Innovative B2B online marketplace for construction materials

bbv developed an all-in-one solution for direct business in the construction industry in collaboration with cubotoo. The result is a fully digitalised trading platform without any media discontinuity, which includes a negotiation function and optimised user experience.

More than AI: These are the key IT trends for 2024

Security, data strategies and artificial intelligence: These three topics rank highly on bbv’s Technica Radar for 2024. In this interview, Marco Ravicini and Patrick Labud from the CTO Board discuss “AI-as-a-colleague”, theft of customer data and the impact of the EU’s Cyber Resilience Act on Swiss SMEs.

“Good ideas are our raw material”

Alan Ettlin has been COO of bbv Software Services since April 2024. Who is the 46-year-old Lucerne native, who once dreamed of becoming the “world’s best programmer”? We caught up with him to find out.

Digital patient journey for SPZ thanks to new app

bbv developed an app for the Swiss Paraplegic Centre (SPZ) in Nottwil in collaboration with heyPatient. Enriched with custom developments, the app manages appointments, helps with patient onboarding and supports navigation around the campus.

Innovative web solution visualises symptoms

bbv developed a web solution for the start-up Klenico that visualises psychological complaints and supports specialists in diagnosing illnesses and adapting therapies accordingly.

Safe and trouble-free cable car operation

SisControl provides operators of cable cars in ski resorts with access to the latest data and forecasts for their systems so that they can react quickly to disruptions and capacity issues. bbv developed the comprehensive IoT platform together with Sisag.

Event organisation with blockchain

bbv developed an innovative software solution for event orchestration together with Event Token AG with benefits for organisers and end customers. It can be uses as a blockchain-based digital wallet, as an admission ticket and for on-site communication.

Say goodbye to tired eyes – with short lines of code

Short lines of code should be best practice. They reduce errors and make developers more efficient. However, they are not practised in every project. This is shown by bbv expert David Christen’s encounter with a 460-character monster.

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