OZG 2.0 and register modernization: Our focus at Digital State 2023
It is one of the most important events for digital transformation in Germany: the "Digital State". This year, the congress will take place on April 25 and 26 in Berlin's Congress Centrum under the motto "The state in transformation: This is where the administration of tomorrow is being created". Numerous participants from public administration will discuss trends and developments in the field of digital administration. In various specialist forums and discussion panels, they will have the opportunity to show where the digital future has already arrived in everyday life today.
Interview mgm Quality Team: “Quality assurance has undergone remarkable holistic development.”
In recent years, quality assurance processes have been continuously improved and optimized. Together with the mgm Quality Team, we take a look behind the scenes of this development.
Comment: Industrial insurance needs stable software partners for reliable digitization
About the parallels between the industries of industrial insurance and enterprise software development, and how mgm has been offering a stable software solution for industrial business for 17 years with mgm Cosmo.
Deepdive A12 End-to-End Test Automation
This article provides an introduction to model-driven, end-to-end testing of enterprise applications and a technical deep dive into the A12 test automation toolchain.
OZG Cloud: Digital Blueprint for Municipalities from Schleswig-Holstein
The OZG Cloud, commissioned by the state of Schleswig-Holstein and the IT-Verbund Schleswig-Holstein (ITV.SH) and developed under open source license, offers municipalities the possibility to process applications from online services independently. The application is developed as an EfA solution and can be used and thus reused throughout Germany. The first pilot projects in other German states have already started.
Master thesis: Potential analysis of software development with low code platforms in public administration
This master's thesis examines the potential of low-code platforms for software development in public administration. For this purpose, an empirical study was conducted on the basis of expert interviews in order to identify the advantages, prerequisites and challenges of the use of low code platforms. The analysis is based on the example of the low code platform A12 from mgm technology partners and its relevance in the context of OZG implementation.
Quality assurance in long-lived, complex enterprise software
Software bugs can cost millions and bring a company to a complete standstill. To prevent this from happening, it is important to develop secure, stable, and high-quality business applications - and to do so through quality assurance that is anchored in the entire software development process from the very beginning.
FAQ: Collective settlements (Bordereau) in industrial insurance
This FAQ answers frequently asked questions about collective settlements respectively collective lists of premiums between market partners in industrial insurance. What is a bordereau? And how can the complex process of collective settlements be automated for insurers, brokers and MGAs?
For which industrial insurers and industrial brokers is the BiPRO intermediary settlement interesting?
Settlement processes between insurers and brokers are among the more complex processes in industrial insurance. Premiums, brokerage fees and claims payments are usually not settled individually among each other, but in collective settlements carried out on a monthly or quarterly basis. Insurers and brokers use the terms bordero, agent or insurer collection settlement or brokerage or commission settlement in this context. Tax settlement also frequently falls within this range of topics, as payment flows between the end customer, broker and risk carrier must also be settled here.
eGovernment Computing Readers’ Choice: mgm again wins the platinum award
At the top of the podium for the second time in a row: Again in 2022, the Readers' Choice Platinum Award in the "Consultant" category goes to mgm. The winners in the ten categories were officially announced yesterday evening at the festive awards ceremony in Berlin. For seven years now, the "Readers' Choice Awards" have been announced by the trade magazine eGovernment Computing of Vogel IT-Medien.