Rhenag migrates to ARCAD for DevOps to achieve its modernization goals and prepare its development team and processes for the future

Customer Success Story - Rhenag migrates to ARCAD for DevOps

The Customer

Rhenag Rheinische Energie AG – founded in Cologne in 1872 – is one of the oldest German utility companies. From the company’s original beginnings involving the creation of a modern supply infrastructure up to today’s energy transition technology, the business of energy supply has changed fundamentally and Rhenag has continually evolved alongside these changes. By continually innovating, Rhenag pursues a unique approach, combining the business of a modern regional utility plus the activities of a nationwide municipal utility cooperation partner from a single supplier. The Rhenag IT business model is important to note.

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The Rhenag application suite is being modernized at several levels. The goal of this modernization is to ensure that Rhenag can address new customer requirements and future “business value” – especially in the context of automation and digital transformation of energy industry processes where rapid delivery to customers and users is essential.


After completing a thorough vendor evaluation and Proof of Concept (PoC), Rhenag decided to put in place the ARCAD for DevOps solution with the aim of performing rapid resilient code analyses and replacing the existing change management tool.

Case Study Highlights

  • Company: rhenag
  • Industry: Utilities/IT Services
  • Challenge: Rhenag has been using a in-house developed change management tool for many years. Like many companies, Rhenag needs to speed up development processes and realised that the existing change management solution could no longer meet the growing requirements of their customers and users.
  • Solutions: ARCAD for DevOps
We have the impression that with ARCAD, our team have found a vendor that best meets our requirements and with whom we can successfully realize our DevOps goals. ARCAD enables both our experienced developers and newly-hired development talents to work together more efficiently and effectively. This is becoming increasingly important especially in times of intensive home-office due to the Covid crisis.
Ralph-Eduard Zenger