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“The wiki is part of our corporate culture”

At the time of its expansion, the Berlin based event management company “NIKKUS” introduced a BlueSpice MediaWiki in 2012. Among other things the central knowledge repository features central questions about the company, process flows and tips and tricks for new staff members. The wiki enjoys a high level of acceptance among employees and saves a lot of precious time.

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Exploiting the full potential of a MediaWiki

As an internationally operating company in the segments of construction, technology and service the Max Bögl group of companies is relying on a BlueSpice MediaWiki from Hallo Welt! GmbH. The goal: professional knowledge management and – in the long term – a deeper integration of wiki-potentials into the software landscape of the enterprise.

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Migrating data to BlueSpice MediaWiki

In short interviews with our employees we illuminate aspects and questions of our daily work with BlueSpice and our customers. This article deals with the topic of data migration. An Interview with Robert Vogel, Team Lead Product and Software Development at Hallo Welt! GmbH. Continue Reading

Landau Media Office Berlin
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A repository brimming with knowledge and potential for development

Landau Media GmbH & Co KG have been using a BlueSpice MediaWiki from Hallo Welt! GmbH for over ten years. It provides the specialists in media monitoring not only an important tool for documenting processes, but also a comprehensive reference work.

When asked what significant advantages the BlueSpice MediaWiki has contributed, Anke Przybilla proclaims its “incalculable time-saving”. Przybilla is a qualified librarian and wiki coordinator for Landau Media GmbH & Co KG. The company has been providing a comprehensive service in media monitoring for more than twenty years.  Their team of about 280 professionals takes care of about 10,000 customers, mainly media agencies and the companies’ press departments. “We make sure that the right newspapers are on board,” explains Przybilla.

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