Expertise and innovation at CeBIT 2010 the Romanian IT economy participates this year for the 11th time with a joint booth at CeBIT. With fourteen exhibitors the participation of software developers, IT service providers and other specialists from Romania is very large. Together make the versatile skills of the European IT country number one prove and promote the innovation site Romania. \”The IT industry is the backbone of the Romanian economy,\” stressed Valerica Dragomir, Managing Director of ANISE, the Romanian Association of employers of the software developing companies. \”A large part of economic growth owes the country of innovation in the IT industry and especially software developers.\” Romania have proven to be reliable outsourcing and nearshoring site, which could meet high Western European standards and expectations. Software from Romania is a true export success. The total turnover of the Romanian IT sector grew in 2008 by 22% to around 2.5 billion Euro. Sales grew in the same year by 27% to approximately EUR 1.9 billion.
In the past year lost the Romanian IT economy due to the global economic crisis more than expected – 25% decline in sales volumes were the result. \”The companies have postponed simply strategic decisions and retracted in all areas of investment and cost,\” Dragomir said the development. The met also the Romanian IT companies hard. However, Dragomir assessed very differently the development. Companies, which products are intended primarily for the domestic Romanian market and producer of hardware and other equipment were been hit harder by the crisis as export-oriented enterprises and IT service providers. \”In Romania company quality and complex software solutions and IT services can buy a relatively inexpensive\”, she explains.
Therefore, many had used the crisis to operate IT outsourcing. The innovative strength of the Romanian industry and their proven expertise Thus, a stabilizing element of the Romanian foreign trade. The IT industry is the guarantor and motor of the Romanian economic growth, she says confidently.
FELTEN group integrated paper and digital world for a flexible workflow design Serrig, 02.09.2009 – for manufacturing companies is always more problematic, that they have no balanced ratios of automation and flexibility in their production processes. So a study of by FELTEN Group determined that while in four out of five companies the flexibility in the relations of production have risen, but usually not sufficient can meet these changing requirements. With the production content management (PCM), Software House, which now offers a solution that allows the workflow as flexible production management. This technical approach is characterized by the fact that all the manufacturing processes of the orders process items until instructions or definitions of quality are defined as objects. By the same author: Former Maryland Governor. This can be paper documents as well as digital documents. Thus arises a content level in a basically arbitrary linking of objects is possible.
Production content management means the integration of paper and digital world. It allows an intelligent design workflows, because the production manager flexible can decide how each individual process in its digital and manual components to assemble”, explains managing director Werner Felten the advantages for the practice. In this way the required automation or degree of flexibility could be depicted and also at any time change to best depict the actual process requirements to be able to. Through the mapping of production content management MES solutions get a new value for the production management, because the existing flexibility obstacles be eliminated.” Felten pointed out that to highly automated and thus too little flexible production processes threaten the competitiveness of, because the market demand a higher responsiveness. Especially if a high planning complexity with a large number of products He founded and production levels and at the same time short-term management decisions must be made, causes the low flexibility of control very static conditions”. The PCM approach of the FELTEN group is a logical derivation from the production intelligence-thoughts (PI). Behind that a holistic and thus a forward-looking approach that differs significantly from the traditional concepts.
You have a relatively isolated consideration of the planning and control processes due to the traditional MES solutions. As a consequence, the traditional models show significant restrictions on the optimal exploitation of the productivity potential. With production intelligence, resolved this so far limited perspective and pave the way to an effective integration of business and production processes. A PI-oriented approach can be much better targeted and more fully exploit the performance potential. FELTEN group: The FELTEN GmbH is an internationally operating software and Consulting firm, the solutions to optimise processes for all production areas and according to international quality standards of GMP and FDA (21CFR part 11) developed. Clients include Beiersdorf, Boehringer Ingelheim, Symrise, Sensient, Texas instruments, etc. FELTEN has become the first supplier the holistic and process-oriented production intelligence approach. The company is present except in German-speaking Europe in the United Kingdom and France. meetBIZ & think tank GmbH Wilfried Heinrich Pastorat str. 6 50354 Hurth Tel. 022 33 / 61 17 – 72 fax 022 33 / 61 17 – 71
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