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cc|environmental services

29Nov2018
ERP, Digitization

Digitization in the Waste Disposal Industry

by Stefan Riedl

Technology plays an important role in waste management today. This is because progressive digitization is helping to substantially optimize waste collection processes and recycling activities. An example of this is the use of the IoT.

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03Oct2018

“One-third of food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted globally, which amounts to about 1.3 billion tons per year.” (Gustavsson et al., 2011)

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Most people are aware that an ERP selection and an ERP introduction project are necessary. The path to going live is relatively clear – compiling requirements and verifying which Standard ERP meets these requirements. Select an implementation partner that understands your business, and you’re set to go.

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Upgrading an ERP system is an investment in the future security of a company. However, the trigger for an update process is often a direct risk that cannot be overcome with the existing company software. The software evaluation process therefore has to consider both – the minimization of existing risks and the future viability of a new ERP solution.

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So far, our economic model has been based on the idea of linear growth. Production and consumption followed a simple principle: resources were obtained, processed, used and, for the most part, discarded after their useful life.

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Around 87 % of all plastic waste from the EU was exported to China until the beginning of 2018. Read and learn more!

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12Dec2017
Collaboration, ERP

cc|environmental services in Microsoft AppSource

by David Appel

Since recently, COSMO CONSULT’s industry solution for the waste management and recycling industry has been available in the official online market place for Microsoft solutions – Microsoft AppSource.

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30Nov2017

Contracts are a sensitive issue not only in waste management. As important as clean contract design is, it often also entails uncertainty. In many cases, the process is cooperative up to this point, and suddenly the parties in question stumble upon a limited view of only their own aspects.

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“Yes, we have containers in the company. Sure, we also need something to manage them.” This assessment is the easy part of the exercise. A Google search on the topic shows that there is a wealth of systems. What is actually difficult is answering the following question: Is this container management suitable for my waste management company?

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25Oct2017

Recycling preserves resources and helps the environment. At the same time, recycling valuable substances is usually cheaper than initial production.

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