Responsibility for People and Innovations

by Oliver Schneider on 04/27/2021

To become market leaders in times of automation and rapid growth, companies need the best innovations. What’s more, they search, find, train and support employees so that they can use these tools creatively to accelerate and maximize the company’s value creation. In this context, the key to success is the digitalization of the HR department.

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Digitization

Supporting Career Advancement – Instead of Writing Lists

by Oliver Schneider on 04/27/2021

If employees in HR departments don’t have to deal with endless paperwork and digital lists any more, they can take on more exciting and creative tasks. For instance, they can take on responsibility for their colleagues, encouraging and supporting them in their career progression within the company as well as in their individual development.

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Digitization

Success Through Reliable Master Data

by Michael Wilp on 02/24/2021

Why is reliable master data important in process manufacturing? And what can I do with it anyway? Master data management allows you to use the right data at the right time for the right person through the right channel. First, a few words about the current situation.

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Digitization

Modern ERP systems in process manufacturing

by Michael Wilp on 02/24/2021

The German Chemical Industry Association predicts that the process industry is planning to invest more than €1 billion in digitalization projects and new sustainable business models over the next few years. After all, organizations that successfully collect and analyze their data along the entire value chain secure a huge competitive advantage. And a study by the Fraunhofer Institute research organization suggests that a digital approach to the product life cycle in the process industry could lead to a 30% increase in value creation by 2025. This forecast alone is reason enough to address this issue.

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Digitization

How to start your digitization successfully

by Michael Wilp on 02/24/2021

The real challenge is to develop a company-specific IT strategy. Industry-wide processes may be similar, but each company has its own characteristics and special requirements. The pace of change in technology and usage models is increasing rapidly. It is difficult for managers and employees to keep up to date: existing systems and IT infrastructure are not always designed to adequately cope with upcoming digitalization projects.

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Digitization

How to run your projects more efficiently in the future

by Hans-Peter Dinser on 01/27/2021

Who hasn’t seen this happen? A project is delayed, over budget, and requirements are constantly changing. Is it due to lack of resources, unclear goals, or lack of support from your superiors? Let's get to the bottom of this.

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Digitization

Why your team will be more successful with Project Operations

by Hans-Peter Dinser on 01/26/2021

How do companies succeed in increasing their profits? One option is to improve productivity. In project work in particular, this depends on the management style of the supervisor. We will tell you how to do it anyway in this blog post.

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Digitization

How do You Sign Something Without Pen and Paper?

by Josip Breskic on 12/09/2020

The handwritten signature exists in the digital age too. But there are so many different names for it: electronic signature, qualified electronic signature, digital signature – what’s the difference between them? And what do they all mean anyway?

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Digitization

Document control - more than just document management

by Josip Breskic on 11/26/2020

Storing documents on a central server - is that already a step towards digitalization? Maybe that was the case 30 years ago, but certainly not today. Current technologies can do much more than just manage documents. This opens up new opportunities for companies - for better quality, a higher level of automation and the secure feeling of having things under control.

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Digitization

The Process Turntable in Quality Management

by Josip Breskic on 11/06/2020

One of the great challenges in quality-focused companies is to maintain an overview of all incidents and to react quickly. No wonder that an awareness for quality-focused processes is growing in many companies. Incident management is the hub for these processes. The starting point is always an event that triggers a process. Incidents can have a variety of causes and depend strongly on the respective company’s business model.

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Digitization