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Great interest in Fraunhofer conference

PEARL Agency introduced windream


This year's conference "Document and workflow management 2010" was held from May 18 to 20 at Stuttgart. The congress – an event of the “Fraunhofer Institut für Arbeitswirtschaft und Organisation (IAO)” – showed how systems for document management and workflow automation can support enterprises in administering their business related documents efficiently. The conference was accompanied by the introduction of case studies.

From left to right: Oliver Veith (Business Alliance Manager windream), Daniel Seidl, Lars W. Steinhoff (Marketing Director windream)

Daniel Seidl, information officer of our customer PEARL Agency in Buggingen held a speech on the use of the windream ECM-system at the PEARL headquarters. PEARL counts amongst the leading European traders in the sector of PC-software and accessories.

In the speech, which was listened to by the audience with great interest, Daniel Seidl explained the special features of the windream integration into the PEARL-specific IT-infrastructure, which mainly required a close connection to the FibuNet finance system and to an ERP-solution developed by PEARL itself.

With windream, PEARL Agency administers incoming and outgoing invoices. Seidl emphasised that the PEARL staff can manage all invoices adequately with windream, although the data volume is steadily growing. Additionally, PEARL also uses windream to administer customer and supplier files.

Seidl announced that PEARL also wanted to use the windream Exchange e-mail archiving solution and the Business Process Management System windream BPM in future. The software shall mainly be used for process automation and shall allow an automated escalation management as well as a quick identification of bottlenecks occuring in the management of business processes. Meanwhile, the windream system has already been in use at PEARL for more than eight years now.

 

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