Do you also write publisching
More and more often you read publisching – with sch instead of just sh. This Swabian-English special spelling originates from Stuttgart. More precisely from Michael Lutz, founder of Codeware GmbH. Since 1995 we have been developing professional publishing solutions in our Stuttgart software forge – true to our Swabian (Swabian-English) slogan: “WE LOVE PUBLISCHING”.
Every Codeware solution contains the typical Swabian, detail-oriented thoroughness for which we from Germany’s wild south are known throughout Europe.
Formal, engaging and on
a first-name basis
We Swabians not only love our sch in publisching. We also love our -le, our abbreviations, and a formal first-name relationship. The formal Mr/Ms/Mrs plus your first name best reflects our way of doing business: respectfully polite yet engaging, personal and approachable. After all, we embrace the concept of equal partners. Inside and out. Between colleagues and with respect to partners, suppliers and customers – that means you in the singular and plural!
Digitisation is the prerequisite for continued existence and growth in the economy. It means speed and flexibility as well as dynamism and innovative strength. But above all, digitisation enables the improvement of quality, performance and continuity. Codeware stands for exactly these characteristics. They are the driving force and at the same time the genes of our innovative solutions for automation and optimisation in publishing – online and offline, from the design phase to implementation.
Since our foundation, we have consistently satisfied all market requirements, continuously developed our solutions, adapted them to new standards and set standards ourselves. We are one of the pioneers in database publishing in Europe.