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Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations

Manufacturing requirements change all the time. Lots become smaller and smaller, deadlines become tighter and quality requirements keep on increasing. This leads to new challenges for the various specialist departments which usually converge centrally in the planning department.

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06Jul2017

Containers come in all sizes and forms; from small wheelie bins to skips and large underground gantries. When it comes to collecting waste streams or recyclables, having visibility into your containers and their potential content is key. So do you know where your containers really are?

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Sales costs money. Long sales cycles cost more money. Complex quotations without successful conclusion cost the most.

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22May2017
Industry 4.0 & IoT, Digitization

Is Digitisation Really a Technical Discipline?

by Dietmar Winterleitner

Until a few years ago, I as the trainer of my fistball team printed the players’ licences and gave them to the referee to verify my players. Today, this is all done online. No licences can be forgotten and hence also no disciplinary panel results for that reason

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Garbage trucks transport waste between two places. Without an engine, this would be impossible. When we consider the entire waste industry, the weighbridge – or scale to put it in simpler terms – is of similar importance. The scale is the key to materials management.

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“Competitive edge through efficient routing.” Among others, the following topics were subject to heated discussion at the VOEB (association of Austrian disposal companies) conference in Lower Austrian Guntramsdorf on 22.03.2017.

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“Competitive edge through efficient routing.” Among others, the following topics were subject to heated discussion at the VOEB (association of Austrian disposal companies) conference in Lower Austrian Guntramsdorf on 22.03.2017.

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Natural resources have a major disadvantage – their quantity is limited. It is hardly a surprise then that access to resources is extremely important these days – it is a decisive factor in the progress of national economies and companies and in turn, the prosperity of individuals.

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