ERP processes

ERP: primarily not an IT project, but an organizational project

Jack Wolfskin changes its processes over to the ”Dynamics AX 2012“ software by Microsoft. The outdoor clothing and equipment retailer expects high flexibility, scalability and lots of creative freedom. Will its wishes come true? ERP projects are often a massive effort and are frequently a lot more expensive than originally planned. We shed a light on what this is attributed to and what you can do about it in this focal topic.

Interview with Florian Bernauer, Managing Director maxess Systemhaus, Kaiserslautern, Germany

Software has to help users carry out their day-to-day business in the best way possible. In Florian Bernauer’s opinion, it is not enough to only superficially represent processes. You have to incorporate the in-depth knowledge of the individual associates into the software. The Managing Director of maxess sees inventory management as an essential tool for many hype topics in retail – from electronic shelf labels to mobile applications all the way to Cloud computing.



Interview with Johannes Schick, Managing Director höltl Retail Solutions, Bad Hersfeld

The materials inventory management software ”RetailFlow Enterprise“ by höltl was awarded “Top Produkt Handel 2012“ (top retail product of 2012) at the EuroCIS trade fair. What is behind all this? We spoke with Managing Director Johannes Schick. He believes that EDI is now also becoming feasible for smaller retailers. He has no time to rest though. The software market is a tough market.