Project Description

Uniform IT interface for gevko


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A “subsidiary” of AOK health insurance, gevko GmbH aimed to develop a uniform IT interface to support clients with the professional, secure and efficient digital implementation of their supply contracts in medical practices.

With the merging of two previously separate systems in TYPO3, we were able to successfully support gevko in optimizing their work.


Our task was to merge the separate public area (including the company presentation, press area and contact form) and S3C Portal into one TYP03 installation. In order to map the business logic of the S3C Portal, we had to develop a corresponding extension.

From consulting, to the implementation of password guidelines, to the dynamic export of PDF documents and Excel spreadsheets, we took all measures necessary to implement gevko requirements. In addition, we installed a file exchange service based on nextcloud and modernized the front end with the help of a bootstrap framework.

Facts about gevko GmbH, the specialist for S3C interfaces

The most important details of our work:

  • TYPO3 CMS 9.5 LTS

  • Individual development of extensions for the S3C Portal

  • Training

  • Consulting and conception

  • Modernization of the responsive front end

  • Continuing maintenance and support

  • Installation and configuration with nextcloud

development hours
16 weeks from kick-off to go-live
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“portrino GmbH was able to provide us with excellent support in optimizing our previous work. Our technically complex project was implemented professionally and we felt well looked after from consultation all the way to implementation”.

Marc Peltzer, Senior Project Manager

Professional support from TYPO3 experts

Thanks to our extensive and long-standing practical experience with TYPO3, we can offer our clients the best possible support. In doing so, we provide them with comprehensive services, from initial consultation and possible training courses, right through to implementation and maintenance.

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