Home Authors Posts by mgm-Redaktion
Since July 2020, the "E-Bill in Bavaria" service has been live on the Internet. Now the service has been awarded the certificate "BITV-compliant" after a thorough examination according to the Barrier-Free Information Technology Ordinance (BITV). mgm technology partners realised it as a technical service provider on behalf of the Bavarian State Ministry of Digital Affairs.
The barrier-free use of internet offers is not a matter of course. People with physical or cognitive disabilities regularly experience difficulties online, both in their private lives and at work. Therefore, public administration services in particular play a pioneering role in making the Internet as accessible as possible. We explain what this means here.
Since 2018, the autumn conference of the NEGZ (National E-Government Competence Centre e.V.) has been held as part of the bitkom "Smart Country Convention". This year's event was the same, but like most other events it was digital & remote. mgm was present with three contributions.
Many private consumers have long since taken out their insurance policies via the well-known online comparison portals such as Check24 and Verivox. Now the relevance of such online marketplaces is also becoming increasingly important for commercial insurance policies. Small businesses in particular are already taking advantage of the opportunities.
With the digitalisation in the insurance industry, there will also be an update of professions. In future, underwriters at insurers and customer or specialist advisors at brokers will have to have more IT skills than in the past. To enable them to work efficiently and successfully, low-code solutions are a possible answer.
A second place - yet great joy at the Bavarian State Office for Taxes (BayLfSt): The "modular corporate account based on ELSTER" of the BayLfSt won silver in the category "Best project for implementing the online access act" at the eGovernment competition 2020.
For some months now, various calls for an open source offensive have been heard in connection with the digital sovereignty of Germany and the OZG. Our colleague Janos Standt has written down some thoughts and information on this in a LinkedIn article.
mgm and the Munich-based IT development company eForce21 GmbH merge. mgm takes over 100 percent of the shares of eForce21, which initially remains as a company. It will be integrated into mgm in the medium term and will continue as the 17th mgm location "Munich South".
Joseph Sigona details the engineering choices underlying grocery store price tags. He explains why grocers often struggle to manage all their pricing inputs, why...
Was hat der Strommarkt von morgen mit Amazon zu tun? Eine ganze Menge – Usability und Kundenzentrierung entscheiden auch im Energiesektor über Erfolg und Misserfolg in der Zukunft.