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Striving to “help people help themselves” the volunteers of German-Ghanaian NGO Boa Nnipa proactively work on projects within Ghana. To maximize the sustainability of their work the young and dynamic team focuses on supporting the Ghanaian civil society in developing self-determined strategies in the areas of health education, school education and training, as well as raising awareness for general political and social issues, and thereby initiating participation among Ghanaians.
OMICRON, a long-standing customer of Centigrade has released RelayLabTest, an innovative desktop-based software to test protection devices. RelayLabTest enables users to simulate entire power networks in order to achieve most realistic operating conditions. The software already complies with the requirements of the future standard IEC 60255-121 for distance protection devices. Centigrade supported OMICRON during the entire user interface design and engineering process of the WPF-based user interface from start to end.
Since end of May 2012, Centigrade resides in its new office premises in Science Park 2, which are two times the size of the old office.
Thomas Immich, CEO Centigrade: “Moving into new premises was the logical consequence of Centigrade’s steady growth. The new office allows us to keep increasing the strength of our team in order to respond to the growing demand regarding our services. As a side effect, moving offices in the way we did is also ‘user friendly’ for our clients from the communication perspective, since the familiar contact data has not changed –just the floor levels did.”