International rollouts involve the implementation of websites and applications across multiple distribution levels and national boundaries – and they are a key business area for NOLTE&LAUTH. That is why we have developed a process that allows us to define, plan and carry out any rollout project. Our project description Around the world in 700 days: the global rollout for smart discusses our method for the successful global rollout of the platform for smart, both on the company’s market and dealer levels: the NOLTE&LAUTH 4+12 step approach.
In the latest edition of our Dialog interview series, Senior Consultant Christian Push explains what it means to be a consultant at NOLTE&LAUTH and what sets us apart from other big consulting firms. In this video, you can find out how his role with us has changed over the last five years and what his biggest challenges are:
How can we get millennials interested in financial planning? How can we effectively help pregnant women and their partners when questions and problems arise? How can we make buying a car from a dealer a unique experience? At NOLTE&LAUTH we address these and similar problems through our expertise in service innovation, developing targeted digital solutions to solve real customer problems and needs.
We read more than ever. More specifically, we read more digitally than ever. Message apps, social media, playlists — text is omnipresent and indispensable. It delivers information and is at the same time the most important layout element for designers.
In this instalment of our Dialog interview series, Senior Project Manager Nancy Wegner explains why she decided to team up with NOLTE&LAUTH one year ago and her most exciting project to date. To find out about the methods we use to implement projects and what makes the team truly special, have a look at this video:
Digital transformation means developing new services and products and deploying the latest technologies in order to create innovative customer experience. When it comes to project management, it is therefore imperative that we continue to develop and optimise our knowledge, our processes, and structures. How do we respond to these requirements? Project management workshops are one way.
Why can I simply not get this scene out of my head? Why does this old joke still make me laugh every time? And why can I hardly wait to watch the next episode of Homeland? This and many other questions have a common answer: a successful story!
Our Dialog interview series presents the heart of NOLTE&LAUTH: its employees. UX Lead Jens Schlüter, who has been with NOLTE&LAUTH for over seven years, reports in this edition. He tells us how he explains his job to his parents and what makes working for us so special:
Jetlagged but excited, I arrived with high hopes and made my way to the centre of San Francisco a few hours after landing in the USA to attend a two-day training course at Cooper U on the topic of service design. In the following I will tell you about why I felt compelled to go there, and what I found there when I did.
Our Dialog interview series presents the heart of NOLTE&LAUTH: its employees. First off, Markus Mannes, who is Senior Art Director and has been part of our team for five years now. In this video, Markus discusses what drives him personally, how user experience design will feel in five years and what new colleagues should bring to NOLTE&LAUTH: