We streamline the processes and the work routines of Swisscom employees with the aid of a responsive, user-friendly web app. Satisfy your employees with a beautiful design and theme. Your needs and these of the end user are always at the focus of our attention.

Are you a start-up in need of a professional and modern image? Then you have come to the right place. Design professionals work together with trainees to create your visual identity and professional image. This includes a logo, matching business cards, a PowerPoint template and a website that reflects your values and vision.

In order to successfully develop your idea, it is important for us to understand your needs and wishes. The first step we take involves identifying your needs and how we can help you help you meet them. Once we set down the project requirements, we will proceed to the first design proposal.

Throughout this phase, we establish regular communication to keep you abreast of the current status of your project. We place just as much value on favorable cooperation as we do on achieving a successful end product.

As soon as the testing and implementation are complete, we deploy your web app to turn your idea into reality. We are happy to offer you continued support via a personalized support service.

About us

About us

Youth, creativity, and innovation are the values that describe us best. Our team of designers and developers find the right solutions to bring any idea to life. Having grown up in the digital era, we use the best of technology to fulfill your wishes. Our team mainly consists of competent trainees who are passionate about developing your solution.

Telco Cloud Portal

The Telco Cloud is a strategic platform in Swisscom to produce Telco Services for our customers in the future. One example is surfing the Internet with a mobile phone. The Telco Cloud Portal should simplify and accelerate the onboarding of Telco Services to the Telco Cloud. The portal is to be usable in self-service and as many processes as possible are to be automated. This will enable us to achieve faster onboarding with much less personnel effort.

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Improve App

How does a large company like Swisscom manage to constantly evolve? It’s quite simple: we seek improvement ideas within our own ranks. To bring all of our ideas together in one central hub, we came up with the Improve App. It allows every employee to contribute his or her ideas to Swisscom, to discuss them or to immediately implement them with other people. Our motto is about speed, simplicity, and efficiency. We were able to gather over 4800 improvement ideas and implement them into various projects in just the first year, all thanks to this concept. In March 2018 the most recent further development to the web application was launched to propel the “Improve” idea forward.

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Head of Network IT & Operations Swisscom Broadcast AG

The Apps Team proved itself to be a supportive and competent partner. The implementation of our Major Incident App and the IAA website was reliable and convincing. I can only recommend working with this creative and dynamic team.

Project Management Digital Supply Chain at Swisscom AG

With the Apps Team, the cost of development fit into our modest budget which aimed at covering our individual needs. Moreover, working with the team meant we could invest in our young colleagues’ skill development – a true win-win situation.

Head of Improve Team Swisscom AG

With the Apps Team, we iteratively developed a fully responsive solution in Sprint, now used by all employees to compile ideas and obtain support when they are unable to implement these ideas on their own. Clear roles and a clean setup have helped us professionalize the collaboration. The Apps team contributed their implementaion ideas and design suggestions to the stories, created mockups, and then perfectly finalized them.

Head of Network IT & Operations Swisscom Broadcast AG

The Apps Team proved itself to be a supportive and competent partner. The implementation of our Major Incident App and the IAA website was reliable and convincing. I can only recommend working with this creative and dynamic team.

