12. May 2021
We live in an increasingly engineered world – in the digital age. But we operate business models, as if we were still in the industrial age – with linear growth. Many of you know about the exponential growth of hardware performance also expressed in Moore's Law. Even on the Top500-List of the most powerful HPC clusters, there are now increasingly commercial applications. In addition, low-code and no-code platforms are finding their way into areas outside of pure software development. This enables fast and flexible application possibilities - without programming skills.
28. April 2021
Every time we approach the top management of a new prospect to talk about IT, technology or the currently very prominent subject of digital transformation, we have to retrace several steps in the evolutionary history of IT before we can engage our client in a meaningful conversation about their IT strategy. It has become a bit of a running gag how far back we have to get in the history of IT.
31. October 2020
Payments processing is not just with COVID-19 becoming increasingly digital and we wonder what it needs to make digital payments happen in urban environments as well, not just for the sake of health safety but also for ease of use and the exploration of new business models arising with digital footprints being left in any interaction.
28. October 2020
When we deal with new customer prospects for the first time, our initial approach is quite similar to the traditional interpretation of financial KPIs and this is exactly where problems begin: this approach is intended for companies that have emerged from the Industrial Age and thus, does not reflect the value drivers of the Information Age i.e. data become an asset that actually has no maturity and, unlike machines, their intrinsic value can even increase over time if created through network effects.
7. October 2020
For our first LD7 Talk we’ve asked our Executive Partner Maria about her thoughts on how to break our addictive hold of normality.
9. September 2020
Our Executive Partner Janet will lead the Urban Mobility Council of the EUTEC Chamber and will help to create a shared vision for the sustainable development of #mobility and the #city. One of her main areas of focus is to help bridge the gap between #technologies, companies, administrations, #entrepreneurs, research institutions and others to promote a dialogue to co-create urban solutions for the world we live in.
3. September 2020
We are incredibly proud that our Executive Partner, Maria Jose Perea Marquez has been appointed as Council Chair for Digitalization of the EUTEC Chamber, this is another testament for our values! We are excited to call attention on this visionary think-tank and on Marias inspiring ideas and visions she is going to share.
31. August 2020
From a “silo-ed” city to a livable urban environment with affordable digital services. Find out more about our digital urban ecosystem.
29. July 2020
We are incredibly proud that our MD Axel Holle has been appointed as German Chapter Board Member of the EUTEC Chamber, this is also a testament for our values. We can't wait to shape the future of European tech, together
16. July 2020
We are absolutely thrilled about our new advocacy for the EUTEC Chamber. We are eager to support the ambition of the EUTEC, to enable European businesses using their technologies for the benefit of Europe and humanity.
10. March 2020
Have a look at LD7s take-aways and structured playbook for corporate transformation journeys. Technological advances have always impacted on the way companies run their business. In the industrial age, organizations were successful if they understood how command and control chains, together with highly efficient manufacturing processes, led to predictable business growth in well-known market development cycles. Creating economic value for shareholders and owners was of utmost importance and was quite often pursued as a short-term objective.