„Information Technology is not an end in itself!“

With its Bestshoring concept, birkle IT AG combines profound digital expertise from the Baltic States with the proven agile process structures of a German medium-sized IT service provider to implement cutting-edge solutions for customers. In this interview, Thomas Fraenzke, Member of the Executive Board, explains how birkle IT AG differs from other market players, how the company intends to develop in the coming year and how to ask the right questions to get to the core problem.

The digitization mission of birkle IT AG

Wirtschaftsforum: Mr Fraenzke, birkle IT AG’s mission is: “We digitalize companies”. Where exactly do you start?

Thomas Fraenzke: There are many companies that offer digitalization solutions. However, the key difference lies in how we at birkle IT AG ultimately provide these services. With our Bestshoring model, we consistently rely on the established digitalization expertise from the Baltic region, the innovation hub in Europe. Our branches in Tallinn, Estonia and Vilnius, Lithuania are staffed by highly specialized specialists whose extensive expertise we combine with the established process know-how of our German company in correspondingly agile organizational structures, enabling us to quickly present tangible results in short development cycles and create real added value.

We support our customers both within the scope of classic staff augmentation and through comprehensive solution engineering – i.e. the outsourcing of all or part of the software development project – but we are also happy to provide entire dedicated teams if required, which assume responsibility for the entire scope of the solution in question.

IT always goes hand in hand with a specific business need


Wirtschaftsforum: How exactly does birkle IT AG approach a digitalization project?

Thomas Fraenzke: You have to realize that IT is not an end in itself, but must always satisfy a specific business need. Let’s look at an example from the insurance segment: in the event of a specific claim, the end customer would ideally like to simply upload their invoice and then be reimbursed the amount – simply entering their insurance or account number or answering any queries actually makes the process unnecessarily complex. Whether the insurance company handles its claims management with the help of AI or whether it is only partially automated is of little importance to the end customer: they want the process to be as simple as possible – and the insurance company wants a lean, high-performance, reliable, low-maintenance and affordable IT infrastructure. But you have to think about this from the end and therefore ask the right questions at the very beginning of the project to avoid missing the mark.

We don’t want to get carried away, we want to focus

Wirtschaftsforum: Many companies now have a jungle of different IT systems – doesn’t that make your day-to-day work much more difficult than it used to be?

Thomas Fraenzke: Here too, the right questions are worth their weight in gold – because then you get the right answers and can anticipate many pitfalls at an early stage and, at best, avoid them. In an initial ideation workshop, we therefore take a detailed look at the complexity that the customer already has and where we can make a meaningful contribution to reducing it effectively. At the same time, the many unique solutions that have been implemented in practice in a wide variety of use cases are a real treasure trove of possibilities that can also provide sustainable benefits in other application contexts. For example, some companies specialize exclusively in contract conclusion procedures, while others concentrate on invoicing procedures. birkle IT AG orchestrates these various processes and different areas from start to finish in order to create a standardized digital solution for the end customer.


Wirtschaftsforum: Can this multitude of possible solutions not overwhelm a provider the size of birkle IT AG?

Thomas Fraenzke:

A digitization expert does not have to be able to present a perfect solution for every business need, but in case of doubt, only know who can provide it in order to offer the client – like the end customer – an optimal end-to-end experience. This gives us a clear picture of the future direction of our offering: We don’t want to get bogged down, we want to focus – particularly on our logistics and insurance sectors, where we can build on established expertise and have convincing showcases. In an incremental process, we will certainly expand our network and IT partnerships over the next few years and invest in even more in-depth internal expertise in order to become one of the top players among digitalization companies in certain subject areas and other sectors.

Wirtschaftsforum: After 30 years in the industry, what prompted you to join the Management Board of birkle IT AG at the beginning of January 2024?

Thomas Fraenzke: I am attracted by the interdisciplinary, customer-oriented approach and the opportunity to open up personal and professional growth opportunities for all employees in our company. This is the irreplaceable core of birkle IT AG and an important basis for our further development.

Read the whole interview on wirtschaftsforum.de

why birkle IT

big enough to deliver, small enough to care!

With locations in Lithuania and Estonia, we bring the undisputed pioneers and
market leaders in digital infrastructure to our customers.

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Why the Baltics? Learning from the innovation champion

Volker Wissing is planning the German-Baltic Innovation Club – we have been active in the Baltic States for 7 years. Read our blog to find out why the Baltic states are digitalization champions and what we can learn from them.