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Cedric Ribi

Starting my traineeship in the Apps Team

​​August 15, 2018 was a special day for me. I started the first project of my apprenticeship. I did not know exactly what to expect. I didn't know much about the Apps team and its work yet. All I learned was that the work in the Apps Team was supposed to be pretty cool. But how was the start? When I arrived at the office in Ittigen at 9:00 a.m., I was welcomed by Micha, my QPA. He introduced me to the work of the team. I now knew about the most relevant work, like web design or customer service. Customer satisfaction is at a very high level. So the contact to the customers is also very important. Micha introduced me and three other 1st year apprentices to the first task. I was allowed to complete the Codecademy courses, in which I learned the basics of web design. This means that I came into contact with HTML and CSS for the first time. The courses taught you how to use HTML and CSS. HTML is used to insert the individual elements into the page and CSS to style the elements. This means that CSS is responsible for the design of the website. I also got an overview of the huge amount of commands. During this time I also got to know my tutor Rachel. She could always help me and supported me a lot. After that I started my first self written website. It was an app that I had to rebuild. At the Codecademy courses I was always told what to do and now I could write this app alone with my previous learning. The page contains a lot of things, like a header, a filter bar or the main content. The header contains everything at the top of the page. With the filter bar you can filter out information you don't want. The main content contains the actual content of the page, such as longer texts or pictures. It wasn't easy, but so I learned very fast. I am much more independent now than I used to be in school. But this also gives me more responsibility, which I like very much. Even as a learner you get cool and exciting work assigned to you in the Apps Team. That has to be the case because the Apps Team is largely made up of learners. I also quickly got to know the team. Once the team went for a drink together. Another time we went together to the trampoline hall Ostermundigen and afterwards we ended the evening with a meal. Such activities demanded a lot from the Team Spirit. My start as a 1st year apprentice was clearly successful and I am looking forward to the further time in the Apps Team.

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Timo Mayer

Crypto what?

​​When the request came for a complete appearance of the startup Custodigit, I naturally wanted to know quickly what kind of product this company produces. Words like "Cryptovault" and "Digital Asset Custody Platform" came up and after some research I understood what they meant. I looked at similar, already existing products and slowly knew the direction I had to take with the design. And yet the whole thing seemed very abstract. Because there were neither hardware nor software excerpts that I could have looked at and trading crypto currencies wasn't really part of my daily repertoire until then. ![](https://appsteam-website-api-stable.scapp.swisscom.com/files/6f8c27c65b3745b78822e553c793dbe8_795ab8f445.jpg) ![](https://appsteam-website-api-stable.scapp.swisscom.com/files/b188ef3fbe8f41ada84ccc421f43600e_a26e2ac78d.jpg) After a brainstorming in the group for the logo and analyzing the values of Custodigit, the first implementations arose. The customer decided on a version which, after a re-styling and some minor adjustments, finally rose to the final version. [The landing page](https://www.custodigit.com/en/), the business card and the Power Point template should now all be based on this logo and form a unit. I was glad that Custodigit was very satisfied with the first versions. So we could keep the very close deadline. The website was already in development, the business card was ready for printing, the logo was ready and now a Power Point template had to be created. That was probably the biggest challenge during the whole job. I found the creation process complicated and Power Point liked to do things I didn't want to do. But even there the customer was very satisfied and the job was slowly coming to an end. Just in time to get a successful start at the Singapore Fintech Festival. My conclusion: Crypto currency issues are easier to understand than creating a PPP template.

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Maja Altermann

When teammates become competitors

​​On June 1st we, the Apps Team, had the first e-sports event. But not with sports like football, but with video games. 40 participants, played against each other in 9 different games with four people each and of course there could only be one winner. **The following games were played: ** - FIFA 18 - worms - Stick Fight - kinect - Attention, the curve - Mario Kart - Super Smash Bros - halo - Call of Duty 4 (Disclaimer: For the games from 18 years all minors had a permit from their parents with them.) The whole thing took place in our Apps Team office and every room or corner was set up for a different game. Planning all this as well as Jeremy and Simon did wasn't a matter of course. At 18.00 the tournament started and everyone was motivated to win. When the game was finished, you had almost no time to recover from your victory or defeat and had to go straight to the next game. After the game, the winners, runners-up and losers were written down on a piece of paper. So that everyone could calm down again a little, there was a break for everyone at 20.00 o'clock and we all ate together. After half an hour it went on and we played the remaining games until 23.00 o'clock. After the tournament it was announced who the three top places were. To win there was in each case a coupon for Spotify, Lasertag Arena and VR Arena. The winners were: 1st Menger Oliver with 41 points 2nd Stuzmann Andy with 37 points 3rd Schwyter Simon with 35 points The event was a huge success and hopefully there will be a next time.

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