Even if someone has a degree, it is quite hard for that person to find a suitable job without having much work experience. When I finished my full-time bachelor’s degree, I knew that I wanted to continue studying while working at the same time.

Therefore, I joined ERNI in October 2017 as an intern. At the same time, I started my master’s studies at the Lucerne Business School. ERNI has accepted that I work 60 percent of full time, which allows me to attend all my classes. After one month at the office in Bern, I got a mandate as a Business Analyst which lasted until the end of 2017. Afterwards, I became a Junior Consultant by the beginning of this year.

My work at ERNI allows me to gain experience and gather knowledge about software engineering which is closely related to innovation – my background. Not only do I benefit from my mandate but also from my contribution in the innovation service team. Since my start at ERNI, I have been a member of this service and have been helping to bring this business area forward. Different services give the employees the possibility to fully engage in a topic not only in order to develop themselves but also to diversify the portfolio of ERNI’s offering.

Work in the innovation sphere gives me the chance to develop myself in my preferred direction, to learn many new things and to deepen my existing knowledge. This has been especially true since my customer had an innovation workshop with our company. The result of it was a new product which I have recently started to implement. Since then, I have worked as a Business Analyst and Innovation Manager for my customer. It gives me the opportunity to get even more job experience in the innovation field.

News from ERNI

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  • 27.09.2023.

    Unveiling the power of data: Part III – Navigating challenges and harnessing insights in data-driven projects

    Transforming an idea into a successful machine learning (ML)-based product involves navigating various challenges. In this final part of our series, we delve into two crucial aspects: ensuring 24/7 operation of the product and prioritising user experience (UX).

  • 13.09.2023.

    Exploring Language Models: An overview of LLMs and their practical implementation

    Generative AI models have recently amazed with unprecedented outputs, such as hyper-realistic images, diverse music, coherent texts, and synthetic videos, sparking excitement. Despite this progress, addressing ethical and societal concerns is crucial for responsible and beneficial utilization, guarding against issues like misinformation and manipulation in this AI-powered creative era.

  • 01.09.2023.

    Peter Zuber becomes the new Managing Director of ERNI Switzerland

    ERNI is setting an agenda for growth and innovation with the appointment of Peter Zuber as Managing Director of the Swiss business unit. With his previous experience and expertise, he will further expand the positioning of ERNI Switzerland, as a leading consulting firm for software development and digital innovation.

  • data230.08.2023.

    Unveiling the power of data: Part II – Navigating challenges and harnessing insights in data-driven projects

    The second article from the series on data-driven projects, explores common challenges that arise during their execution. To illustrate these concepts, we will focus on one of ERNI’s latest project called GeoML. This second article focuses on the second part of the GeoML project: Idea2Proof.

  • 16.08.2023.

    Unveiling the power of data: Part I – Navigating challenges and harnessing insights in data-driven projects

    In this series of articles (three in total), we look at data-driven projects and explore seven common challenges that arise during their execution. To illustrate these concepts, we will focus on one of ERNI’s latest project – GeoML, dealing with the development of a machine learning algorithm capable of assessing road accident risks more accurately than an individual relying solely on their years of personal experience as a road user, despite limited resources and data availability.


  • 09.08.2023.

    Collaborative robots revolutionising the future of work

    The future of work involves collaboration between robots and humans. After many years of integrating technology into work dynamics, the arrival of collaborative robots, or cobots, is a reality, boosting not only safety in the workplace but also productivity and efficiency in companies.

  • 19.07.2023.

    When the lid doesn’t fit the container: User Experience Design as risk minimisation

    Struggling with a difficult software application is like forcing a lid onto a poorly fitting container. This article explores the significance of user experience (UX) in software development. Discover how prioritising UX improves efficiency and customer satisfaction and reduces risks and costs. Join us as we uncover the key to successful software applications through user-centric design.

  • 21.06.2023.

    How does application security impact your business?

    With the rise of cyber threats and the growing dependence on technology, businesses must recognize the significance of application security as a fundamental pillar for protecting sensitive information and preserving operational resilience.