Each BISS engineer has vast amounts of experience in various high-tech industries and is an expert in developing smart software solutions that provide added value and a competitive advantage for clients in that respective market.


The car of the future is electrified, autonomous, shared, connected and yearly updated (or “eascy” for short).

Five of the top 20 companies with the highest R&D investment are vehicle manufacturers, but they do not feature among the 10 most innovative enterprises. Between 2020 and 2025 the industry will have to find ways of compensating for falling margins and rising investment. Manufacturers and suppliers should put users at the heart of their business model and offer them “eascy” mobility products.

BISS supports various automotive and ‘Mobility as a Service’ clients in their “eascy” transformation journey, by developing, implementing, validating and linking complex hardware with innovative embedded software.

Medical Technologies

Healthcare is increasingly digitized. Hospital information systems and data engines allow the quick sharing of information. Today, chronic diseases may be tracked and prevented using different devices and mobile apps, given rise to the phenomenon - the Internet of Medical Things. IT leaders should make rapid decisions and take immediate actions using the innovative approaches and capabilities of managed IT services for healthcare to ensure critical business operations continuity.

BISS helps different clients achieving higher levels of automation and efficiency, innovate new products and services, modernize infrastructure, and deliver better outcomes at a sustainable cost.

Industrial Automation

The convergence of information technology and operations technology (IT/OT convergence) is progressing rapidly as manufacturers realize it is key for successful digital transformation. Remote operations become the new normal and automated operations become autonomous operations​


Businesses and consumers rely on connectivity more than ever before, as employees moved off the campus and into their homes, students began learning from home or even in school parking lots, and many businesses had to find new ways to keep their doors open – often using technology to facilitate touchless or curbside services that were all enabled by the network. Once seen as “emerging” technologies, telecom trends, like IoT and SD-WAN, are evolving and maturing. And promising technology, such as 5G and edge computing, are about to have their moments as new networking requirements demand faster connectivity and local computing power heading into next year.

The added value of BISS is in our expertise in creating innovative software and supporting R&D capabilities, that is essential for the performance and functionality of systems, products and apps.