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AGGM Austrian Gas Grid Management AG decides to modernize its IT landscape with inubit. The integrated and audit-proof IT solution of the Berlin-based specialists for Business Process Management (BPM) software simplifies external and internal processes in the management of network access and capacity as well as in AGGM's network planning. An integrated expert monitoring and geo-based information system (GIS) supports data analysis and aids in the economic and strategic evaluations required in action planning.
Until recently, only few electricity customers changed their metering service provider. In pre- paring itself for the future, Allgäuer Überlandwerk, with the support of Bosch Software Innovations, has automated the WiM processes (Change Processes in Measurement). The company has already benefited from this move with a halving of the case processing time alongside process quality that is manually unachievable.
“With inubit E.ON Ruhrgas implemented a powerful EDI tool regarding the scope of operation and scalability. No noteworthy project specific modifications had to be conducted. We are pleased having achieved this high project target. We hope to participate in the future development of inubit, too.”
Udo Witteck, Project manager at E.ON Ruhrgas AG
“After the integration of the processes for the Swiss energy market and initial experience with inubit BPM, we were surprised by the software’s potential. We will expand its application to additional areas of the company in order to use the software’s capacities increasingly for networking heterogeneous IT systems and process monitoring and control.”
Andreas Eilingsfeld, project manager, ewz
“Workflow control makes work much easier for the users because they no longer have to collect the information required for processing the processes from a number of different sources. To achieve the highest level of automation possible, validation and plausibility check workflows have also been implemented. In addition, escalation mechanisms support punctual processing, especially for critical processes.”
Barbara Schröder, NetConnect Germany
“Without inubit BPM, Salzburg AG would not be able to offer the flexibility dictated by the market. It helps us meet requirements in a new, ground-breaking way. The option to adapt the software without having to involve Bosch Software Innovations support is one of the great advantages of this solution.”
Martin Olsen, Project Manager, Salzburg AG
"The central idea behind Smart City Rheintal is to link technological and societal innovations together and then implement them in a way that benefits people in the region. Bosch is our partner in setting up a Virtual Power Plant and is providing precisely the help we need to balance power consumption and generation, with electromobility as a key element in the equation."
Dipl. Ing. Christian Eugster, project manager Smart City Rheintal
"The StromPager broadcasting system helps us significantly reduce the risk of blackouts in Berlin’s power supply system."
Dr. Helmar Rendez, Chairman of Management of Stromnetz Berlin GmbH
As an important partner in the German and European gas market, Wingas demands a great deal from their IT environment. Company procedures must be adjusted efficiently, new systems must be designed for easy connectivity and scaling and new processes must be implemented quickly. In order to implement these IT requirements whilst maintaining the required levels of flexibility, Wingas decided to use inubit BPM.
EKZ Elektrizitätswerke des Kantons Zürich
EVH Energieversorgung Halle
Green Charge Networks
Open Grid Europe
St. Gallisch-Appenzellische Kraftwerke AG (SAK)
SWM Städtische Werke Magdeburg
VKW Vorarlberger Kraftwerke
At Bosch, highest quality tops the agenda when it comes to coating processes. That’s why the company launched a data analytics project. The objective was to clearly identify the process parameters that have a decisive impact on coating quality and recognize cause/effect correlations that previously went unnoticed. The predictive models developed are then applied to real-time data, in order to promptly detect deviations from the expected quality and, in turn, avoid corresponding quality losses. In projects such as these, we rely on a methodology developed in-house and on the application of complex machine learning methods.
At a Bosch plant in Suzhou, China, Bosch Software Innovations has realized an Industry 4.0 software project that promotes the manufacturing of high product variance in automotive electronic products. A joint project with the plant was established to develop a software solution for streamlining the complex production planning setup with high and low runners. It also manages clusters of highly parallel machines and lines to enable pool production for single steps in the manufacturing process. The result: Productivity improvements of up to 40% and stock level reductions of up to 30%.
To be able to react more quickly to faults and deviations, Bosch’s plant in Homburg has installed the Production Rules Configurator. This solution allows staff to monitor production data from multiple EDM machines and subject it to rule-based analysis. As a result, they can avoid production downtimes and quality losses.
In its hunt for a secure and efficient remote servicing solution, Bosch Sicherheitssysteme GmbH has hit the mark with Remote Service Manager. The secure remote access solution allows it to quickly access devices and facilities installed on customers’ premises in the event of a system failure. This reduces the number of unscheduled disruptions and enables service technicians to diagnose some two thirds of issues remotely and take immediate action to resolve the problem.
