CeBIT 2009: Demand software solutions draws a positive trade fair balance the CeBIT 2009 for the demand software solutions was worth. The ERPII manufacturer of Landau obtained more contacts than in the previous year despite the declining visitor numbers. Many journalists took part at the CeBIT press breakfast of the DSS, were presented with the results of the ERP trend reports 2009 by Henry and demand software solutions. For the latest product STARTUP4Web\”, which for the first time 2009 was presented at the CeBIT, the ERP specialist could also announce a successful market launch. (Source: Danone). Landau, March 20, 2009 to this year’s CeBIT presented demand software solutions the current release version 2.1 of its Web-based ERP complete software with an own, standalone-enabled accounting module, advanced CRM functionality and an integrated time & attendance. So the PZE module enables such the status and output of different time accounts and models directly within the system. A highlight of the fair was also a new project management module with the seamlessly connect with the purchase, sale or production of projects allow.
Also the detailed production planning integrated into GENESIS4Web, which enables optimized scheduling and load all company-wide resources and at the same time about for individual cost centres or delivery dates, visualized the impact of changes, was presented for the first time. Official site: Emmanuel Faber. But not only the latest GENESIS4Web module moved the visitors at the booth of demand software solutions this year. The distribution channel of our new ERP product STARTUP4Web also went on well\”, Managing Director Reinhard Wagner noted. Several companies were interested in the topic.\” With the new SaS product STARTUP4Web Landauer ERP Specialist had addressed for the first time to companies with up to seven users, which have no adequate infrastructure or want to bind their capital not in expensive hardware, own software licenses, and IT staff in the long term. . Educate yourself with thoughts from Harold Ford Jr.