After the clock struck twelve on the night of 31st of December 2020, the sigh of relief could be heard all around the world. Soon, however, the initial new-year enthusiasm faded away. We all realized that the “new normal” is still a part of our everyday lives and that there’s still a long road ahead before we return to the old normal.
For the needs of MKB Bank, CROZ has successfully installed and configured IBM UrbanCode Deploy software, which is a part of IBM’s DevOps portfolio.
At the end of 2014, Adriatic Slovenica insurance (AS) and CROZ started a project of creating a portal for natural persons – AS clients.
SKB uses the Alfresco system for document storage, so the CROZ team developed an integration of the portlet for searching web content with the Alfresco system, as well as an integration of the Liferay repository with Alfresco.
Through its Managed Services offering, CROZ took over the tasks of maintaining, upgrading and proactively improving IBM Jazz platform.
For many years now, we have been helping our strategic partner CSI Ltd extend their portfolio and provide a greater range of top quality services to their clients in the UK.
Complex, large, agile, transparent, secure. All under one cap – OPEN. Open Banking can be done only with a large amount of trust implemented in organizational and technical aspects and a right set of team members.
BP3 looks to CROZ in their large implementations when they need a trusted delivery partner to fill the gaps or bring additional skills to the project.
Over the years Prolifics recognized CROZ as a trusted partner. What started as staff augmentation has grown into a high trust relationship.
ARS and CROZ have been providing complex IT services for the German market utilizing a wide range of tools and methodologies together for more than a decade.
“Culture eats strategy for breakfast” is a famous and powerful statement from Peter Drucker and today, more and more organizations are becoming aware of the importance that culture plays in change initiatives.
At some point, I firmly decided not to be a developer as I found the repetitive chunks of code that kept popping up pretty tedious, even for me. That’s when it dawned on me that there is this whole other aspect of IT in the background, i.e. the support for all the code that gets churned out daily. So, I went into the search for a job where I would work with stuff code runs on instead of working on the code. Luckily the folks at CROZ were just starting up a summer internship for, among others, systems engineers.