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The waste management industry appreciates cleanliness. Clean contracts form the basis of this.

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. Common interests must be reconciled to put things back on the right track.

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Show me the money 4.0 – digitisation in marketing and sales

While digitisation and networking for the application in production and logistics have already found their way into the minds of decision-makers, marketing and sales still skilfully manage to avoid digitisation and hence (yet again) measurability.

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Business Intelligence by and for SAP – what was, what is and what is yet to come

It has become incredibly easy to integrate relevant business information from SAP into a BI tool with just a few simple steps. Read on to learn more!

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Microsoft BI strategies in companies using SAP

I have been working on the implementation of business intelligence solutions for companies using SAP for over 10 years. Especially last year, these companies showed a massive interest for comprehensive Microsoft Business Intelligence solutions.

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Integration of prepress into the ERP process

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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Why does the waste management industry need special container management?

“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 quickly shows that there is a wealth of information and systems. What is actually difficult is answering the following question for yourself and your company: Is this container management suitable for my waste management company?

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Metal recycling and processing of recyclables

Regardless of whether scrap, plastic or paper – recycling preserves resources and helps the environment. At the same time, recycling valuable substances is usually cheaper than initial production. In particular metals are gaining importance for the economy, since many metals can be recycled any number of times without sacrificing quality. Plastic can be melted down a few times only, then the material can no longer be used. This type of downgrading does not apply to metals.

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Delivery reliability – a sustainable success factor

Overcapacities in commodities, a continuous challenge for producing companies.

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New printing technologies change the requirements on the ERP system

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. Frequent use of new technology leads to new procedures. New materials become attractive in terms of price and thus being employed increasingly…

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