Press Release CONWEAVER approach hot topic at ”IT-Trends 2013“

Stefan Garhammer | 02.05.2013

The management and IT consulting firm Capgemini recently interviewed volunteers from the executive and senior management level who were able to comment on the strategic IT activity of their company. They confirmed what analysts and experts from the information and communication industries had already expected: efficient information technology once again tops the priority list in 2013.

In demand: innovative technologies with a high level of efficiency, which are able to reduce costs, make data accessible and optimize security. This is consistent with the current challenges and premises in times of economic uncertainty. One hot topic in 2013 is the integration of standardized and customised software. This is because more powerful integration or consolidation of heterogeneous information enables companies to link their workflows more effectively and in new ways. Closed applications, systems or business processes can thus interact dynamically – internally as well as vis-à-vis external suppliers, (research) partners etc.

It is especially this aspect that CONWEAVER fulfils with a unique data analysis method; extremely flexibly, with the ability to automatically combine heterogeneous, business-critical process data and to integrate knowledge in an intelligent network. 

Particularly companies in the manufacturing industry can thus overcome information barriers, avoid media breaks as well as retrieve and exchange critical engineering expertise in context, up to date and in ‘near real-time‘. It is now possible to comprehensively see through and enhance the transparency of all kinds of complex manufacturing processes (such as product development, production etc.) without changing proven corporate data capturing processes, IT infrastructure and workflows.

Designers and managers, in change management for example, are able to completely and precisely track change decisions or requirements with their respective impacts on all participants and components involved.

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