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Marco Spielmann

CEO birkle IT Estonia OÜ


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Dr. Kestutis Bagdonavicius

CEO birkle IT Lithuania UAB


Estonian-Bavarian economic cooperation at the vbw in Munich

In February, Eduard Ralph, Head of Consulting birkle IT AG, was invited to a productive roundtable discussion on Estonian-Bavarian business cooperation hosted by the Bavarian Business Association (vbw). It was an honor to meet Lauri Hussar, Speaker of the Estonian Parliament, Roomet Sõrmus, Economic Diplomat at the Estonian Embassy in Berlin, and Andres Sutt, MP, former Minister of Entrepreneurship and Information Technology of the Estonian Government, at this event.

Expansion of German-Baltic business relations

Andres Sutt (left), Eduard Ralph (middle), and Roomet Sõrmus (right)

Dr. Christof Prechtl, Deputy Managing Director of vbw (Vereinigung der Bayerischen Wirtschaft e.V.), welcomed the participants and moderated the exciting discussions.

The aim of the round table was to explore opportunities for cooperation between Estonian and Bavarian companies, focusing on key areas such as digitalization, energy transition and the defence industry.

The vbw-Vereinigung der Bayerischen Wirtschaft e. V. is the voluntary, cross-industry interest group of the Bavarian economy. It represents the interests of the Bavarian economy and supports the industry with its expertise and experience, partners and networks as well as with its projects, programs and comprehensive range of services.

Exponentiating the birkle IT AG Bestshoring concept

Eduard Ralph actively participated in the discussion by highlighting the Estonian-Bavarian economic cooperation by demonstrating our bestshoring model. The exchange underlined the considerable opportunities for improving trade and economic relations between Estonia and Bavaria and pointed out clear paths for future cooperation.

Our Bestshoring project promise

For us at birkle IT, Bestshoring means bringing together international experts in permanent teams to implement efficient corporate and company projects in the IT environment. Nearshoring in the Baltic States is primarily a technological advantage.
In line with our philosophy: “Big enough to deliver, small enough to care”, this means delivering an excellent, high-quality service in our daily work and at the same time placing a special focus on close customer relationships and customer loyalty.

Digital minister Wissing calls for an Innovationsclub

The current Federal Minister for Digital Affairs and Transport in Germany, Dr. Volker Wissing (FDP), also visited the Baltic States last year to learn about the outstanding digital pioneering role of the Baltic states. Particular attention was paid to the area of digitalization within society and the promotion of bilateral cooperation. Impressed by the end-to-end digitalization of these countries, he launched the “Innovation Club” initiative and met with the leaders of the Baltic countries shortly afterwards:

Why the Baltics? Learning from the innovation champion

Volker Wissing is planning the German-Baltic Innovation Club – we have been active in the Baltic States for 7 years. Read our blog to find out why the Baltic states are digitalization champions and what we can learn from them.

Read More

why birkle IT

big enough to deliver, small enough to care!

With locations in Lithuania and Estonia, we bring the undisputed pioneers and
market leaders in digital infrastructure to our customers.

All About Bestshoring

Contact your Bestshoring

Marco Spielmann

CEO birkle IT Estonia OÜ


Contact your Bestshoring

Dr. Kestutis Bagdonavicius

CEO birkle IT Lithuania UAB


Innovative power from the Baltic States – Why we work with Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia

The current Federal Minister for Digital Affairs and Transport in Germany, Dr. Volker Wissing (FDP), visited the Baltic States last year to learn about the outstanding digital pioneering role of the Baltic states. Particular attention was paid to the area of digitalization within society and the promotion of bilateral cooperation.

We at birkle IT have been focusing on intensive collaboration with the Baltic States since 2017, and for good reason:

Comprehensive collaboration planned

The current Federal Minister for Digital Affairs and Transport in Germany, Dr. Volker Wissing (FDP), visited the Baltic States last year to learn about the outstanding digital pioneering role of the Baltic states. Particular attention was paid to the area of digitalization within society and the promotion of bilateral cooperation.

Impressed by the end-to-end digitalization of these countries, he launched the initiative called “Innovation Club” and shortly afterwards met with the leaders of the Baltic countries: Aušrinė Armonaitė (right in the picture), Minister of Economy and Innovation of Lithuania, Inga Bērziņa (2nd from right), Minister of Environmental Protection and Regional Development of Latvia and Tiit Riisalo (left in the picture), Minister of Economy and Information Technology of Estonia.