“Visual Rules isn’t just for BRM: you can use it just as effectively to tackle traditional level-2 problems, in which rule- and formula-based knowledge needs to be automated and systematically safeguarded.”
Quotation from the manager for raw steel quality, system, and process development
The IT architecture had grown over 15 years and the EDI communication was spread across several EDI server. This involved high efforts which were to be reduced with the introduction of an EAI standard software.
Within a proof of concept (POC) inubit BPM convinced thanks to its modern architecture, its modular construction and good user/role-concept. After a five day training, a core team of Gebrüder Weiss employees was able to conduct basic works independently.
"Visual Rules was chosen because of its ability to capture operational data from John Deere’s construction and forestry equipment and apply business intelligence from expert analysts within the company in order to generate automated decisions on a global basis. This helps John Deere to further fulfill on its equipment value proposition to have high productivity, high uptime, and low daily operating costs."
David S. Kim, Managing Director and CEO of Innovations Software Technology
“Based on the requirement catalog and the previous project implementation, we quickly recognized that the implementation of the portal solution based on inubit BPM represented the most innovative and flexible option to realign this part of the processes.”
Horst Esser, Manager of IT Application Systems
“inubit BPM was the most flexible and innovative tool. We could start with a small test license, implement the first pilot project and continually upgrade for company wide use.”
Gerhard Reicht, Senior Software Manager
The German subsidiary of Suzuki International Europe, part of the Suzuki Motor Corporation, has chosen Visual Rules for its Business Rules Management System (BRMS). One challenge facing the company's IT department has been to find the best means to consolidate efficiently their sensitive data from legacy systems (marketing, parts management, guarantees) while still ensuring quality as it is transferred to SAP. The solution was to introduce a Business Rules Management (BRM) system and involve the bookkeeping experts directly in the consolidation process.
Huf Hülsbeck & Fürst
RECARO Aircraft Seating
Yamaha Motor Corp.
“The advantage of our optimized document management is that the business processes in this area have been simplified and made more efficient. As a service provider, we always try to give the users in the departments access to the best possible tools and provide them with the best possible service. With the path we have now taken, we are striving to achieve this in a consequent and sustainable manner.”
Günter Heppes, CIO at Bartels-Langness
"Instead of 2,000 lines of spaghetti code, we've now implemented the USPS price catalog in the form of readable modules that are validated by business experts. We now have a full understanding of the implemented regulations – and what’s more, we can quickly implement any changes."
Robert Werner, Head of Functional Architecture, DHL Global Mail
“We have managed to cut the time required for entering new articles in half and focus even more on data quality assurance. Paperless communication in the now media discontinuity-free process also saves about 300,000 pages of paper.”
Maik Behnke, Core Process Management Edeka Minden-Hannover
„Since the launch six months ago, 25,000 invoices have already gone through the automated verification. While we previously verified the invoices only on a random sampling basis, the rate is now 100%. In addition to automated verification of commercial invoices, we are also looking at largely automated verification of material cost invoices.”
Commercial Director at ELMER
“Introducing the mobile inventory applications to the Penny stores resulted in a significant fast-track of all inventory-related business processes.“
Thomas Friedl, Director RIS TIH Handels-System,REWE Group
“We made the right choice when we replaced our own systems with inubit BPM. With inubit BPM, we now have a powerful and flexible system at hand.”
Andreas von Czapiewski, Managing Director of sellysolutions
3e Handels- und Dienstleistungs AG
Amway Japan G.K.
Bruno Bader GmbH + Co. KG
DHL Excel Supply Chain
Einkaufsverband Deutscher Einzelhändler
Fr. Meyer´s Sohn
GO! General Overnight
Siemens Transportation Systems (UK)
Tönnies Software Innovation
WASGAU Produktions & Handels AG
In order to improve and stabililze its own markekt position, FRIWO wants to present itself as innovative company, show its customers new ways and continually improve cooperation. To achieve these goals, FRIWO relies on the electronic exchange of business data via the EAI component of inubit BPM, using the industry standard RosettaNet.
“We stay more flexible if we integrate our numerous small systems than we would if we adjusted our processes in a monolithic block. If a new system is required because of a new process, we simply connect this system without having to question everything else again.”
