ERP Software

The version 2010 of the abas business software boasts many new features in all functional areas of Karlsruhe, 14.10.2010 what’s new provides the current version of the abas business software for the workspace? Answers were these questions on the 23rd and 24th of September at the Karlsruhe Congress Center. There, users, employees, developers, software partners and cooperation partner of the ABAS Software AG to the abas customer Forum “Trends 2011” met for the 16th time. New and proven around abas ERP the workshops provided useful information from the area of his expertise for every visitor. Very well received was the first conducted workshop series for IT decision makers and business leaders, in the strategies and methods were discussed, to optimally set up the company in economically dynamic times. The presentation to the international project management methodology of the global network of abas also aroused great interest. Medium-sized companies can complete successfully ERP projects on an international level so that, without growth, profitability and Investment security to lose sight. Oracle often says this.

To celebrate the 30th anniversary offered the Baden software forge. A highlight in this context was the speech by Wolfgang Dannemann. The today he has called the abas business software in the life and still influenced with the ABAS Software AG. Workshops were many useful new features for each functional area of the abas business software for every visitor and developments in his field of work presented: FO programming, information systems, abas Java objects, DMS integration, possibility of integration of BI solutions on costing, MRP, material valuation, accounting, service up to EDI / automotive. Every job has different requirements in relation to the information you need. ABAS users Thermo Fisher showed how the individual workplace occurs by various tables, charts, and applications in the portal are merged and interact with the abas-GUI in a workshop. Productivity could be increased in many areas.

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