The Graz-based digital agency CodeFlügel, founded in 2011, has gained the German Henkel Group, which operates brands such as Persil and Schwarzkopf, as customers. CodeFlügel now has 20 employees and has worked for ÖBB, ÖAMTC, Zeiss, Internorm and Kleine Zeitung in the past. The Henkel Group, a 53,000-strong company based in Dusseldorf operates brands such as Persil, Schwarzkopf, Fa and Pattex. CodeFlügel now wants to implement several global digital products.
The cooperation has already begun, as can be seen from a transmission of code wings. A chatbot has already been implemented for the brand Persil. The Chatbot advises customers on how to best do their laundry. "So far, the cooperation is going well," says CodeFlügel CEO Stefan Mooslechner. Now a whole series of other major projects will follow.
In addition to developing websites, apps and web shops, CodeFlüge has made a name for themselves in the field of augmented and virtual reality. At the end of last year, they internally implemented a working time model based on Google's, where the employees receive time contingents for working on their projects. The flagship project of the Styrian company was born out of a cooperation with the Southern District Health Board (responsible for public health) and the University of Otago in New Zealand. In a three-year project phase, special apps were developed for patients with rheumatism and Crohn's disease, enabling permanent contact between patients and doctors.