NEXUS Active Day 2018 – Review of a great, action packed day
Our CEO Ingo Behrendt opened the day and spoke about how the NEXUS world has evolved since our last Active Day: on current customer projects, new product developments and the introduction of NEXT GENERATION (NG) products to our customers. We also welcomed the new companies in the NEXUS family.
The ever-growing NEXUS family has many great ideas from different companies across Europe. Finding these ideas, collect them under the name of NEXUS and create the best products on the e-health market - that is our philosophy. We invest a lot into our products, have a great customer base and are highly innovation-oriented - that is what sets us apart.
To lend weight to this statement, six NEXUS teams agreed to demonstrate the innovativeness of NEXUS and the importance of cross-sectoral cooperation in form of theatre plays:
Saving lives with NEXUS / OPERATION ROOM DOCUMENTATION
In a dramatic scene far away on an island, it was presented how our software continues to work properly despite a complete breakdown of the infrastructure. By replication, e.g. via satellite, access to the vital information about the patient is maintained and the doctor / nurse can successfully complete their surgery.
NEXUS / PDMS - the future of intensive care medicine
Heim.NET – Clap hands for it
It could not be simpler: the ENDOBASE NEXT
Acquittal thanks to the GDPR Toolbox
Let the show begin – PEGASOS
In the quiz show Jeopardy, three candidates were allowed to prove their knowledge about the enterprise content management system PEGASOS by Marabu. The all-important question was finally asked by the real, living Pegasos.
Not only the exciting shows of the 6 teams and Ingo Behrendt have shown what can be achieved with cooperation and motivation. Our guest speaker Edgar Itt also underlined this in his presentation. He inspired the audience with the story of a true Olympian and gave much inspiration to everyone for the activity program of our Active Day.
When building soapboxes, the randomly mixed teams could enjoy the afternoon. Very interesting and original designs came into existence. The creativity could flow and the team spirit spread quickly around the groups. In the final derby, everyone showed what stuff their soapbox is made of. One or the other crashed pilot did not make it very far. But unharmed, everyone could enjoy the beautiful summer evening.
Thanks to "everyone" for the great presentations, soapboxes and the fantastic atmosphere. It was a lot of fun.