Software Solutions

Our products are based on an in-house developed application framework, which already covers most of the basic functionality that an application needs to run. By using a code generator and flexible configurations of single modules, we are able to implement the individual needs of our customers in an easy and efficient way. The saved time and resources result in a price-performance ratio on which we are very proud.

Project Management

Project Management is defined as the discipline of planning, controlling and monitoring of projects. A project realization can involve a single person or several thousand people. Accordingly, the tools ranging from simple to-do lists up to complex organizations exclusively founded for that purpose and massive support by software. Therefore, one of the main tasks of project management, before the project begins, is to determine which common fitting project management methods in this specific project should be applied and weighted. An implementation of all known methods in a small project would lead to overload the project administration and make the cost/benefit relationship of such tool higly questionable.

Internal Audit

Quality Management supports the management in its monitoring function as part of their control task by carrying out independent, internal audit mandates. It is an independent review board directly subordinate to the board of directors/the management of an organization and therefore usually a staff position. Their task is both the confirmation of facts as well as relevant advice on organizational issues. The purpose of the Internal Audit is also to generate value by contributing to lasting improvements in critical business processes and conducts regular reviews of management and risk control, as well as other internal controls. The work of internal audit increases the value of the organization as a whole, can create individual superprofits or get more net product. Certified internal auditors are subjected to an internationally accepted code of ethics and professional standards of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA).

Risk Management

Risk Management is the systematic collection and evaluation of risks and the control of reactions to perceived risks. Before the risk assessment, prior to the risk analysis, a risk matrix is defined that maps the elementary parameters likelihood and extent of damage to an acceptance range. During the risk assessment, each in the risk analysis phase identified hazard will be assessed from the point of probability and extent of damage. Goal of minimizing risks, it is ultimately for all risks that are in the unacceptable range, is to set measures that can reduce their likelihood and/or extent of damage.

Crisis Management

Crisis Management designates the systematic handling of crises. This includes the identification and analysis of crisis situations, the development of strategies, if not already done in the context of risk management, as well as the initiation and prosecution of countermeasures. Many crises can be traced back to poor strategic decisions or misconducts in emergency situations. The availability of decision-critical informations and the ability to cope with negative events promptly are a good protection against crises.

Security Management

Security Management is defined as the planning, regulation and control of security in a company. A central component of a safety management is a security concept. Here will be, all relevant conditions, the defined security targets of the company as well as measures to achieve the objectives described or defined. The security concept is in accordance with the basis for the planning and implementation of individual safety measures. The aim of the creation and implementation of a security policy is to achieve planned levels of safety and minimization of identified risks.

Output Management

Output Management is the creation, generation, control and distribution of electronic or physically present documents to all intended recipients in the company or outside a company. In addition, the documents should be easily readable, printable or storable. Documents can exist in print, fax, email or in any other forms and may be produced with a pretty big scale of different document technologies. The Output Management has the task to recognize errors and if necessary propagates the job to an alternative system for a new run. Output Management is a component of Enterprise Content Management, to provide a controlled flow of information to various target groups on different output channels in digital or physical form.