abas 360° user conference

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Join us for the abas 360° user conference at the Kongresszentrum in Karlsruhe, Germany, from September 25-26, 2014, where you will hear about the latest features of the abas Business Suite total ERP solution.

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abas Newsletter May 2014

ERP Highlights and More: ERP package by abas supports made-to-order and serial production at ANDRITZ Ritz | Odette 2014:ERP specialist abas says industry-specific ERP software is key to survive ongoing price squeeze

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Odette 2014: ERP specialist Abas says industry-specific ERP software is key to survive ongoing price squeeze
Odette 2014:ERP specialist abas says industry-specific ERP software is key to survive ongoing price squeeze

Karlsruhe, Germany, May 12, 2014 — Despite recent market growth, automotive manufacturers and their component suppliers still face intense pressure. Without industry-specific ERP tools, particularly mid-market companies find themselves largely unprepared to meet the demanding process and pricing requirements of the market. At the 2014 Odette conference in France, Abas Software AG, a global ERP vendor, will present how Abas customers are able to improve their competitiveness.

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ANDRITZ Ritz product program for the handling of conveying tasks in the water, mining, sewage and offshore industries.
ERP package by abas supports made-to-order and serial production at ANDRITZ Ritz

Karlsruhe, Germany, May 6, 2014 — Water is a valuable resource and sometimes has to be drawn from deep sources. In the Middle Ages, well-skilled builders built wells with a depth of up to 176 meters. The water was then pumped by sheer muscular strength. Today's mineral springs often have depths of over 1,000 meters. Muscular strength, either human or animal would quickly reach its limits. Today, this task is carried out by highly efficient pumps. For example, those manufactured by ANDRITZ Ritz.

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