GmbH Wilfried Heinrich Pastorat Street

Ogitix study: cost savings and quality improvement are a logical follow-up step of the previous standardization efforts of Cologne expected to principal benefits automation of IT processes, 06.04.2010 – most companies have only a low degree of automation of IT processes, although they mostly see a great need to do so. According to a survey of the Ogitix Software AG under more than 300 medium-sized and large companies expect the IT executives questioned them especially significant cost savings, a quality win in the processes and a more efficient exploitation of the technical resources and the possibility of introducing concepts for self-service. According to the study, three-fourths of the companies assign a high or at least increasing importance the topic of automation in their strategic planning. Only 16 percent of IT managers see here currently no significant need for strategic action, for 7 percent the automation of IT processes is not important in the long term. After the introduction standard IT processes on the basis of best practice standards such as ITIL is”well its automation in the foreground, judge Ogitix Board Ingo Buck. This constitutes the next logical step for optimization of performance quality and efficiency in managing IT. However, companies still face significant tasks. