Future Congress "State & Administration" on Alexanderplatz in Berlin, we presented ourselves with a best-practice lecture on "Low-Code platforms as the key to digitizing business processes of large companies and administrative institutions", including a live demo and a trade fair stand. We are satisfied and say "Until 2019 then".

How to manage the development of SCOPELAND applications?

Which is the right process model for customized database applications?

Some choose the waterfall model, while others go for SCRUM. Scopeland Technology chooses the phase-agile approach according to IPMA, which combines agility with predictability.

Download the White Paper Phase-Agile Approach

Contact

Dirk Kotala-Wilhelm

Scopeland Technology GmbH

Head of Sales and Customer Support

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

Selected Customers

Federal Office for Radiation Protection

Central Police Department - Police of Lower Saxony

Construction and Facility Management Saxony-Anhalt

Deutsche Dienststelle für die Benachrichtigung der nächsten Angehörigen von Gefallenen der ehemaligen deutschen Wehrmacht

Federal Environment Agency

Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources

Federal Institute for Risk Assessment

Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency

Federal Motor Transport Authority

Federal Office for Agriculture and Food

Federal State Office for Environmental Protection

Fire Brigade Hamburg

Free State of Bavaria (Zentrale Rückführungsstellen)

German Biomass Research Centre

German Institute for Structural Engineering

Joint Superior Aviation Authority of Berlin-Brandenburg

Landesaufnahmebehörde Niedersachsen

Landesinstitut für Arbeitsgestaltung NRW

Landesverwaltungsamt Berlin

Mess- und Eichwesen Niedersachen

Ministry of Economic and European Affairs of the State of Brandenburg

Ministry of Finance of the State of Brandenburg

Ministry of Infrastructure and Agriculture of the State of Brandenburg

Ministry of the Interior of the State of Brandenburg

Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Soziales, Gesundheit und Gleichstellung

Public enterprise of Construction and Facility Management

Regional Office for Environment and Geology of Thuringia

Saxon State Office for the Environment, Agriculture and Geology

Senate Department for Education, Youth and Research

Senate Department of Urban Development and Environment

Senate Department of Urban Development and Environment - Radiation measuring station Berlin

Staatsbetrieb Sächsische Informatik Dienste

State Office for Construction and Traffic

State office for Roadworks and Raod traffic Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

State Office for the Protection of Monuments and Sites

State Office of Environment, Health and Consumer Protection

State Office of Health and Social Affairs Berlin

Thuringian State Office for Archaeology and Preservation of Historical Monuments

Zentrale Ausländerbehörde des Landes Brandenburg