Consulting

Here are our standard consulting areas. For requests in related areas just contact us!

Process Management

Use your strengths, remain competitive.

The Austrian approach of “That’s how we’ve always done it” is no guarantee for future succuss – quite the opposite. Retaining an existing system also means not improving it. In a world which becomes more and more fast-paced thanks to internet technologies and globalisation prompt and flexible reactions to changes are a requirement companies cannot evade for long without feeling the consequences. Standstill equals regression.

We help you to

  • find your own best practice in our company,
  • improve communication,
  • avoid redundancy, become more efficient and
  • as a consequence, save resources.

We map your existing processes, optimise them in accordance with your company’s requirements and support you in implementing them.

Our offer:

  • Process analysis
  • Conception
  • Evaluation
  • Support for certifications
  • Change management
  • Workshops

 

Liaison Implementation ERP Systems

Keep both costs and performance under control.

The implementation/change of ERP systems is usually a very time-consuming and costly matter and often provides for unpleasant surprises. It may turn out that the offered software package does not automatically include all expected and business critical functions, but instead expensive additional hours for adaptations need to be bought. In many cases the customer afterwards has less functions than expected – for a price that was considerably higher than expected. Customes often find the communication with software providers challenging, as they lack the insight into the industry and also the background knowledge what to consider when checking an offer for suitability for an organisation – prior to signing it.

We help you to

  • improve communication with your software provider by making sure the wording of your requirement is as clear and complete as possible and
  • record them in a functional specifications document.

Unfortunately, the functional specifications document is often foregone, and depending on the company’s size this can lead to additional costs in the amount of several thousand or even tens of thousands of Euros.

We do not only support you in creating a functional specifications document as a basis for negotiations, but also accompany your communication with your provider’s project managers to avoid costly misunderstandings. We furthermore assist you in constantly supervising and evaluating the implementation to prevent nasty surprises and exploding costs.

Our offer:

  • Support for creating functional specifications documents
  • Project management
  • Project controlling
  • Assistance in evaluating the implementation

 

Waste Management

Save resources, no matter how large your enterprise is.

There are two initial situations for companies when it comes to waste: Companies with more than 100 employees or respective statutory requirements must have a waste management concept. All other companies are not subject to any such regulations. But also smaller companies can profit from a waste management concept and save money. This is not only about proper disposal of waste, but also about saving resources through waste prevention. Another option is in many cases selling to companies that further process certain substances – what is waste to one company can be another company’s raw material and thus make earnings instead of expenses possible. We offer waste management concepts for all sizes and industries, starting from small enterprises with 2 trash barrels to indirect cost centers. Our services range from providing a basic concept with which your company then carries on independently to taking over the responsibilites of an external waste management agent according to Article 11 of the Waste Management Act.

Our offer:

  • ARA and ERA: check, creation and revision of concepts
  • Creating waste management concepts in accordance with official regulations
  • External waste management agent (Article 11 of the Waste Management Act)

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