Working at Systematic Bucharest
What is it like to be part of a community where everybody supports your growth? We asked this question to our two systemates Patricia Burlea and Gheorghe Cazacu, who are both working at our office in Bucharest in the Defence department. Patricia has been working as a Systems Engineer for almost two years, whereas Gheorghe joined Systematic as a Senior Systems Engineer one year ago, when the pandem
Working at Systematic Cologne
Why join an international software company like Systematic? We asked this question to our two systemates Christoph Pauls and Peter Hedderley, who are both working at our German office in Cologne. Christoph has been working as Senior Solution Architect for almost 6 years, whereas Peter just recently joined Systematic as an Architect for System Implementation.
A culture of mutual trust and collaboration
We have a strong focus on our organizational culture in Systematic, which might be a Nordic particularity, a culture where nothing is more important than our colleagues. We are one team and we trust each other.
Why working at Systematic matters
Systematic’s best practices and values aren’t just a nice set of sentences written on a wall, they’re alive, part of every employee activity. This is important as people become valuable in more than one place once they get introduced to this way of working.
From military officer to solutions architect
Ralf Rüther worked as an officer in The Bundeswehr for many years before joining Systematic as a Domain Advisor. Now he is a Solutions Architect working at our office in Cologne, Germany, and because of his professional background, he can make better solutions for our customers.
You’ve got to run the risk of becoming unpopular
The road to developing a successful IT solution is often filled with detours, U-turns and complex questions. In this blog post Senior Business Consultant, Lene Alhed Augustenborg, explains how she has realised that you sometimes need to make yourself unpopular to ensure that the customer end up with a solution that creates real business value for real people.
I code to make a difference – at work and in my spare time
In my free time, I try to raise more awareness about dyslexia by creating some suitable writing, reading and mathematics exercises. The desire to help others has never changed, which is why I was so excited to join Systematic.
Business as usual in an unusual time
It took us only three days to design and implement the best solutions for maintaining business continuity during the COVID-19 lockdown. And the key factors behind this achievement? Anticipating the situation and our employees’ sense of ownership and responsibility.
How to hold good online meetings
Covid-19 forces us to do many things differently. Physical meetings are currently replaced with video conferences. As a global company videoconferencing is an integrated part of the way we work. In this blog post, Lead System Engineer, Jan Reher, and Senior System Engineer, Anne Vinter Ratzer, share tips on how to get the most out of your video meetings.
Creativity is hard work
In this blogpost anthropologist Kasper Pape Helligsøe reflects on how creativity and innovation can be understood in a team-based context. The thoughts have arisen as a result of his research project based on field studies at Systematic and the professional handball club Bjerringbro-Silkeborg (BSH).
Merete stepped off the treadmill and went to New Zealand to work: "It's mom's turn"
When Merete Overby travelled to New Zealand in July 2019, shortly after celebrating her silver wedding anniversary, it was to realise a long-held dream of working and living in another country.
The problem with it systems acquired through public procurement
For two decades, Aapo Koski, who is employed in Systematic’s Finland office, has worked with critical information systems. At the suggestion of a friend, he decided to make use of the knowledge, he has acquired through the years and write a PhD about the main problems inherent in IT systems acquired through public procurements.