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   Jun 03

CeBIT Summary: Growing Interest In ERP Solutions

Exhibited the IPML as independent consultant for manufacturing SMEs at CeBIT in Hannover, Germany for the fourth time in a row. CeBIT fair balance of independent consulting firm IPML from 2nd to 6th March 2010 could gather visitors, prospects and customers at CeBIT about the IPML extensive services and discuss specific issues arising with the specialists. Rene Schuller, Managing Director of the IPML, drew a positive trade fair balance. Despite the shortening of the CeBIT to a day, increased the number of interested trade visitors at the IPML stand compared to 45%. The company could make not only numerous, important new contacts, but recorded also an increase in specific project requests. This increase shows that the theme again in 2010 importance has increased ERP implementation for many companies. Also, the independent consultant of the IPML confirm this trend.

Overall a brighter investment under the CeBIT visitors mood this year again. The implementation of ERP projects a challenging project, which is very difficult to deal with without external neutral support and professional tools. The IPML is its clients nationwide to all tasks in a wide range of ERP selection and introduction, as well as in the optimization of existing business processes with a proven and well thought out concept of advice and tools to the side. So also she presented at CeBIT new version of the company’s project management tool Sol ages took interest. This offers its users a well-structured and comprehensive support in the selection and implementation of business software solutions.

ERP portal, a comprehensive information portal around the topic of ERP is also linked about the IPML Sol ages. Further information about the company, see. The benefits of the project management tool Sol ages are shown on. There is also a link to request a demo version of Sol packages. The IPML ERP Portal is available under to the Available.

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