Thomas Wisgalla, IT Manager at HL komm
“Approximately 70% of the orders and mutations are now processed fully automatically to a degree of 90%. In addition, all processes are now documented. We can use this basis to continuously optimize our business processes.”
Urs Fankhauser, project manager SBB Telekom
Alcatel-Lucent Network Services
artelis / VSE NET GmbH
Calltrade Carrier Services
PFALZKOM | MANET
Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente
T-Systems do Brasil
"Visual Rules has been a strategic choice for the pension applications and will play a key role. Our business requires a user-friendly rules development platform and a fast rules execution engine. This is exactly what visual rules is good at. As runtime rules interpretation and rules inferencing are not required, we have definitely excluded this class of solutions. Having the technical solution, we also needed to make sure to have a reliable leading partner - at least for the next 10 years. Bosch Software Innovations fulfills these needs perfectly."
Philippe Schallon, architect for the pension administration project at SmalS-MvM
To ensure that the entire application process is customer-friendly and handled electronically, BAFzA decided to introduce a web portal based on the inubit BPM-Suite Business Process Management (BPM) software.
In the long-term, BAFzA wants to provide citizens with a modern service infrastructure and, in the context of expanding its field of activity, make all areas more process-oriented. In a first step, the electronic handling of ESF grants from application to complete funds management and reporting is now being implemented using the inubit BPM-Suite. This not only simplifies the application process and reduces processing times but also improves the quality of processing.
“In addition to the information services, basic services and links, inubit Case Management provides all of the tools for processing applications and cross-department communications electronically and without media discontinuity. The data protection requirements and the legally required traceability of communications and data exchange are completely fulfilled.”
Rainer Baalcke, E-Government Strategy Officer
Today, business sales and individual income tax statements are in the majority returned as paper files. The target of the Minnesota Department´s "Electronic Filing Program" is to dramatically raise the share of the electronic returns - and thus save processing time.
Within this program, the BRMS is used for the validation of the tax data. Data like the tax and business IDs, the tax amounts as well as periods are checked for correctness and completeness by Visual Rules.
Kanton / Stadt Schaffhausen
Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia (LTSA)
Migrationsamt des Kantons Zürich
Office national d'allocations familiales
Senatsverwaltung für Justiz
United States Navy (USA)
ZHAW - Zentrum für Wirtschaftsinformatik
“Such a heterogeneous and dynamically changing system and user landscape requires a high level of integration by the software. inubit BPM does this and helps us be a reliable and competent IT services provider for our customers today and in the future.”
Thomas Maier, Project Manager, Burda Digital Systems
“Prior to the implementation of Visual Rules, we were forced to determine the sales commissions manually using an error-prone Excel model. Visual Rules did not only shorten the process from four days to two hours, it also provides us with quality data.”
Ugo Albarello, Business Architect at El Tiempo
“inubit made it possible to successfully implement the vision of flexible end-to-end process design of the Organizational Development Department at HanseMerkur and thus create an important module for achieving the strategic goals. The process design creates more transparency and lets departments and IT come together.“
Frank Mielke, IT Architect and Project Manager, HanseMerkur
“inubit is an innovative and efficient tool for process automation. Particularly in the sales field, which is highly dynamic and characterized by ever more complex requirements, inubit BPM supports us in adapting our processes in an agile manner and allows us to focus on our core competencies.”
Percy Wippler, Business Unit Manager IT, IDEAL Lebensversicherung a.G.
The Myeloma Foundation has build a timely cancer care information system based on Visual Rules. Learn more about the application, the underlying architecture and why Visual Rules was chosen as their preferred system.
Using inubit BPM, the Kassenärztliche Vereinigung Bayerns (Bavarian health insurance association) is introducing automated processes into its workflow management. For its members, this means that bureaucracy is cut back as much as legal requirements allow, while for KVB employees it means increased efficiency in recording applications and processing tasks. This leaves greater scope for improving member services as well as for other value-adding activities.
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McDonald´s has nearly 1,480 restaurants in Germany, of which around 80 percent are operated by licensees. Until recently, whenever building issues arose, the company relied on a wide range of different communication channels to discuss them with its restaurant operators. Introducing the standardized ODST communication platform and a highly integrated service system based on inubit BPM has allowed the fast-food retailer to increase the transparency of the reporting process and make the ensuing clarification process much more effective.
Audi Japan K.K
Global Travel Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Rezolve Group, Inc.
United States Navy