The Digital Division makes companies digital. Whether it is the cloud or IoT, we offer standardised and scalable sector solutions with the highest security standards to large customers and medium-sized companies. Our cross-sector know-how is complemented with a strong network of partners.
Standardised products allow us to react quickly, flexibly and cost-efficiently to the demands of markets. This allows us to guarantee the latest digital solutions. Our platforms are scalable and can be adapted to various requirements. We are aided in this by our experienced partners and our close, cross-disciplinary cooperation within the Deutsche Telekom group.
The cloud as a main driver of digitisation is relevant to every company, from medium-sized businesses to DAX-listed corporations. Cloud solutions for daily business are particularly strongly oriented towards security. We offer a wide range of multi-cloud ecosystems comprising secure German data centres with market leaders such as Microsoft, Cisco and Salesforce as partners. Furthermore, we have also launched our own public cloud product “Open Telekom Cloud” onto the market.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has long been more than just a vision: market researchers estimate that, by 2020, around 30 billion things – including lifts, cars and fridges – will be linked via the Internet. With solutions from the industrial Internet, companies can automate work processes, optimise supply chains with smart software and deploy their machines in a safe and efficient manner.
The cloud department of the Digital Division is led by Frank Strecker and Hans-Jürgen Rose and is intended to be expanded to a three-digit number of staff members. To help us, we are looking for the top talents on the market who would like to work in an agile environment. The cloud is the basis for many T-Systems products: solutions for the automobile, health and energy sector up to and including security and industry 4.0 products. That is why a good network with the other product units of T-Systems and an interface with the Telekom parent group are indispensable.
The cloud as a main driver of digitisation is relevant to every company, from medium-sized businesses to DAX-listed corporations. Unlike for end consumers, cloud solutions for daily business are particularly strongly oriented towards security, are high-performance, highly available and seamlessly integrated. In order to guarantee this consistently and thus to be able to fulfil every requirement, the Digital Division offers a wide multi-cloud ecosystem with market leaders such as Microsoft, Informatica and Salesforce as partners.
Furthermore, we have also launched our own public cloud product “Open Telekom Cloud” onto the market. It is a highly secure IaaS solution that uses our German data centres. Our cloud orchestration services enable us to make integration for our customers simple. Find out more...
Cross Industry & IoT Services
Everyone is talking about the Internet of Things (IoT). To give our customers an easy way into the IoT, the Digital Division has its own department that services these trends with innovative solutions on the market.
Digitisation will stop at nothing – networking of things of all kinds is moving through all industries and sectors. The Internet of Things is already part of our lives and can no longer be stopped: By 2020, it is expected that around 30 billion “things” around the world – including cars, fridges and lifts – will be linked via the network. Global competition, new customer channels and the impulse for more innovations mean that companies are faced with enormous challenges. In many sectors, a digital factory is beginning to take shape. With solutions from the industrial Internet, companies can automate work processes, optimise supply chains with smart software and deploy their machines in a safe and efficient manner. The basis for achieving this includes fast networks, powerful cloud platforms, reliable hardware devices and secure data analysis tools. We can offer everything from a single supplier and help companies of all sizes and in all sectors to implement their digital business models, to optimise both time and money and to increase their closeness to their own customers. Find out more...
In the Connected Mobility department, the connected vehicle is the focus of a dynamic and flexible mobility ecosystem. The Digital Division supports the automobile industry and mobility service providers with the digitisation of vehicle- and driver-specific processes and services. The Connected Mobility department is managed by Oliver Bahns.
The automobile sector is experiencing a distribution of its established business models and processes due to digitisation. The traffic on the information superhighway is increasing due to networked cars and the Internet of Things. The Connected Mobility department develops and operates the platform for all vehicle- and driver-specific online services for premium manufacturer Daimler – around the world and for millions of cars.
We address the large market in used vehicles with a white label platform for the digitisation of service processes in the after-sales market. This enables us to help the auto industry, dealers and service providers to establish direct contact with customers and to maintain it in the long term. With an integrated approach for towns, car park operators and drivers, an open platform for digital parking across Germany is taking shape. Find out more...
Dr. Axel Wehmeier
Deutsche Telekom Healthcare Solutions GmbH
Deutsche Telekom Healthcare and Security Solutions GmbH (DTHS) is a T-Systems subsidiary anchored in the Digital Division. Over 200 employees in Germany develop and market products for the health and security sector. The German health system has only just begun to digitalise and an immense amount of catching up is required. The German legislature has responded with the eHealth law that is intended to enable progress in telematics infrastructure. Over the coming years, an extra EUR 200 m is to be made available from an innovations fund for new forms of provision, which includes telemedicine. These new forms are the cornerstones on which the Digital Division and the DTHS have been focussing. One example is the paperless hospital. Our iMedOne Mobile® hospital information system exactly provides what customers have always wanted: the ability to work without paper along with improved data quality. Another example is the development of cloud structures for customers in the health sector. Clinics, laboratory service providers and statutory health insurers are already taking initial steps with us in this area. A massive market is opening up in which we are excellently positioned with our branch know-how and our cloud and security expertise. Find out more...
“Internet of Things is the focus topic of digitization. I am impressed that Digital Division is able to provide its customers the whole digitization range – from implementation of a pilot project to holistic consideration for developing new business models. It could not be more exciting! "
“I completed my cooperative study program at T-Systems in 2010 and have since then been a member of the T-family. We are among the few who have understood that you have to embark on the path to digitization together with your customers and have developed an entire portfolio for this purpose. That’s “warmth and security” for the customer!"
“The topic of digitization, Industry 4.0 and the cloud is revolutionizing entire markets and industry sectors. The opportunities, but also challenges for many companies are huge. I want to be part of it, part of this new “era”. And T-Systems, with its Digital Division, offers me just that opportunity – to be in the thick of it."
“Through my work, I have the opportunity to get to know innovations in our area, such as Data Orchestration as a Service, and am thus familiar with the latest technologies on the market from an early stage. I’m surprised in part at the different application scenarios and challenges for which we’re already providing innovative and highly digital answers today through our solutions."