Pragmatic, agile, customer-focused.
We see the big picture.

If you want to achieve more, you should not be satisfied with less: mimacom's performance over the last 15 years has been impressive thanks to the innovation and technical excellence of its software solutions. Our customers are public bodies, organizations, medium-sized companies and large corporations in Europe, who set the highest standards for bespoke system solutions for their business processes.

As the only company in Switzerland and one of the first companies worldwide that holds CMMI maturity level 5 based on agile methods, we implement processes including the usual quality standards.

Thanks to our focus on Java and the integration of open source, we can offer you sustainable solutions. We adapt and standardize open source technologies and agile methods to give greater flexibility and individuality – thanks to our mimacom path™.


Established in Switzerland in 1999.  
  Approx. 150 employees – software engineers, IT consultants, Scrum Masters and project managers.
ISO-9001: 2008 certified.  
  CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration) maturity level 5 – the only company in Switzerland.
Sites in Berne, Zurich, Basel, Lausanne, Valencia, Stuttgart, Bratislava, Vienna and Rome.  
  Strong partnerships with leading international software houses.


Happy Birthday WWW! On May 21, 2014 mimacom ag is at CERN

15 April 2014 and mimacom invite you to a first class event at CERN, where the World Wide Web was born 25 years ago.


mimacom days - the 20th of May 2014 in Vienna

06 March 2014

The second edition of the successful format – Open Source Symposium – this time under the new name mimacom days in 2014!
Five enthusiastic visionaries are there for you to comment the new trends and innovations in the IT sector, and also to present case studies and offer individual advices.


Liferay Webinar on the 27/02/2014 - Automated LIFERAY development and deployment

17 February 2014

Software development often involves repetitive and manual tasks in building the development environment. This approach leads to differences in the various environments, in hardly reproducible and incomprehensible errors. Furthermore, maintaining these environments is causing additional workload during the development and roll-out phase of a project.