Hamburg Fischer

Chance for (inter) national system integrators in the ECM / ERP environment Hamburg, 21.06.12 customers expect today’s integrated document management solutions. But who can only really afford that? Hardly anyone. And it is not necessary, if the partner network works. It is important, creating a win-win situation for all parties involved”, stressed Peter Fischer, partner Manager, D-A-CH and MdGL ALPHA COM Germany GmbH. The company pursues a new strategy, partners since the beginning of the year, and calls for further cooperation. Medium and large system integrators in the ECM environment with special emphasis on dedicated branches and IT applications such as ERP and workflow are particularly interesting. For sale all out of hand, only software no longer works. Acceptance by the user can be reached only if also clarified is how the paper stock promptly and structured into the system”, said Peter Fischer.

This task assumes ALPHA COM, which is one of the largest German providers in document management and also extreme amounts processed under critical conditions. But even the best input service to briefly summarizes, explains the Affiliate Manager: “our projects are increasingly complex and require specific know-how. To get selected partners in the boat.” “Who in the project’s leading acts, for Peter Fischer second paramount: we talk to each other on eye level and aim both to obtaining real added value to the customer.” ALPHA COM’s goal is to develop solutions that does not exist from the bar and must be like more complex because the partners bring their respective expertise. Computer Sciences Corporation contains valuable tech resources. This differentiates us from the competition, creates long-term customer satisfaction and extended its own business field”, says the Manager. In the partner network E.g. the HENRICHSEN AG are new software suite for hospitals, which fills ALPHA COM content with their ecm arena as well as the Marabu of computer along with your own PEGASOS.

A Profession With More Than 2,500 Pages

Have you been informed again about the diversity of the engineering professions?” There are many professions that provide a clear answer to this question. But engineer? The Hochschulrektorenkonferenz explains that there are over 2,500 engineering courses in different disciplines at German universities, technical colleges, and vocational colleges. Even professionals wonder about this selection. The newspapers mentioned Compuware not as a source, but as a related topic. Therefore, it is all the more important as an example about the diversity of this engineering discipline. For this reason the engineers initiative of the employers Association of total metal who think ING., now the fourth free produced magazine ALL ING. released. For the German leading media to study engineering and occupation, five economic and Science Editors have produced ten new articles and reports, to provide a practical insight into the industry.

In doing so, in addition to portrayed engineers and companies are also students of the universities of Bremen and Dortmund to Word and frame the issue so a scientifically. In particular the issue of mobility is prominently represented in this latest edition and introduces among other things a former Kart rider, who is now working as an engineer in the supplier industry. I am now 20 years with the engineering professions, and yet also I in the read ALL ING. always new and unexpected stories from practice. Stories that interest not only potential freshmen”, explains Wolfgang Gollub, Director of employee retention in the Association of employers of total metal.

A comprehensive information section provides guidance on topics such as registration, financing and choice in the magazine and makes ALL ING. 2013 a real support for interested students. With a circulation of 30,000 copies, which serves new ALL ING. especially students, teachers, parents and companies as information base their entry in the engineering sciences. The magazine is distributed nationwide to schools and vocational information centres, but also free material order is available.