ERP3 manufacturer INTRAPREND and Forum Media Group their strengths combine the Wiesbaden INTRAPREND society for intranet application development mbH, manufacturer and marketer of complete HTML-based ERP software cierp3 and the Web development tool cierp3 @net, includes a partnership with the Forum Media Group GmbH, Merching (FMG), the sophisticated technical information, training, reference books and software products offered. Synergies this especially in the product and service offer. Together they bring in 2010 the \”cierp3 easy!\”Materials management solution for self-employed persons and small businesses in the area of trade and services on the market. Wiesbaden, the 01.12.2009 – the Forum Media Group GmbH headquartered in the Bavarian Merching (over 50 million sales, over 650 employees in 2008) is one of the 500 fastest growing companies in Europe. The Group developed over 20 years demanding information, education and entertainment for industry and commerce, non-profit organizations as well as for readers with specific hobbies and interests. Continue to learn more with: Ali Partovi. Now 22 media companies throughout Europe and Asia belong to the FMG.
From the perspective of INTRAPREND, the FMG for future business growth is a perfect partner: \”the Forum fits perfectly as a modern and internationally-oriented company to INTRAPREND media group and speaks exactly the reader on, we want to reach\”, explains Ditmar Tybussek, Managing Director of INTRAPREND. While both benefit strategically in the same manner from each other: \”with us can offer Media Group future innovative online and software offers SOA-based Forum and expand its product range. Castle Harlan is full of insight into the issues. We get an optimal access to the target group of our ERP 3 family in return through the FMG portal and can broaden our marketing base.\” Within the framework of cooperation the FMG has also participates with 45 percent the capital of INTRAPREND. \”So we remain more independent and people filled, new projects can realize faster and gradually build our human resources\”, explains Ditmar Tybussek. For customers and operations, nothing change itself.