The reel in every variety

by Benjamin Pöll on 03/16/2020

Our current blog post of expert Benjamin Pöll “The reel in every variety” clearly presents you how you can easily create and demonstrate role requirements and production orders. Read more!

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ERP

“Turning Waste into Resources” - the new motto of the EU plastic strategy

by Tamara Kornfeind on 03/03/2020

How many tons of plastic waste does Austria produce? How do we stack up in comparison to other European countries like Germany? And have you heard about the EU plastics strategy, yet? For facts and figures, check out the latest blog post!

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ERP

From scrap to stock – the 2019 Austrian Waste Management Conference – Day 2

by Anna Herist on 02/18/2020

From scrap to stock – gain insights into our experiences at the Austrian Waste Management Conference Day 2. What is Austria’s plan for the waste management sector? Our experts Sophia and Anna tell you more about it!

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ERP

From scrap to stock – the 2019 Austrian Waste Management Conference - Day 1

by Sophia Chrenko on 02/14/2020

From scrap to stock – gain insights into our experiences at the Austrian Waste Management Conference. What is Austria’s plan for the waste management sector? Our experts Sophia and Anna tell you more about it!

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ERP

Variant configuration: as individual as your customers

by Michael Hering on 02/04/2020

These days, customers are more demanding than ever. When they purchase a product, not only do they want to be able to choose from different variants, they also want to be able to have these product variants customized to suit their individual needs. Ideally, they want all that at the price of mass-produced goods. Is there a way to produce such a product cost-effectively? And what does it look like in practice? We set out to answer these and other questions using the variant configurator.

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ERP

Win them over with digital customer service

by Michael Hering on 01/29/2020

When it comes to strengthening customer ties and standing out from the competition, one of the most important tools is efficient customer service. However, once a company reaches a certain size, it’s easy to get lost in all the service appointments, and resource planning becomes a gargantuan task. That’s where Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Service and Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Field Service come in. Let’s take a look at how these products can help.

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CRM,
ERP

Raw materials for all generations – certificates of sustainable forestry

by Stefan Riedl on 01/09/2020

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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ERP

Packaging 4.0? Augmented reality in packaging

by Benjamin Pöll on 12/11/2019

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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ERP

Optimally preparing ERP projects in sevens steps

by Claudia Claßen on 12/11/2019

ERP projects are often complex – regardless of whether they involve replacing an old system or an initial implementation. Those who understand the importance of the preparatory phase – i.e. the stage prior to software selection and implementation – increase their chances of project success. But what should you pay particular attention to during preparation? We have compiled the most important points.

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ERP,
Digitization

Reducing Production and Warehouse Costs with Optimum Batch Sizes

by Michael Hering on 12/02/2019

How much should you produce of a particular product in one batch? How high can the stock level be? Does it make sense to increase the machinery capacity? Challenging questions like these can only be answered reliably with intelligent data utilization. Traditional models for batch size optimization (such as the formulas developed by Harris and Andler) produce initial indications, but they cannot provide comprehensive optimization taking into account all relevant articles, costs, and restrictions. The processes are simply too complex.

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Data & Analytics,
Industry 4.0 & IoT,
ERP,
Digitization