New partnership – education meets digitalization
It has been 2 years since March 2017, when I first came to the meeting room of Partnership as part of a university lecture. I liked the presentation of the managing director Oliver Nützel immediately and I asked for possible internships or working student positions during this visit.
Why would I introduce the article with this story? The answer is quite simple – cooperation between a company and a university yields added value for both sides.
For this reason, I contacted the Munich University of Applied Sciences as soon as I finished my studies in order to establish a possible partnership between the university and Regiondo. My inquiry was met with great interest, so that a project between the Munich University of Applied Sciences Faculty of Tourism – Department of Digital Management and Regiondo was soon up and running.
Eye-tracking case study to increase usability
This summer semester, an eye-tracking study will be conducted as part of this new partnership with the aim of further enhancing the usability of the Regiondo Dashboard.
Using eye-trackers, scientific approaches and the fresh perspective of the students, the Regiondo Dashboard will be scrutinized under my supervision.
Have we sparked your interest? Are you interested in the Regiondo booking solution and would like to get a first impression of the system through this project? Just send an email to email@example.com and take part in the case study – you can expect discounts and other advantages!
In return, Regiondo will sponsor part of the university’s new digital lab and provide students with valuable insights into a young technology company. Maybe the interest of some students will be stirred and my story can repeat itself 🙂
We are delighted to be working together and would like to express our sincere thanks to the Munich University of Applied Sciences and above all to Prof. Dr. Berchtenbreiter for his cooperation and openness in preparation of the project.
The university visiting Regiondo
In order to give the students the best possible insight into the culture and product of Regiondo, we invited the students to our office right at the beginning. After an exciting presentation by CEO Oliver Nützel on the origins and development of Regiondo, each department briefly introduced itself and reported on the typical activities. Afterwards, the students had the opportunity to ask questions directly to the departments or to me over a cold beer.
In my opinion, Regiondo has a lot to offer students and graduates. How else could it have happened that within less than a year I was able to swap pages at the university 😉
We are very happy about the cooperation and would like to thank the Munich University of Applied Sciences and especially Prof. Dr. Berchtenbreiter for the openness in the project preparation.