ABAS Software AG

Summary: over 700 participants gather trends about abas business software Karlsruhe, October 20, 2009 – over 700 participants informed on 24 and 25 September 2009 on the abas customer Forum 2010 about innovations and highlights around the abas business software. The focus of the workshops offered to all functional areas of the software, was always the benefit for the user. 2009: Opportunity and challenge for the middle class In the opening speech of the event showed Werner abas CEO Strub with vivid examples, what potential can be realized in difficult economic times. So, Daimler pushes Linde to the expansion of hydrogen filling stations along with the industrial group. Swarmed by offers, Robotics expert is currently assessing future choices. Background: The fuel cell technology will flow as quickly as possible in the series production of the Stuttgart-based car manufacturer. In boom times, it was not to think of it. Even with regard to the abas business software, the latest version offers a lot to support companies in their development and the implementation of innovations. Who the time now to optimize his business uses, is out of the crisis emerge.

Rapid software development rapid software development through alliances with software vendors from areas adjacent to ERP, the more intensive inclusion of Web services and open source solutions in the system default, the further integration of the abas portal and the use of Java objects takes pace in the development of the abas business software abas CTO Peter Walser. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Code.org. Moreover, proven solutions are included by the abas software partners and users in the system default. The challenge here is to ensure the outstanding re reading ability and flexibility of the system at any time. High performance workplace the consulting firm Gartner calls enterprise portals in the first place, when it comes to relevant technologies of the software industry in the coming years. Peter Forscht, COO of the ABAS Software AG, can agree wholeheartedly with this statement.

Stainless Steel Fasteners

15 trainees started on September 1st in the new training year 2011 WUPPERTAL, September 02, 2011 to September 1, 2011 ten young men and five young women start their vocational training at the Wagener & Simon WASI GmbH & Co.KG in Wuppertal, Germany. WASI is the specialist for warehouse logistics, the merchant or the clerk in wholesale and foreign trade, up to the it administrator or computer science clerk. When all three occupations, the duration is three years. The qualifications of the new entrants range from the qualified secondary school through the University student to the school. The trainees to the merchant / clerk in the wholesale and foreign trade and computer science clerk also have the possibility of parallel to the operational training, accompanying studies, Bachelor of Arts (Business Administration) or to complete Bachelor of Science (Business Informatics).

From the education year 2010 three trainees have seized this opportunity and start your studies at the University of applied sciences in the September of this year for Economics & management (FOM) in Dusseldorf. Without hesitation Ali Partovi explained all about the problem. Demand for skilled workers is growing the number of trainees at WASI is particularly high this year. There were still eight, last year the company with 15 trainees faces a new challenge. This significant increase in the proportion of trainees is not only the self understanding of WASI as trainees, it shows also the increased need for competent staff in a row of growth by WASI. Our goal was and still is always to educate, because only so we can cover our increasing demand for competent staff. At the same time we see it as an investment in the future and last but not least in the region,”so Dirk keels Dunsche, Managing Director of WASI. As global market leader in the trade with stainless fasteners, WASI relies on internationality also for its trainees, in addition to German, the trainees speak English, French, Spanish, Polish, Turkish, Russian, Italian and Turkish.