The cooperation partners then presented a 9-point paper for further cooperation on the fringes of the “AI as an innovation driver for Europe” conference.

According to the paper, the Baltic experts are to help Germany implement nationwide internet expansion, IT innovation projects, the digitalization of authorities and public institutions and other relevant projects. The cooperation is to be expanded in terms of both business and industry as well as public law.

As birkle IT AG, we have been relying on the expertise and experience of Baltic specialists since 2017, one year after our foundation, and have developed a very close cooperation with our locations in the Baltic States. The interdisciplinary teams not only extend to the project teams, but are also used in the back office on a daily basis. For example, 50 percent of our marketing team consists of colleagues based in Germany and 50 percent of employees from our Estonian subsidiary birkle IT Estonia OÜ. Our Talent Acquisition team consists of colleagues from Germany as well as from Estonia and Lithuania: (from left: Kadi Niggulis from Tallinn, Nicole Andres from Düsseldorf, Christina Mimiyiannis from Berlin, Mira Dobi from Tallinn. Not in the picture: Global Head of Talent Acquisition David Fricke from Munich and Julija Kulesova from Vilnius).

In this article, we would like to show why we create an ideal environment for innovation by combining technical experts from different cultural backgrounds.

Estonia – Cooperation with the “hidden champion” of the EU

Estonia is considered the most digitized European country and is an absolute pioneer when it comes to digital infrastructure. Yet the country is initially inconspicuous on the map:

Estonia has an area of around 45,000 square kilometers, making it roughly the same size as Denmark or the Netherlands. It is the smallest of the Baltic states in terms of area. Like Latvia and Lithuania, it has been part of the European Union since 2004. With a population of around 1.3 million, Estonia can be described as rather sparsely populated. By comparison, the city of Munich has around 1.5 million inhabitants. Nevertheless, Estonia, with its capital Tallinn, has an impressive economic performance and an indisputable lead in technology. If purchasing power parity and the number of inhabitants are statistically added to the gross domestic product of 36 billion euros, Estonia is the 39th richest country in the world.

How did the Estonians create this situation?

Estonia became independent in 1991 after the collapse of the Soviet Union. For a long time, Estonia was under different rulers. With independence, which is celebrated every year on February 24, a great sense of community and proud patriotism emerged in Estonia, which is characterized by a great openness. Estonia is one of the few countries that make it possible to set up a company there with an electronic identity – a so-called e-residency.

The almost 100% digitalization of public administration has made this possible. With an income tax burden of around 10 percent, Estonia is increasingly attractive for young “digital nomads”. Added to this is Estonia’s excellent education system – Estonian students regularly prove their pioneering role in the PISA study. Estonia’s simple bureaucracy, high tech affinity and lack of fear of technology mean that an above-average number of start-ups are founded in Estonia. Skype is just one of the many unicorns whose software was written by developers from Estonia.

All of this contributes to the implementation expertise of our Estonian Innovation Hubs, which gives our customer projects a decisive advantage. As an EU member state, Estonia is bound by all regulations that are important for the D-A-CH economic area, such as the General Data Protection Regulation.

Undisputed fintech hub: Lithuania as the second success story

Programmers' Day Lithuania
“Programmer’s Day” at birkle IT Lithuania in Vilnius

from left to right: Andzej Cernevic, Aivaras Ruzveltas, Julija Kulesova, Aiste Petkeviciene, Dr. Kestutis Bagdonavicius, Justinas Indrasius, Lukas Liudvinacius

Lithuania, with its capital Vilnius, is another country of superlatives. According to The Fintech Landscape Lithuania 2022-2023 report, Lithuania alone is home to 263 fintech companies. With a combination of accessible regulation, digital administration and infrastructure, Lithuania has everything the fintech industry needs. Lithuania does not have to hide behind Estonia when it comes to digitalization. On the contrary – Estonia and Lithuania are competing in terms of internet coverage. Lithuania currently leads with a total coverage of 78.2 % against Estonia with 73.4 %. Lithuania can therefore even call itself the world leader when it comes to the Internet, whereas Estonia is clearly ahead when it comes to the digitalization of administration.

