„Engineering an innovation requires free thinking.“ pm_u
Peter May
Management hpc
„In a successfull team everybody can rely on the others to 100%.“ u_ah
Anatol Heinrich
Management hpc
„The racing line is not the shortest, but the most intelligent road to success.“ u_hpwk
Hanspeter Weber-Kury
Management hpc
Custom Software for Austria’s Federal Sport Academies (Bundessportakademien)

Following an order by the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy, hpcs developer team created custom software to be employed at all four Federal Sport Academy subsidiaries. The objective was to unify the existing system landscape and increase the efficiency of day-to-day operations. Following a situation analysis and a requirements assessment, the first phase of the multistage project was completed in close cooperation with the principal, subsequently receiving approval.
Apart from the system requirements assessment, a frictionless cross-subsidiary business process was developed that took into account customer requirements and upheld hpc’s commitment to quality, with the intent to optimise and simplify the principal’s day-to-day operational routine.
The software developed by hpc offers the formerly autocratic Federal Sport Academies individual opportunities to work together more closely in order to ensure the transfer and preservation of knowledge without delay or detours.

We are already looking forward to the next stages of the project!
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