CeBIT 2015 - Between 15 and 20 March, we presented our latest developments with a focus on SNAG-View, OTRS and i.doit .
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Bike to work
This year two teams from Sector Nord AG are partaking in the anual campaign "bike to work". We are trying to make biking to work as enjoyable as possible by providing our staff with the possibility to shower and change at work.
As a company we cannot guarantee that our employees stay dry when taking the bike, but we can make sure their bikes do, with our new innovative hydraulic bike shelters.
To further motivate our staff to use only two wheels, we offer all our employees the opportunity to lease a new company bike with JobRad at a reduced cost and as a healthy alternative to carbon fueled transportation.
Red Hat, the world's leading provider of open source solutions, has appointed Sector Nord AG as its new ISV Advanced Partner. Sector Nord AG offers cross-industry approaches for customised open source-based enterprise solutions. The main product at Sector Nord is SNAG-View, a monitoring tool which includes holistic and cost-effective, heterogeneous infrastructures and thus enables the intelligent combination of various open source projects.
Dear Madam, Dear Sir,
We would like to express our thanks all visitors of the SNAG-View workshop 2014 at the Hotel Hafen Hamburg!
In this year too, large numbers of visitors took the opportunity to learn more about our current service portfolio and our new developments. The workshop once again provided the perfect forum to network directly with us and our customers.
This year too, a trainee from Sector Nord AG took his final IHK examinations. Despite reducing the apprenticeship period to only two years application developer Gabriel Jülke (first from left) followed the high standards of SECTOR NORD AG and concluded his training with the top grade of "Very Good".
This year too, four brave runners set off to tackle the 12-km course around Lake Bad Zwischenahn. The competitors this year were, Udo Stachowiak, Matthias Bouws, Martin Haubold and Andre Randel.