7 myths about waste separation

by Tamara Kornfeind on 06/23/2020

Why is waste separation so important? And how does proper waste separation actually work? Our expert Tamara Kornfeind explains 7 myths about waste separation

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Blog,
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Why the Cloud is scoring on security

by Christian Krause on 05/27/2020

When it comes to switching to the cloud, security no longer needs to be an obstacle. With comprehensive security concepts and massive investments in IT security, cloud providers are now more secure than the infrastructure of many companies. If the in-house security concept is solid, too, cloud users can achieve an even higher level of security with disaster recovery-as-a-service or AI-based services for cyber security.

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Digitization

How to cut costs by switching to the cloud

by Christian Krause on 05/27/2020

Many small and medium-sized businesses hesitate to start running their IT infrastructure and application landscapes more efficiently in the cloud. One reason is the concern that operating costs could get out of control. Yet, if you get the main things right, the result is noticeable cost-savings and a big step towards digitalization.

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Digitization

What does Cloud Migration mean for your IT team?

by Christian Krause on 05/27/2020

When you switch to the cloud, administrative tasks fall away, and you’re left with more room for innovation. It’s the perfect time to introduce or advance agile approaches like DevOps and Scrum and streamline collaboration with the departments. One thing is certain: the cloud cannot succeed unless your own IT department is on board and continuously monitors cloud environments.

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Digitization

The three phases of cloud migration

by Christian Krause on 05/25/2020

Every journey begins with the first step. Strategic cloud migration is also a journey of sorts. It’s not something you want to cram in company-wide on one set date. Quite the contrary. Once the strategic framework parameters are set and the IT workloads to be migrated are defined and prioritized (for instance, in conjunction with a COSMO CONSULT Workshop based on the cloud adoption framework), you can start with an initial cloud migration pilot project, followed by a series of follow-up projects.

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Digitization

Sales in times of Corona

by Mary Ann Hoffmann on 05/15/2020

The current crisis is a major challenge for all sales employees. However, the establishment and maintenance of personal contacts is just as important in times of crisis because there are lots of important details to discuss with regard to short-term issues and how to progress once the crisis is over. Microsoft Teams is able to fill the gap that has been created by a lack of direct contact.

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Collaboration,
Digitization

COSMO CONSULT and the future of waste management industry

by Tamara Kornfeind on 05/12/2020

The waste disposal industry has a future. Succeeding in this dynamic sector takes flexibility. We’re working with our customers to continuously develop an ERP software that meets these requirements.

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Three Current Trends in the Packaging Industry

by Matthäus Mayer on 05/07/2020

What challenges will packaging companies face in the future? What do the keywords climate change, climate protection and sustainability have to do with this? What do consumers expect from packaging? Our Sales Manager Matthäus Mayer reports on the three current trends in the packaging industry in his blog article—read for yourself:

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ERP

Transportation of Dangerous Goods — a Legal Jungle and the New Dangerous Goods Management in D365

by Anna Herist on 04/30/2020

Companies have to comply with a large number of regulations when transporting dangerous goods. How do you keep track of this legal jungle? Quite simply: use an ERP system that accommodates these special requirements. Please read the blog post by our expert Anna Herist:

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Lower costs and faster response times with the right KPIs

by Daniel Gburek on 04/30/2020

In manufacture, planning plays a major role. Manufacturing and assembly are often divided into individual steps that have to be linked together in a multi-stage planning process. But good planning is not the same as fighting half the battle. After all, discrepancies can occur during production that influence the due dates, quality, or costs of the end product.

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Data & Analytics,
Digitization