Organizations in the world’s most crucial industries rely on us to keep their mission-critical activities running steadily and securely. Our solutions respond to your IT questions, but ultimately also provide answers for better business.
Yes, we’re an IT company and therefore talk a lot about technology. But ultimately, we provide solutions that respond to your business challenges. Our case studies show just how we do that while enabling you to generate greater, steadier value. That’s because at the end of the day, it’s your business and should be all about your business.
In the Netherlands, much like the rest of Europe, cash is a declining market. Consumers find digital payment means more convenient, safe, and sanitary. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated this trend, with so many people turning to digital transactions in daily life. Collecting, transporting, and depositing cash is also labor-intensive and contributes to the carbon emissions that many countries are trying to cut.
Institutions that offer financial services operate in a highly regulated market. While ensuring they take care of their clients’ assets, they must simultaneously adhere to constantly changing international security and compliance standards.
Data is becoming an essential part of the value proposition for more and more organizations. As a dedicated IT Business Partner, Schuberg Philis is always pursuing new ways to develop data-driven solutions. Our Lab271 team lets us stay on the cutting edge, helping to boost our customers’ business performance. CTO Roeland Kuipers and CIO Ilja Heitlager talk about the business-oriented innovations that Lab271 pursued for a global beer brand.
Utility companies in the Netherlands are experiencing growing pains as they face greater service demands and comply with global sustainability goals. How to best power homes and businesses is a puzzle-in-progress.
The COVID-19 pandemic caused a sea change in how the world mobilizes people, processes, and technology for the good of society. Wiser if not wearier since COVID, governments and their operating partners have learned a lot about the need for swift, scalable IT solutions to help the public deal with crises and prepare for future ones.