8. Aug

Smart Summer @ Porsche Informatik

Creative and exciting IT & technology experiences

This year, Porsche Informatik participated in the Smart Summer youth initiative for the first time. This summer holiday offer for girls and boys between 12 and 16 years of age is a joint enterprise of the Salzburg Chamber of Commerce, Federation of Austrian Industry, Salzburg Research, Salzburg University of Applied Sciences, ITG Salzburg, akzente and the province of Salzburg.


20. Jul

Mastering everyday chaos? You can with Kanban!

Kanban is proving its worth in the Infrastructure and Common Platforms domain.

Too much work, too little time, too few staff – who does not know this problem? In addition, mental activities are frequently not really tangible; you have too many projects on the go at the same time and are only too easily dispersed. However, there are a few options for mastering this everyday chaos – one of them is Kanban. This article describes what Kanban is and how it can work. Our practical example: the living Kanban in the Infrastructure department of Porsche Informatik.


8. May

Girls’ Day 2017 at Porsche Informatik in Salzburg

On 27th April 2017, Porsche Informatik for the second time opened its office doors for Girls’ Day.

Girls’ Day is a cross-border event day of the EuRegio Salzburg – Berchtesgadener Land – Traunstein, on which companies, government offices and secondary schools offer young girls an insight into a variety of professions and training opportunities. Especially classic male domains such as technology, science and manual trades seek more young female talent here.


6. Apr


Theory meets Practise: Porsche Informatik is offering five students at Salzburg University of Applied Sciences an attractive package.

Leading IT corporations, including Porsche Informatik, in cooperation with the Salzburg University of Applied Sciences Information Technology & Systems Management degree program, have created a new studies package. With this we intend to develop a sustainable pool of top talent.


15. Dec

Parts logistics for Colombia

On 1st December our ETN parts logistics system started successfully and smoothly in Colombia.

In future the Porsche Colombia importer in Bogotá will supply 40 car dealerships with over 750 parts items; the central parts store contains ca. 20,000 items.

The users are happy with their new solution, the previous system only covered the most essential functions. ETN has already achieved significant performance improvement and process optimisation; the new opportunities in reporting and controlling are also highly appreciated by the Colombian importer.

After Austria and Hungary, Colombia is the third country in which the Porsche Holding Salzburg relies on ETN. The next deployment is already scheduled: in 2017 we are launching a preliminary study for the Chile market; the start is planned for 2018.

8. Sep

Porsche Holding Salzburg takes over wholesale business for Volkswagen Passenger Cars in Malaysia.

Porsche Informatik provides support from the very beginning with nine systems.

Porsche Holding Salzburg is continuing its growth offensive, starting distribution activities in the ASIAN region. As of 1st September 2016, PHS has taken over responsibility for the wholesale activities of the Volkswagen Passenger Cars in Malaysia.

After the go-lives in Bosnia and Herzegovina last year, Porsche Informatik has once again proven the cumulated competence of our teams: Despite ambitious time constraints, we provided initial supported conceptual support for the implementation of IT infrastructure. We then made nine of our applications -Carlos, Partner.Net, KD3, SPS, SAP, SOFA, EDOM, FlowER and the IBM Notes mailing system – available from the very start; the colleagues at Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur could smoothly handle all of their daily business using our systems from the first day on.

As the next step, in 2017 the CROSS and VU2 retail systems as well as CarConfigurator, immediately available new vehicles and test driver Internet applications as well as Internet presentation for dealerships.

30. Aug

New Management at Porsche Informatik

On 1st September 2016, Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Manfred Immitzer (51) will become the new CEO of Porsche Informatik, jointly leading the company with Mag. Rainer Trischak (46).

Manfred Immitzer brings IT expertise to the company management, and will as Chief Digital Officer drive the innovative development of our custom IT systems for the automobile business.

Manfred Immitzer comes from Schladming, Austria, studied electrical engineering at Graz Technical University and Technical Physics at the Technical University of Vienna. In the last nine years he started as the CIO of Nokia Networks before becoming the Group CIO of Nokia in 2014, where he made a significant contribution to the international expansion of the organisation. Previously he worked in a variety of managerial positions at Siemens. In 2013 he was awarded the Global Telecom Business Innovation Award in London.

Whilst M. Immitzer will primarily devote himself to IT technology development, R. Trischak will contribute automobile experience to the world-wide marketing of Porsche Informatik systems.

After five years at the helm of Porsche Informatik, Mag. Günther Seifert has returned to the automobile business, heading International Wholesale at Porsche Austria since 1st July 2016.