IT&I No. 32 – These future-oriented topics await you

The 32nd issue of our specialist magazine “Informationstechnologie und Immobilien” (IT&I) is due to be published in October. Our dedicated editorial team turned their attention to numerous topics of the future. Treat yourself to a little sneak peek and quickly subscribe now!

We already placed innovative topics of the future at the forefront of our OpenPromos User Forum on Air. As a reliable partner, we have always accompanied our customers over the long term and in the coming years we will continue doing our utmost to seek out the most useful technologies for you and create concrete application scenarios. Now the latest issue of IT&I is also looking to the future.

Interviews with digitisation experts

As CEO of PROMOS, key visionary and tone-setter for the company, in the autumn issue of IT&I Jens Kramer talks about the future of the platform concept, what he views as a good networking strategy and which expectations customers have for digitisation projects. He answers questions about where our current path is leading and which benefits specific digital solutions will bring for customers and users. We also had the opportunity to conduct an exclusive interview with Thomas Felgenhauer, Managing Director of HOWOGE Wohnungsbaugesellschaft mbH. In our “7 questions for” section, he explains how digital his company is at present, why the relocation of the company headquarters played a key role in the company’s digitisation, and how the digital infrastructure at HOWOGE contributes to its growth strategy. You definitely shouldn’t miss this exciting insider knowledge from the business!

What will the working world of tomorrow look like?

We asked ourselves this question and, in examining it, looked at both external conditions and future ways of working. A year and a half ago, the coronavirus pandemic abruptly changed all of our lives. In the meantime, it has become clear that this will also have long-term effects on how we interact and, above all, on our working world. Until recently, co-working spaces were almost exclusively the domain of creative types and digital nomads; now, the flexible concept is becoming increasingly more popular thanks to hybrid ways of working that combine “digital” and “on-site”. We outline the benefits and present the idea behind this based on concrete examples. And in which other ways will our working lives change? New technologies will increasingly make their way into daily business. For example, thanks to a chatbot function, the property managers of the future will simply have their Fiori® Launchpad complete key tasks independently by means of voice control. What is already possible today and how does it work? Subscribe now and find out all about it in the upcoming issue of our IT&I!

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