On September 25th, eMan presented its services at a professional fair in the USA for the first time ever, in a conference on automotive displays in Livonia (Michigan). The conference is pretty technical and has a strong focus on hardware solutions, but it provided us the opportunity to connect with experts and decision makers from great companies working in the infotainment field.
eMan is no stranger to the most important Czech competition evaluating the effectivity of digital projects. This year we took first place in the energy and utility category with our E.ON EContracts solution. And our Škoda OneApp came second in the mobile apps category.
Vladimir has three different roles at eMan. He leads projects for the energy industry sector, deals with architecture, and recommends new trends to the clients. Why did he decide to leave the position of Director of Operations at a large company to join eMan, a small company at that time, as a project manager? And why do cheating tablet users amuse him?
David Adamík scored for eMan for four wonderful years. His journey is the perfect example for everyone who wants to start their career in IT. David is sailing in a slightly different direction now but that doesn’t mean we won’t see each other again...
In January 2016 Jablotron acquired a part of eMan, the leading Czech software developer. After more than two years, both parties have agreed to end the ongoing cooperation. Therefore, the founders of eMan are buying back from Jablotron their 60% share of the company. The value of the transaction is in the tens of millions of Czech crowns.
We have recently opened a new branch in Houston, Texas. It is time to take our business to the next level and the U.S. represents a perfect challenge to do so. So what are we up to?
The processing of data about your drive, in your phone, in real time. Your car’s infotainment in your pocket with a third-party platform. The mobile application ŠKODA OneApp introduced several innovations. It’s no wonder it scored in the IT Project of 2017 competition.
How did a marketing and a sales person happen to set up an IT company? And how did they lose the first project? In an interview with our CEO and founding father you will discover how eMan got its name and what the plans are for the company. Discover our story, leading from the valley of death to operating on foreign markets.
eMan helped to organize a barbecue for Ruby on Rails supporters for the second time and it was a spectacle to behold; the scent of grilled meat mixed with motor oil and talks about APIs, financial data, and microservices. Would you like to see footage?