More successful together.
We love working partnerships
A partnership works when both parties benefit from it. When both sides pursue common goals. When the cooperation is defined and expectations are clarified. And, of course, when the quality of the results and the process of creating them are right. We are interested in such partnerships. Successful together – that is our wish.
“We offer partnerships in various forms and forms. Which kind of cooperation is suitable for you depends on how close and committed you would like to work with us. Let’s just talk to each other and see how we can work together.”
Of course partnerships and wishes are very different. Sometimes we are looking for companies with whom we can work together or for whom we can become active. Sometimes organisations are looking for companies like us, i.e. companies with a high level of technical expertise that can provide short-term support in the software development of a client.
Talk to us about your specific situation and we will look together how we can cooperate with you.
A selection of our partnerships
And what do partners say about our cooperation?
“COMPAREX AG needed support in the time-critical development of its Global Managed Services for cloud monitoring and security. This required the use of the latest methods and technologies, as frequent adaptations and extreme scalability were to be expected in the future. The cooperation with t2informatik started from the first discussions on how to envision this: High level of quality, know-how and commitment. We were able to successfully implement both the first proof-of-concept and the subsequent prototypes in close cooperation with t2informatik. We were always convinced by the constant search for new and more effective solutions and at the same time by the high quality of the code.”
“We were looking for a partner to help us coach a client’s development teams in developing single page web applications using HTML5/JS. With t2informatik we have found this partner. t2informatik has experts who not only master the required technologies, but also pass on their knowledge to others.”