In the “Asterix” comics, Numerobis even impresses Caesar and the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra with his buildings: The talented and creative architect also inspired Alexander Greil for his company “Numerobis”. The construction software of the same name was developed for the construction and construction-related industries and is intended to help companies increase their productivity by optimizing work processes.
With his holistic system, Greil applied for the Digitalos in the “digital start-ups” category. Submissions for the digital prize are still possible until October 7th in the following categories: digital start-ups, digital personality, digital project and digital transformation. The woman who stands out through her digital achievements in one or more of the four main categories mentioned will be awarded the special Digitalia Prize. A jury chooses the winners.
“D3EIF” from Linz also applied to the “digital start-ups”: The team around managing director Thomas Frauscher has developed “DRIP”, a product that is characterized by real-time visualizations in the transport sector. This enables precise and comprehensive monitoring of the entire process, including locations, loading and unloading processes and traffic information.
OÖN and its partners Sparkasse, Tabakfabrik, KPMG, City of Linz, Wiener Städtische and the State of Upper Austria make a pre-selection from all applications. They are supported by digital experts from the JKU in Linz.
The Digitalos winners will be chosen on November 16th at a gala in the Linzer Tabakfabrik. All applicants are invited.