Our Fintec hub in Vilnius is an important part of the bestshoring service model. The local experts at birkle IT AG, such as business analysts, project managers and lead developers, work directly with the development teams at our Innovation Hub in the Baltic states – onshoring and nearshoring from a single source. This enables us to offer our DACH customers optimal, individually tailored solutions from the Baltic States.

Our colleagues in Vilnius celebrated “Programmer’s Day”. The diversity within the team is also evident here: Lithuanian programmers develop software solutions for major companies in the DACH region.

Latvia: A petri dish of technology with a perfect mobile network

Latvia has not yet made as many headlines as Estonia and Lithuania, but with its capital Riga and 2 million inhabitants, it is also a digitalization partner that should not be underestimated.

Latvia has an astonishing 99% mobile coverage (4G) and is therefore suitable as a digital testing ground for technologies that rely on mobile communications. For example, the development of delivery drones and the resulting infrastructure is in full swing in Latvia.

How can D-A-CH companies benefit from the Baltic States?

German politicians have recognized the potential of the Baltic region and are trying to promote cooperation extensively. For example, there are many networking events and institutions such as the German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce, which brings companies together with partners in the Baltic States.

If you too would like to work with the Baltic superpower, birkle IT AG will provide you with comprehensive access to our innovation hubs in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania and relevant contacts* in the respective tech scene.

We are looking forward to work with you!

*Transparency note: Dr. Kestutis Bagdonavicius – CEO of birkle IT Lithuania and Latvia – is Vice-President of the German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce (AHK).


Dr. Kestutis Bagdonavicius

CEO birkle Lithuania UAB


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How to find your cloud computing provider

An interview with our cloud expert Eduard Ralph.

Cloud computing is catching on

Cloud computing has been a hot topic since 2010, and since Covid 19 at the latest, most companies worldwide have been relying on cloud computing providers, mostly hyperscalers. Cloud is more than just storing data on other people’s computers or reducing costs by taking advantage of scaling effects. Cloud computing allows the “bite-sized portioning and payment” of computer services, reduces the entry barrier for companies to operate a professional IT infrastructure and transfers many administrative and non-value-adding tasks to the service provider. But which provider is the right one? What do I need to consider when introducing cloud computing in the corporate environment? And how does the migration of company processes to the cloud work?

Cloud computing providers: Which ones are out there?

A distinction is made between the “hyperscalers” – Amazon (AWS), Microsoft (Azure) and Google (GCP) – as well as niche and regional providers such as Alibaba Cloud in China or IBM and SAP’s Business Technology Platform. While there were various predecessor approaches in the early 2000s, the era of cloud computing began with the provision of Amazon’s Simple Storage Services (S3) under the inconspicuous name Amazon Web Services in 2006. To this day, Amazon Web Services remains the market leader among cloud providers, on which Netflix and Dropbox, for example, manage their data. Microsoft officially began in 2010 with the Windows Azure Platform, which was later renamed Microsoft Azure and is now the number 2 and is particularly popular with companies. Google, the last of the three hyperscalers, reached “general availability” in November 2011 and today manages petabytes of data from companies such as TikTok, Spotify and Apple. Over the past 20 years, a whole host of services have emerged around the cloud approach that offer much more than just data storage. As a company, you are now faced with the question:

Which provider is the right one for me if I go to the cloud now? What requirements do I need to meet? What do I need to look out for?

We asked Eduard Ralph – Head of Consulting at birkle IT to clarify these topics:

Quo Vadis : What is the current status of cloud computing in companies?

For a long time, German companies in particular were very reluctant to consider cloud computing. Legal and organizational uncertainty as well as an exclusive focus on quick cost savings were at the forefront of considerations for a long time. At the end of the 2010s, after cloud offerings reached an ever higher level of maturity, legal security was created with the introduction of GDPR and hyperscalers introduced local data centers, the use of the cloud picked up significantly. With the pandemic at the latest, the cloud became an unavoidable topic for every CIO. Large companies lacked the necessary network capacity to provide all employees with essential IT services at the same time, while smaller companies lacked the necessary expertise to secure such access. In light of the changed economic situation, more and more companies are now using cloud services in an attempt to achieve greater efficiency and cost savings.

What should companies look out for when choosing a cloud computing provider?

The implementation of a cloud strategy has several dimensions that you should pay attention to


  • Obtaining cloud services means a change in the company’s IT blueprint. Important data may now be stored outside the company network. A “my company network is my castle” defense no longer works and I have to deal with new security concepts. At the same time, I should choose a provider that can come up with well thought-out security concepts and proactively supports its customers in positioning themselves better.


