Our culture

Our promise

Maximum transparency.

Minimal rules.

And work that we’re proud of.

Our corporate culture arose from the aspiration to do things differently and better. First and foremost: trusting our employees and treating each other with respect. Each individual person at INNOQ has extensive freedom and bears a high degree of responsibility.

INNOQ employees


We are continuously learning, for example in internal workshops or projects, or during our bi-monthly company events. After all, innovative, relevant technologies and ideas are the basis of our work. And it's just as important to us to be part of the developer community: We share our know-how through conferences, technical articles, podcasts, and involvement in Open Source projects.

What’s important to us

We believe in each and every one of our employees. We trust in their competence, their knowledge, and their experience. We are women and men from all age groups, different walks of life, and career paths. Together, we are a team of technology enthusiasts, all of whom are express their own opinions and are expected to do so. Of course, we believe that technology improves our lives. Technology is at the heart of INNOQ. That is why we rely on facts instead of ideologies. That is why learning and knowledge transfer are so important to us. What we do not believe in are hierarchies and rigid structures, all of us can and should do (almost) anything; but above all, we do the things we love. Not only do our employees benefit from this, but also all of our customers.

INNOQ Stories


From lone wolf to team player

Benjamin, or Ben for short, lives with his wife and daughter near Ingolstadt. His passion for excellent coffee has earned him the nickname "coffee consultant." As an architect and developer at INNOQ, he is mainly responsible for software quality and software development processes. Plus he’s a certified trainer for iSAQB Foundation Level and Advanced Level IMPROVE.

Greater independence through good data

Larysa lives with her family in Berlin. The Ukraine native earned her doctorate in augmented data quality at TU Berlin. At INNOQ, her main areas of focus include machine learning operations (MLOps) and data architecture. In her spare time, Larysa loves to do triathlon.

Never a dull moment

Martina lives with her husband and two children in Berlin. After finishing her business degree, Martina got started in the IT industry through her first job as a project manager. She is now Principal Consultant at INNOQ, working primarily in the areas of processes, team building, and agility. Before coming on board she lived and worked in Argentina for ten years. Her most recent position was general manager at an IT start-up.