Most organizations today are digitally mature and expect their CIOs to drive and accelerate innovation and use data analytics to expand the customer base and predict relevant trends. It is a significant shift for CIOs, who have traditionally only focused on efficiently managing systems, improving service levels to users, and reducing operational costs.
BearingPoint has tailored its services to help CIOs in their expanded role as drivers of innovation. Our experienced technology experts help envision, plan, and execute the journey to IT excellence for sustainable business advantages. We help you transform your business so that it is prepared for the newest challenges in the industry.
Our experts show you how to leverage IT-as-a-Service to optimize costs – not just how to migrate to the cloud. Learn how to exploit AI to unburden jobs through automation and minimize human error beyond narrowly focused cost-cutting, and reinforce agility in IT governance and software development. See whether your organization’s data privacy and cybersecurity can face sophisticated attacks and how you can smartly leverage technology to overcome disruptive developments in the market.
We integrate perspectives, challenges, and requirements from both IT and business, addressing IT transformation and architecture as well as cloud computing and software engineering and quality assurance.
Moreover, we advise business leaders on business enablement and innovation by guiding them through cutting-edge technology trends such as data analytics & AI and cybersecurity to find the best approach for their organization.
Beyond generic IT know-how, we provide expertise in business applications offered by the leading software suppliers.
BearingPoint’s Technology experts keep you up with the newest trends in IT, from strategy, implementation, and transformation to infrastructure and sourcing.
The world’s first computer program was written by Ada Lovelace in 1843. And the term ‘software engineer’ was coined by Margaret Hamilton, who also happened to be the woman responsible for the software that landed Apollo 11 safely on the moon. In fact the history of tech is studded by brilliant women. Yet just 26% of today’s tech workforce is female. So what’s going wrong, why does it matter, and what can we do about it?
Different types of virtualization are used as abstractions of different physical IT resources such as servers, desktops, databases, storage, networks and services. For software development as well as IT operation the aim of virtualization is to foster flexibility, efficiency and agility while reducing the overall IT expenses.
Worldwide it is estimated that there are over 6.6 billion smartphone users, and the mobile app industry is thriving – around 90% of mobile device usage is devoted to apps. This insight focuses on the quality assurance of mobile applications and outlines why automated mobile testing-as-a-service (AMTaaS) is considered a game changer for mobile app quality assurance.
BearingPoint supported Burkina Faso’s Ministry of Finance and KfW in improving the management of donor funds by implementing a blockchain-based solution for better planning and greater transparency of projects.
Burkina Faso's Ministry of Finance and KfW joined forces to improve the donor funds’ management. With BearingPoint’s help, the two organizations implemented SIGFE, a blockchain-based solution allowing better planning and full transparency of projects.