15.03.2021 By Thorsten Hagemann
People who are in care facilities with physical impairments often lie in bed and are partially restrained to prevent them from falling out of bed. The nursing staff need to constantly observe these patients. Using AI could help with this. I will explain how this might work in my blog post.
10.03.2021 By Uwe Lutter
The construction industry in Germany is lagging significantly behind other industries when it comes to using digital innovations. This is expected to change drastically in the coming years. Public clients are important promoters and drivers here. The focus is on building information modelling (BIM) as an IT-supported methodology for planning and executing construction projects. I will explain what this is all about in my blog post.
05.03.2021 By Marwah Al Shwaiki und Michael Stamm
Increasing the quality and quantity of a business process is important to achieve the best and most accurate results. In this context, the situation handling framework supports the effective handling of all types of situations in the business process – both in the SAP S/4HANA Cloud and in SAP S/4HANA. In this blog post, we’ll describe the basics of the framework and introduce you to aspects of the solution in more detail.
03.03.2021 By Tanja Jovanovic
The new BiPRO company pension scheme standard with RNext enables standardised change notifications to be sent digitally to the insurance company via the RNext interface. This allows portfolio processes to be optimised, the quality of data to be increased and the customer experience to be enhanced. In my blog post, I will introduce you to the new BiPRO company pension scheme standard with RNext in greater detail.
01.03.2021 By Heike Heger
Despite the global pandemic, IT budgets are increasing and the march of digitalisation is set to continue. But IT and marketing departments often find themselves at odds with one another. That’s why in this blog post, I’m going to show you how to set up a customer-centric application and a modern system that can be fully integrated and continuously developed in small steps.
26.02.2021 By Marty Kostmann
Companies that mainly operate in the B2C sector are increasingly dependent on their customers forming and communicating their opinions on the Internet. But how important are the reviews on Google and other similar portals for these companies, which key performance indicators play a role here and which tools and systems are used?
24.02.2021 By Louisa Burakowski & Anne Dennemann
As a result of the digital transformation, companies now generate and collect huge amounts of data. The potential of data to transform previous business models often falls by the wayside in many areas. So in this blog post, we explain how companies can integrate data as a key resource into day-to-day operations as well as business strategy with the help of the DDBMI process model.
22.02.2021 By Miriam Eckardt
No strategy, no success – this also applies to digital marketing. But what is the right way for a given company? Where does a company reach its customers in the digital world – and through which channels? This is where a digital marketing strategy comes into play. In this blog post, I explain how companies can make their marketing efforts easier, more efficient, more present and more successful with the right digital marketing strategy.
18.02.2021 By Tobias Deininger
How nice would it be to live in a world in which you as a software user wouldn’t have to care about 99 per cent of what went on and your data would still be protected. That can be more than just a dream. In the second part of my ‘Data protection in software development’ blog series, I explain what you should keep in mind when it comes to software development and introduce the principle of privacy by default.