Back in 2000, Klaus Koermeier, Gunter Reitberger and Joachim Moehrke came together in Dresden, Germany, with an idea: Creating IT solutions that are complex enough to meet the demands of larger organisations, while remaining easy to use so that the customers actually enjoy using them.
So the bridge between people and IT systems became a kind of motto for us, and just round the corner in Dresden was the famous "Blaues Wunder" (Blue Wonder) bridge. It doesn't take a genius to work out how we decided on the name BlueBridge...
Since then, we've been concentrating on SharePoint, and created some of the first ever applications on the Beta Version of SharePoint 2001. In the years succeeding this, we have been listed as an official launch partner and as preferred vendors at companies like Microsoft and Siemens.
Aside from a great number of projects for large and mid-sized companies, we have also been able to share some of our know-how in books for Microsoft Press (Germany). Additionally, we have been selling software products since 2008, which can be installed out of the box and are since being used by hundreds of thousands of users, standing up to the stringent requirements of large multinational companies.
SharePoint is in our blood. We've been developing and consulting for SharePoint since 2001, and quite simply: we know what we're doing. This level of experience is rare, and it's something we that provides a great advantage for our customers.
But being an expert in the technology isn't enough. We also understand that in front of every PC is a human being, and do everything we can to make sure that his or her experience of SharePoint is a positive one. So on the one hand, our core aim is to connect complex applications to the people using them by providing a user-friendly experience.
Many service providers will focus on or the other, but we recognise the need to build bridges between the user and IT. In fact, that's one of the main reasons we called ourselves BlueBridge.