The challenges facing the energy industry are constantly growing. Challenges that make progressive digitization indispensable. Scalable solutions that are future-proof and can be implemented at a calculable cost are particularly in demand.
In just nine months, consultants and developers from CLC xinteg, together with the project team from ZF Friedrichshafen AG, succeeded in standardizing important supplier management processes and making them more user-friendly and efficient.
The Mainzer Stadtwerke (MSW) uses the SAP add-on CLC-PADD® Legal+ to manage its complete legally relevant information and documents in an SAP legal file - all using state-of-the-art apps based on the SAP Fiori standard. Previously, a database solution was used that required a ...
International SAP Conference for Chemicals 2021
27 - 29 April 2021
During the three days of the event in April, the major players in the industry will discuss the latest SAP innovations. This year we are represented with our tool CLC-PADD® "Product File", together with our industry partner Consilio GmbH.
Digitally mapped application processes are becoming increasingly important not only in public administration. Companies are also looking more and more specifically for a support option for general data entry. The importance of linking the application processes with a direct connection to the in-house SAP system and thus also centrally mapping the further processing of the recorded data is becoming all the greater.
With the CLC tools - in the approach as well as in the field-tested tools - it is possible to bring all data and information into one view. A view that, in the specific case of the product specification file, represents everything that the user needs on a workflow basis and to which he has authorization.
With the support of CLC consultants, our client, a global player in the precision mechanics and optics industry, has successfully mapped use cases from existing legacy databases into SAP Records Management.
Although companies today use a leading ERP system to support strategic business processes, they still have a large number of legacy applications that have been developed and optimized as isolated solutions over many years. Yet the efficiency gains and added value that can be achieved by replacing these applications with digital processes and functions already integrated in the ERP system are obvious.