  • Choosing a cloud provider means a big change for the organization: for IT, as its tasks and support options change, and for the business department, which now has to get to grips with the feature set of the software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution offered by the cloud provider. You should therefore choose a provider that offers good, active support and a certain consistency in the feature set.


  • Many companies are now pursuing a multi-vendor cloud strategy, i.e. tasks are distributed across more than just one vendor – typically 2 or 3. This allows individual price advantages to be achieved, especially for larger purchase volumes.

All 3 of the hyperscalers have special features that set them apart. In addition to Azure services for development and infrastructure, Microsoft offers Office 365, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution in which I can obtain Microsoft Office virtually from the socket. Amazon impresses with its broad support of the developer community, while Google stands out above all for its price and simplicity. Based on the requirements, I would recommend opting for 1 or 2 of the hyperscalers and adding SaaS solutions in individual cases.

As a company, can I rely on the current cloud providers? Or
should I wait for the EU Cloud?

In principle, hyperscalers are also good providers for companies in the EU. Due to the many localized data centers, the legal framework and the agreement between the USA and the EU, which will be renewed in 2023, you should not be limited by location considerations when thinking about using cloud services. There are also a number of providers from the EU that offer cloud services, such as Hetzner, Leaf Cloud, Scaleway and Stackit from Schwarz IT. In many cases, these are former server hosters that focus on core services in the Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) sector and have adapted their operating interfaces to the new trend and are more cost-effective.

The disadvantage of these providers is that the choice of services is limited – for example, the AI services from Microsoft and Google are of course only offered via their cloud – and the providers have less “reach”, i.e. the infrastructure is sometimes only located in Europe or the network connection is poor in some regions. This is why such providers are out of the question for large corporations and even if you are not active worldwide, you need to check carefully whether the profile suits you. If the location or the reduced range of services are not an obstacle, using such a provider can be a sensible addition to the vendor mix.

If you think about birkle’s previous cloud projects – which project approach has proven successful for companies when choosing and migrating to cloud computing providers?

Customers often want to achieve the cost benefits as quickly as possible – then everything is ruthlessly shifted to the cloud in a rush and you are then surprised at the bill from the provider: instead of cost savings, you suddenly pay more. If you think about it carefully, it’s no wonder: you’re not only paying for your own IT with its data center and employees, which you still need, but now you’re also paying for part of the cloud provider. Success comes when you take a precise inventory of the “cloud suitability” of your IT landscape. Some systems can be replaced by SaaS solutions and thus become more cost-effective, some solutions can be more cost-effective or business-enhancing (new features, higher availability, etc.) through the migration or use of cloud services and some I have to keep on-premise one way or another due to regulation or technical restrictions.

The most successful companies have always been those that have proceeded with a sense of proportion and step by step: those that have not overwhelmed their own organization with the many technical and organizational changes and have not only looked at short-term cost savings, but have also understood that an investment was necessary.

Thank you very much for the interview!

Eduard Ralph – Cloud Computing Expert at birkle IT

With more than 20 years of IT experience, birkle Head of
Consulting Eduard Ralph is an accomplished solution architect and cloud expert who has a proven record of successfully managed complex, cross-national software projects in various industries. Through his professional
positions as IT Consultant, Delivery Quality Lead and eight years in the Solution Architecture Management at Microsoft, he has seen everything from very large to very small setups.
Therefore he comes up with a 365-degree knowledge around cloud and edge computing for companies.

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Bestshoring – the strategy that combines German quality with an Estonian innovative mindset

IT offshoring has been a common trend for the DACH and Scandinavian companies for years. Yet, the growing demand for the quality of IT services and the speed of development has led companies to look for even better solutions.

So how does one find the talent, resources, and cost structure that will enable companies to stay competitive in the current economy? The answer is bestshoring.

Why did birkle IT choose bestshoring from Estonia and why should you?

Although Estonia is a comparatively small country, it is one of the most digitally advanced and innovative countries in Europe and the world. It offers a high startup density and a large pool of highly qualified IT experts in high demand due to their experience and Scandinavian work mentality.

For us, additional decisive factors for choosing Estonia were the proximity to our client base, the recognized educational institutions, a talented workforce, as well as a similar cultural background.

