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Production sites by data suppliers to data users Lindau, August 8, 2011 the company ALPLA is a leading company in the plastic processing. The core business is the manufacture and design of plastic bottles, caps and packaging systems. Already in 1955, the international company was founded by Alwin Lehner and his siblings in the Austrian hard in Vorarlberg. The company counts more than 10,000 employees in over 140 factories in 37 countries, thus, the family-owned company offers a worldwide service network that is second to none. The turnover in 2010 were 2.6 billion euros. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Asana has to say. ALPLA had set itself the goal, eMIS all works within the framework of the project”to integrate into a standardized reporting system based on database for consistent reports. The enterprise management information system (eMIS”) allows all stakeholders worldwide access to decision-relevant data with the help of a Web platform.

Own additions and extensions are always possible. Also the possibility of budget variations to start simulations or to respond without changing the target budget complicated quickly to changing market conditions. Everything is documented by the system and historicized. For eMIS”a data warehouse built on originally services based on MS-SQL Server 2000 with analysis. Is the required production data from the works are imported automatically. After the first stage of implementing BI with standard reports, the gradual extension of the systems was to achieve a targeted and continuous optimization. Because it has been found that the works understood primarily as data suppliers for the headquarters and not as a direct user data reported himself. In addition, the flexibility of the reports did not meet the requirements and could be answered only by inefficient processes certain issues at the headquarters. Resulting actions at ALPLA were derived to obtain a long-term optimization of the identified situation. Starting on the Central sales area created a prototype for data analysis to check the general concept of flexible data analysis.

Frankfurt Book Fair

CONTENTSERV GmbH and its implementation partner net.any GmbH on the world’s largest book fair grant insights into their current Web-to-print publishing solutions. Rohrbach ILM / Berlin, September 17, 2010: CONTENTSERV GmbH, the leading provider of software and its implementation partner net.any GmbH grant on the world’s largest book fair insights into their current Web-to-print publishing solutions for agencies, publishers and printers. In the publishing sector and for prepress service providers are cumbersome and costly coordination processes with many stakeholders (customers, authors, editors, DTP and advertising department, external agencies) in the printer position on the agenda. To claim, in a crowded market requires therefore on the one hand to tie cost savings through streamlined processes and innovative approaches to customers. In the know ‘, in Hall 4.0, stand A1308, is CONTENTSERV, on Wednesday and Thursday, the 6th and 07.10.2010, its modular applications for optimized processes in the print and media management present. With you can all stakeholders through a single Web-based portal of the customer about the creative service providers up to its own employees, directly print and media processes be integrated into. The communication as well as the vote and create multi-page print publications are controlled via a sophisticated workflow management.

“Within the framework of the in the know ‘ space integrated Forum publishing production, the meeting place for media professionals at the book fair, Mrs Tulin oczigdem, area sales manager of CONTENTSERV GmbH, will control in the short lecture MultiPage publications by A-Z Web-based” present at the 06.10.2010 at 15:30 the practical implementation of a central, Web-based publication planning. On the 07.10.2010 at 13:15 Mr. Ralf Eichner demonstrates how to Managing Director of net.any GmbH and partner of CONTENTSERV in a further brief presentation, the opportunities to improve efficiency, especially in the book production by means of Web-based workflow tracking by the author to the production. With the CS publishing box CONTENTSERV also shows a special standard Web-to-print package that is tailored to printers and media service providers.

Insights Into The Benefits And Use Of Virtual Infrastructure Solutions

Fast lane training update: ‘ Virtualization: concepts, potentials & risks (VIRT) Hamburg/Berlin, 18 January 2010 IT training expert fast lane has the course of Virtualization: concepts, potentials & risks (VIRT) important content added and updated. The focus of cross training are current virtualization solutions as well as their applications. The two-day training is aimed mainly at administrators, decision makers, project managers and consultants. An overview of the different areas of virtualization provides the participants the advantages and disadvantages of this technology. This, in particular the differences between non-virtualized environments appear. The experts by fast lane also explain how virtual infrastructure into an existing IT landscape are to be integrated.

In a closing sequence as examples some commercial virtualization solutions are compared with how VMware vSphere, Citrix Xen server and Microsoft Hyper-V. Courses at a glance: -. Term definition and history of virtualization in the IT sector – different areas of virtualization – virtualization of operating systems/environments – virtualization of hardware components – grid computing – Applicationvirtualization – desktop virtualization – integration of virtualization solutions into an existing IT landscape – backup of virtual machines – managing virtual components – access to virtual machines – deployment of virtual machines (lab management, templates, images) – impact virtual solutions on the operation – commercial virtualization compared – VMware vSphere Citrix Xen Server – Microsoft Hyper-V events: Berlin: 18/02-19.02.2010 Berlin: 04-05.03.2010 Hamburg: 03-March 19, 2010 price (excl. VAT): 1.090,-more information about the course available under the following link available: course/fl-virt. Fast lane brief portrait: the fast lane group with headquarters in Berlin, Cary (NC), San Jose de Costa Rica, Ljubljana, St. Petersburg and Tokyo is specialist for IT training and Consulting in the field of high-end.

Fast lane is an independent and certified worldwide Cisco Learning solutions partner (CLSP), as well as the only worldwide NetApp learning partner and has the world’s largest training laboratories of the two manufacturers. In addition, fast lane offers the original training from check point, Cisco IronPort, HP, Sun, Symantec, VMware and other manufacturers as well as own IT training, ITIL – and project management seminars. Multi-vendor services ranging from preliminary analyses and evaluations about the development of future-oriented solutions to the management of the project and to the implementation of the concepts in the company. Training-on-the-job and training of competent specialists in the customers core business areas connect the fast lane services training and consulting. More information: fast lane Institute for knowledge transfer GmbH gas 4 D-22761 Hamburg contact person: Barbara Jansen Tel.