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CRM Industry Solutions, Print and Packaging

Companies take advantage of certificates in order to demonstrate their sustainable behavior. How does this look like in the forestry business? Our expert Stefan Riedl will tell you about that in detail, read our current blog:

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12Dec2019

Imagine that you're walking through a supermarket. Suddenly, a packaged product catches your eye and talks to you. Maybe talking would be overstated, but what packaged goods already can do, is interacting with you. In our current blog article, our AR specialist Benjamin Pöll tells you how it works!

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15Jan2019

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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The COSMO CONSULT industry solution for the print and packaging industry (previously FWI Print & Packaging) has just become available in AppSource – the official online marketplace for Microsoft solutions.

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Industrial companies rarely produce products in one work step. Most of the time, a number of operations is required to complete a product. These operations can be summarised in a work plan. Read more!

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In an industry in which customer requirements change constantly and more and more quickly, it is extremely important to embed the essential sections of the value-added chain transparently and fully integrated into the enterprise resource planning process.

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The printing and packaging industry is innovative and constantly launches new products for its customers. New technologies and materials allow continuous improvements or new options.

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Overcapacities in commodities, a continuous challenge for producing companies.

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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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