We have been operating our nearshore location in Estonia’s capital Tallinn starting from May 2017. Today, our nearshore team is a vital part of our concept. With bestshoring, we have been able to meet the growing demand for unique talent, quality, and competitive pricing.

How does bestshoring work and what bestshoring strategy is birkle IT pursuing?

Bestshoring is a level up from the traditional outsourcing model. We provide our clients with a tailored mix of local onshore experts (business analysts, project managers, senior developers, etc.) who work as the key enabler between the client’s needs and our development teams in Tallinn. This combination offers the best of both worlds to our clients from the DACH region and Scandinavia.

To enhance client-oriented development even further, we are offering different bestshoring sets depending on the needs and opportunities of our clients.

We help the client understand which model suits their company’s needs and draft the plan that will meet their expectations.

Contact us today with your bestshoring request – we have a range of suitable concepts for you and will be happy to advise you.

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Wählen Sie ein Entwicklungsteam nach Ihren Bedürfnissen

Bestshoring geht einen Schritt weiter als das traditionelle Outsourcing-Modell.Wir stellen unseren Kunden eine maßgeschneiderte Mischung aus lokalen Onshore-Experten zur Verfügung, die als zentrale Vermittler zwischen den Bedürfnissen des Kunden und unseren Nearshore-Entwicklungsteams in Tallinn arbeiten.


Die Expertenteams bestehen aus Senior Business Analysten, IT-Architekten und Entwicklern mit ausgeprägtem Branchen-Know-how, die eine umfassende Digitalisierung mit hohem Mehrwert für den Kunden liefern können.

Hybrides Team

Hybride Teams mit hoher Expertise in Business-Analyse und Software-Entwicklung helfen unseren Kunden, ihr Geschäft ganzheitlich zu digitalisieren.


Nearshore-Teams sind sehr flexibel und skalierbar. Diese Teams unterstützen in erster Linie die IT-Abteilungen unserer Kunden bei ihren täglichen IT-Aufgaben.

Die Mentalität von birkle IT und den Teams

Wir stehen für eine Mischung aus Innovation und einer bodenständigen Arbeitsmentalität und liefern beste Qualität bei exzellenter Umsetzung.

Unser Ziel ist es, Unternehmen, ihre Systeme und ihr Management durch Projektgeschäft und KI-basierte Softwareentwicklung, kombiniert mit spezifischem Branchen-Know-how aus Deutschland und Estland, zu modernisieren und so einen messbaren Mehrwert für unsere Kunden zu schaffen.

Darüber hinaus ist die Einhaltung von Vielfalt und Gleichberechtigung eine der wichtigsten Aufgaben bei birkle IT. Unser Ziel ist es, Vielfalt und Chancengleichheit bei unseren Kunden, Partnern, Mitarbeitern und Bewerbern durch eine enge Zusammenarbeit unserer Standorte in Deutschland, Estland und Litauen kontinuierlich zu fördern.

Aus diesem Grund beschäftigen wir Menschen aus den verschiedensten Teilen der Welt, unterschiedlichen Alters und Geschlechts. Jeder hat bei birkle IT die gleichen Chancen, unabhängig von Alter, Nationalität, Geschlecht oder sexueller Orientierung.

Mit unserer Version von Bestshoring, bei der wir Länder, Nationen und Kulturen zusammen bringen, glauben wir, dass wir unseren Kunden unschätzbare Vorteile bieten können, die ihnen wirklich helfen, ihr Geschäft zu digitalisieren, zu erweitern und auf ein neues Niveau zu bringen.

Wenn Sie darüber nachdenken, Ihre Wettbewerbsfähigkeit auf dem Markt zu erhöhen, ihre Prozesse auf Vordermann zu bringen oder Ihre Dienstleistungen zu digitalisieren – nehmen Sie Kontakt mit uns auf!

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birkle IT ist ein IT-Beratungs- und Softwareentwicklungsunternehmen, das hauptsächlich in der DACH-Region, den nordischen Ländern und dem Baltikum tätig ist. Das Unternehmen beschäftigt über 165 Spezialisten, die innovative Lösungen für führende Unternehmen der Branche entwickeln. birkle IT ist spezialisiert auf Beratung und maßgeschneiderte Softwarelösungen für Unternehmen. Wir stellen etablierten Unternehmen und Start-ups sofort skalierbare Teams aus erfahrenen Entwicklern zur Verfügung, damit sie ihre Projekte schneller und mit modernster Technologie umsetzen können.

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