Syngenio receives certification from TÜV Rheinland for the Green Software Design-certificate

SYNGENIO AG, a leading independent consulting and software company, has received certification from TÜV Rheinland for its Green Software Design label. With this, TÜV Rheinland certifies that Syngenio’s process “Audit concept for assessing the carbon footprint of software in use” is functional. The process that Syngenio carries out to assess whether the Green Software Design label can be awarded to companies is thus a “TÜV Rheinland Tested Process”.

In order to be able to award the certificate, TÜV Rheinland audited Syngenio’s process with its certification body for quality management systems. The audit was successful for Syngenio. The auditors from TÜV Rheinland carried out exemplary processes and checked the conformity of work processes with the requirements of the standard. For this purpose, TÜV Rheinland interviewed random samples of employees from the respective areas and inspected the corresponding process documentation.

“We are very pleased that TÜV Rheinland has certified our process for determining whether software is climate-friendly,” says Stephanie Kamp, Green Innovation Manager at Syngenio AG. “When we award our Green Software Design label, it is an expression of the valuable work an organisation does in software development, helping to make applications resource-efficient from the ground up.”

Syngenio Green Software Design-Certificate

Syngenio awards the Syngenio Green Software Design label to climate-friendly software. Software is considered climate-friendly if it contributes to saving CO2 emissions and was developed according to the principles of Green Software Design (GSD). GSD is more than just green coding. It is a holistic approach with the aim of developing software in a more climate-friendly way. In the course of this, the entire life cycle of a software is included in the consideration. This includes consideration of the initial requirements of an application, avoidance of waste, efficient use of energy and the actual design. In addition, GSD also takes a look at what benefits a software fulfils – for example, if a software fulfils unneeded tasks or even contributes to an increase in CO2 emissions.

Presentation on Green Software Design auf der ProfitCard 2023

Interested parties can find more information on the topic under ProfitCard 2023, which takes place on 13 and 14 June in Berlin. Stephanie Kamp from Syngenio and Norman Krieghoff from Computop will give a joint presentation entitled “Certified sustainability: Computop Paygate as green software”. The lecture will take place on 13 June at 11.40 am. Computop Paygate GmbH, based in Bamberg, Germany, has been a payment service provider from the very beginning and is constantly taking care of the increasing requirements in terms of security and convenience in payment processing. Computop was available as a “friendly customer” as part of the TÜV Rheinland audit.

About Syngenio AG

Syngenio AG, headquartered in Munich, supports banks and payment service providers with innovative IT solutions to optimise their business processes. Applications for modern and digital payment transactions are created at the interface between the business and IT departments. Syngenio specialises in next generation banking, payment solutions and green enterprise IT. Furthermore, Syngenio acts as a promoter and developer for start-ups in the technology industry and is committed to sustainability on the corporate side. The independent consulting and software company was founded in 2001 and is managed by the board members Jürgen Funke and Joachim Nübold. The 120 employees generated a turnover of 12 million euros in 2021. With locations in Munich, Cologne, Bonn, Frankfurt am Main, Stuttgart and Hamburg, Syngenio is represented throughout Germany.

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