Step by Step to a virtual process twin

New opportunities for a more precise analysis and design of value networks

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Case study: Supreme Command in a "Business War Room"

With SAP S/4HANA, HENSOLDT Optronics has a real-time overview of data critical to its success. The practical example of HENSOLDT Optronics illustrates how single-stage migration to HANA and S/4HANA Finance became a win-win situation for all involved.

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"Structure follows Strategy"

The introduction of SAP S/4HANA: its implications and opportunities for corporate strategy. In the interview, Prof. Dr. Andreas Pasckert and Prof. Dr. Peter Gordon Rötzel from the Aschaffenburg University of Applied Sciences describe the extent to which companies can benefit from SAP migration, and what mistakes they should avoid.

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Breaking the Mold as a Factor for Success

Threat or opportunity? How established automotive industry suppliers can hold their own in the switch to e-mobility. E-mobility poses a threat to virtually every company that supplies components and systems for the traditional powertrain. We use a product-market matrix to demonstrate opportunities for survival

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“The charging infrastructure is the Achilles heel of electromobility”

Interview with Christoph Stoppok, Managing Director of Electronic Components and Systems and PCB & Electronic Systems at ZVEI. Christoph Stoppok explains what effects e-mobility may have on companies, and which obstacles are currently being overcome.

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Multi-dimensional Circuit Carriers using Additive Manufacturing

Beta LAYOUT: Prototypes for new printed circuit boards developed with EOS technology. PCB specialist Beta LAYOUT faced a number of different challenges when manufacturing customized prototypes for interconnect devices. A workpiece produced using additive manufacturing that receives its functionality via direct laser structuring provided the solution.

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Potential for Creative Transformation

More than just gimmicks – the use of 3D printing components in industry. Industrial 3D printing is claimed to significantly reduce production times and costs while making the supply chain more flexible. The technology has great potential to creatively transform traditional production processes across all sectors.

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