Bechtle solutions

With its own locations in 14 European countries and with partnerships on all continents, the development of international IT solutions is part of Bechtle's day-to-day business. This includes leading customers safely through the complex challenges of European and global procurement and providing the right IT solution with great flexibility. Official partner for NATO Cyber Defence

Type of content: Assets
Type of asset:
Use case
Big data potential
Policy domains: International Issues and Defense
Phase in the policy cycle:
Policy Monitoring and Evaluation
Implementation/customisation cost
Open license availability
Ease of use
Tags: BI Data analytics IT
SWOT Analysis for
Bechtle solutions
Helpful Harmful
Strengths• One of the largest providers of IT products, solutions and managed services in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
• E-commerce subsidiaries in 14 countries
• Leading value-added reseller in Europe: More than 75,000 customers from various industries and the public sector rely its vendor-independent offering spanning the entire IT lifecycle.
• Diversified business.
• Sustainable business model
• Decentralised organisation
• Financial stability
• Strong corporate culture
• Motivated staff
• Extensive experience and expertise in future-proof IT architecture,
• Strong competency in acquisitions
• Integration of products and services
• Quickly and flexibly respond to evolving business requirements.
• Ability to adapt to new technologies.
• Future-driven IT architectures
Weaknesses• Increasing pace of technological change and higher level of technical sophistication needed.
• Data security
• Integration with Existing Applications
Opportunities• Increasing demand of cloud based services: mobile traffic, the Internet of Things (IoT), streaming services and other future-driven technologies all generate enormous amounts of data. Having recognised the new reality, numerous companies have already transitioned to the cloud.
• Hybrid and private clouds
• Developing international IT solutions
Threats• Increasing pace of technological change and higher level of technical sophistication
• Increasing competition
• Threats posed by malware,
• Cyber attacks
• Organisations are hesitant to let sensitive business data leave their own data centres

Open data - Download the Knowledge base

You are free to download the data of this Knowledge base.

To do this you must be an authenticated user: log in or sign in now.

All the data are licensed as Creative Common CC-BY 4.0.