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At Volkswagen Group IT, we are advancing the digitalization of Volkswagen and its products: at our headquarters in Wolfsburg, at all production locations, in our Software Development Centers as well as in our IT labs across the globe.

The nerve center of Group IT with top experts and extensive know-how is located in Wolfsburg. We support the core business fields in all locations and supply group-wide IT infrastructure comprising central computer centers and global networks. This is protected across all brands and internationally by our IT security programs. The use and expansion of advanced technologies enables us to develop and to create an important basis for digitalization in the Volkswagen Group.

Our software development centers in Wolfsburg and Berlin work on behalf of departments and brands to provide tailor-made software – for our customers, for our authorized Volkswagen dealers and for our internal corporate processes. Interdisciplinary teams collaborate closely with clients to develop solutions focused on the user experience. For this, we rely on value-based, agile working methods such as Scrum, Pair or Extreme programming. These collaboration models encourage discussion, creativity, expertise, fun and rapid delivery of outcomes.

We are agile and support interested parties in identifying new ways of working for themselves. Our agile pilots advise and support interested parties en route to this.

In our global IT labs, we benefit from networking closely with technology partners and experts from science and research. Future issues including artificial intelligence, digital ecosystems, smart mobility and quantum computing are worked on in these labs. This is because, when developing future-oriented IT solutions and services, it is essential that expertise from the central IT organization is combined with specialization in the labs.

We are therefore prepared for the rapidly changing IT market, able to accept the challenges posed by digitalization and address the future mobility issues. Be part of Future Mobility

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