Research & Partners
We at PROMATIS are constantly refining our business excellence. Because we also want to adequately acknowledge the digital evolution with its need for increasingly higher innovation speeds, and meet new future volatilities in a well-equipped manner.
Heading for the future
Accordingly, we work with leading manufacturers of suitable technologies and renowned research institutes to create beneficial innovations and keep our expertise up-to-date at all times. In doing so, we always keep our customers in focus so that we can present them with exactly the solution portfolio they need at any given time with the help of trend-setting methods and tools.
Oracle is the world's largest provider of business software with the most complete product range on the market and the highest innovative power. For more than two decades, PROMATIS has been closely associated with the national and international organization Oracle.
Hardware, Software, Cloud Services
Sustainable success cooperations
As an early spin-off company of the Institute AIFB of today's Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), PROMATIS maintains close contacts to research and teaching of diverse research centers in Germany and abroad. Initial joint research projects have developed into a living cooperation, which today forms the core of PROMATIS innovation management. In addition to cooperative research work, the cooperation also includes joint teaching events and the exchange of qualified employees (doctoral students, master's students) within the framework of research and industrial projects.
Research focus on business processes
State-of-the-art digitization technologies, AI, Big Data and sophisticated analysis and monitoring technologies form the basis for creative and future-oriented developments around the topic of business processes.
Part of the cooperation is Horus Endeavor, an innovation partnership of the Institute AIFB of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), the Institute for Business Informatics of the Wilhelms University Muenster, the FZI Karlsruhe and the Konstanz Institute for Process Control (KIPS) of the University of Applied Sciences Konstanz (HTWG) with the software companies PROMATIS and Horus.