AAC andreas andresen consulting gmbh
Areas of application
IT project management
A tool for agile modelling with UML in decentralised teams: co-operating simultaneously, in real-time via internet.
Product S = k*c²®
An agile process model for software development on a UML basis.
S = k*c² is
ad hoc applicable and flexible
ensures expandability and scalability
improves the company's software quality
improves teamwork and increases productivity
reduces development costs
Germany, 22765 Hamburg, Mottenburger Twiete 1
Agile modelling and agile architectures
AAC andreas andresen consulting gmbh is an innovative IT management consultancy focussing on:
Software and IT architectures
Design and IT management
Object and component technologies
AAC gives support in all phases of design, modelling and architecture of innovative IT systems. AAC takes care of the project management and assists through training, coaching and collaboration on site.
AAC has developed S = k*c²® - an agile process model- and sketchIt!® - a tool for agile modelling in distributed teams. These products, when matched to specific customer requirements, can be optimally integrated into software development projects.
AAC are experts for agile process modelling technologies and agile architectures.
We shape innovative processes with agile technologies and help companies to get strategic competitive advantages.
UML process modelling
Agile modelling of business processes
Modelling of virtual communities
E-business process modelling
Web based process modelling
Optimisation of business processes
AAC are experts in trendsetting IT architectures and put your systems into the position to win on the global market. We design your innovative
Service oriented architectures (SOA)
Model driven architectures (MDA)
AAC are experts for object and component technologies and agile process models. We design tomorrow's innovative value added systems with agile process models like Scrum, XP, S=k*c²®, RUP etc. The developed process model S=k*c²® is described in "Komponentenbasierte Softwareentwicklung mit MDA, UML 2 und XML", second edition, published by Carl Hanser Verlag 2004.