Barbara Dravec
Barbara Dravec

IT Product and Project Manager

Barbara has worked in software in the past decade in various roles and industries. She is passionate about technologies that will shape our future. As an IT expert and product enthusiast, she loves to see teams and communities evolve around great products.

  • Introduces teams successfully to new ways of working with agile project management frameworks
  • Seasoned IT project manager (PMP) with excellent risk assessment abilities
  • Product enthusiast who loves to build great products and awesome teams

She is always up-to-date on the newest research in her field of software product development and project management. Currently, she is interested in leveraging the use of AR in education.
Contact her today if you need support in developing your products.


Barbara Dravec is co-founder of Technit and is responsible for overall product innovation and implementation. She is also the go-to person for your tech staffing needs. She is currently a lecturer for project management and acts as an agile coach at the technical division of FHNW university of applied sciences and arts northwestern Switzerland.

Prior to Technit, Barbara was a product manager and project leader for national and multinational companies such as SBB, UBS and IBM. She was a researcher at Evans Research where she conducted over 30 international software research studies. She was a product manager in three start-ups in the field of browser software, health insurance and mortgages.

Barbara Dravec holds a Master's degree in Political Science and Law from University of Zurich in Switzerland. She completed formal training as a Java developer in the US in 2010. She holds an active Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification from the PMI Institute. She is a Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering (CPRE) from the International Requirements Engineering Board (IREB).

Initializing a new project is one of the most exciting processes I can think of. When the idea sparks over into product vision that's the glamor of product development. Everything else is hard work.barbaradravec