we want to give you information about our company and services.
The main focus of our business activities is the development of individual software. schoenhammer software covers the complete software life cycle from planning, implementation and training, to maintenance and support of the installed software.
Since 1997 bit field technologie develops and maintains the TeMaS-Products . The increasingly intensive cooperation with our partners has resulted in a growth in our field of activity far beyond of this. So we decided to return to our original name schoenhammer software. But we continue to offer our tank farm related services under the name bit field technologie.
schoenhammer software / bit field technologie— a bit of history
Before starting the development of individual software we analyze the existing Open Source Software carefully. The adaption and integration of open source moduls can save a lot of work. This leads not only to shorter development times, but the fact that these moduls are installed many often already, means, that they are testet and proven to work reliably. We always can resort to the specialist support of our partners not only in software related matters but also in application-relevant issues. Please have a look to individual software -- do we need it still today? also.
Amongst others we offer consulting services for:
If you want to work with software professionally every day, you should also learn how to handle it!
We carry out workshops and seminars for our TeMaS products, Linux and other software (e.g. LibreOffice), so that:
On request, we offer you a maintenance contract for our software. This can also include a „hotline“ offer. The scope of this support offer should be defined in a personal interview.
1 main product COTAS – more than 50 installations eg. VEBA/ARAL, MOL (Hungary), GALP (Portugal) ↩
2 Development of Te.Ma.S – Software – “from scratch” – first installations for VEBA OEL ↩
3 continuing development of Te.Ma.S – Software – some dozens of installations from Finland to Portugal ↩
... because software matters