Ecosystem

With whom we work

150 organizations are part of our ecosystem

Our network

Diversity is openness, exchange, inspiration, and the basis for success. Inside and beyond MaibornWolff. Over the decades, our ecosystem has grown. It now includes 150 organizations from business, science, technology, and society.

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Competitors

We are connected with IT service providers through two networks, although we offer the same services on the market. We work side by side on client projects, help each other out when there are capacity bottlenecks, or learn from each other, for example in matters of leadership or corporate organization.

Successful project work needs at least two ingredients: experienced people and proven methods – and solid trust between all parties. This is what distinguishes our partnership between BettercallPaul and MaibornWolff. In day-to-day project work and human interaction, there are no boundaries between our companies; we carry out projects in harmony and celebrate successes together.

Alexander Jost, Executive Board Member, BettercallPaul

MaibornWolff meets technology partners

Partner talk: MaibornWolff and Microsoft

Marco Pötke and Georg Pongracz on the introduction of Azure Synapse Analytics:
First the data strategy and then the tool.

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Technology partners

We make our clients’ new business models possible through extensible, maintainable, and resilient software. For the cloud, we seek strong allies, such as AWS or Microsoft.

As a top software development partner for Azure in Germany, Microsoft attests to our expertise in multiple Gold and Silver Competence Awards. We are the first German partner to have the “Kubernetes on Microsoft Azure Advanced Specialization”.

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Science

Ten percent of our employees are working students. We accompany them in their bachelor’s or master’s theses, opening up the connection between studies and professional practice.

We maintain a large network with universities and research institutions, such as the Software Innovation Campus Paderborn (SICP) or Fraunhofer.

MaibornWolff meets

Science

Ten percent of our employees are working students. We accompany them in their bachelor’s or master’s theses, opening up the connection between studies and professional practice.

We maintain a large network with universities and research institutions, such as the Software Innovation Campus Paderborn (SICP) or Fraunhofer.

An example from practice

RobIn4LeMi

The RobIn4LeMi research prpoject, “Robot-supported interaction systems for performance-transformed employees”, funded by the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, is looking for answers to the question: How can robots help people in production who are no longer as capable?

Under the direction of the Fraunhofer IGCV (Institute for Foundry, Composite and Processing Technology) in Augsburg, MaibornWolff is upgrading the workplace in assembly: With a robotic arm that hands over components or tools, with a camera that enables hand tracking, with gesture control, and with software that recognizes people’s emotional states. Other cooperation partners include the startups Tawny and Roboception as well as the Ulrich workshops in Augsburg and Schwabmünchen.

Albrecht Lottermoser, Fraunhofer

We are looking for an alternative that will allow them to stay in their jobs despite the restrictions. Technology is the key to this.

Albrecht Lottermoser, Project leader Fraunhofer IGCV 

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Society

Social responsibility starts with an understanding of partnership in our immediate environment: We ourselves need many service providers, from trainers to caterers to cleaners, in order to function as a company. We make a point of supporting small regional businesses or have recently made part of our office space available as storage for aid to Ukraine.

For us, social responsibility also means using our technological expertise to promote greater climate protection and a sustainable future.

Holger Wolff with Bavarian Family Minister Ulrike Scharf

An example from practice

Sciara

Together with and for the non-profit organization Sciara, we developed software that helps users understand the impact of their own behavior on climate change. Complex simulations based on current findings of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research visualize life on Earth in the year 2100. Some colleagues are being trained as Sciara Angels to playfully immerse themselves in the simulated future with interested groups in schools, universities, associations, and companies.

We are helping people understand the complexities of climate. We want to show as many people as possible ways to avert the worst consequences of the climate catastrophe.

Yannick Vornehm, Software Engineer at MaibornWolff

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