BusinessCode in the HomeOffice: Our colleague Goetz van Rissenbeck provides some useful tips.
CEO Martin Schulze presents the successor model at the nomination for the established regional small and medium-sized enterprise award
Hellmann and BusinessCode develop new tracking tool for sea freight: Smart Ocean
BusinessCode supported the Bonn-based qualification run for mountain and ultra marathons KoBoLT
The next milestone is now the regulation of company succession. With this, the company is entering the race for the “Ludwig 2020”.
Save the date!
Our CEO Martin Schulze was in charge of the organisation at the 42nd International Youth Meeting of the SSF in Bonn. BusinessCode is the official sponsor of the SSF.
On 03 November, the Bonn-based software company BusinessCode celebrates its 20th anniversary.
Java Runtime has recently been licensed by Oracle for a fee. There is also a free version: OpenJDK. Our colleague Eugen Plischke has dealt with the conversion in more detail and has written down his experiences.
CEO Martin Schulze looks back in the event held by the manager lounge in Frankfurt with speaker Andreas Mundt, President of the Bundeskartellamt from Bonn.
Oleg Bayer started as a working student and intern at BusinessCode and is now a software developer and permanent team member.
The support of popular and competitive sports is particularly close to the heart of Bonn-based software company BusinessCode. The IT service provider is now expanding its social commitment in this area and, together with the SSF, forms a strong team.
A contribution to Fridays for Future and the Climate Change Discussion.
BusinessCode offers company bicycles to employees.
For employee Michael Knümann and his children, the visit to Gamescom was the perfect end to their vacation.
Our employee Harald Wagener has been a passionate photographer for decades. For BusinessCode he created his own pictures with reference to Bonn.
IT for future. BusinessCode tries to motivate children and young people to become enthusiastic about IT and to familiarize them with MINT professions.
By becoming a member of the WISSENschaf(f)t SPASS association, the Bonn-based IT service provider brings applied IT closer to schoolchildren during their school days and at the same time draws attention to the Bonn Museum.