IT service provider Trivadis launches "Binary Dreams," its own online magazine about data and new technologies. 15 multimedia formats with a lot of wit, depth and heart combine information and entertainment. The launch of the magazine with 20 first articles is on July 13, 2021, 1 p.m.
As every year, Microsoft has honored partner companies that advance their customers with technical know-how and innovative solutions based on Microsoft technologies. This year, the title of „Microsoft Country Partner of the Year“ goes to Trivadis.
Accenture (NYSE: ACN) has entered into an agreement to acquire Trivadis AG, an IT services provider specializing in platforms and solutions that enable highly automated provisioning and innovative use of data.
Swiss acting legend Walter Andreas Müller returns to the public eye: in a new video, the 75-year-old "Fascht e Familie" star parodies the cult commercial for the Fischer bedding factory. The video was produced by data specialist Trivadis in collaboration with Swisscom to promote database services from the Swisscom cloud.
Working from home has brought new challenges with respect to customer care, collaboration and leadership. To help solve these challenges, Trivadis and Microsoft Switzerland are launching the first Swiss Home Office Challenge. Intended as a “Grümpelturnier” (Friendly Tournament) 2.0”, a total of 100 teams across Switzerland will solve 12 online challenges created with the help of celebrities from 7 June to 2 July 2021. Interested teams can apply to take part in the Challenge until 21 Ma
Easter egg hunts are a popular Easter tradition in Switzerland. The winners are those who find what the Easter bunny has hidden. This year an Easter Egg Hunt 2.0 is taking place: The
data specialist Trivadis is organising Switzerland’s first ever digital Easter egg hunt in Zurich. The main prize is an exclusive dinner with Swiss celebrity chef Ralph Schelling.
March 16 marks the anniversary of the day on which the Federal Council declared an "extraordinary situation" and sent all Swiss citizens into lockdown – and many of them into the home office. To mark the occasion, data specialist Trivadis has now published a computer game. The main character is a pink alpaca who fights his way through everyday life in the home office.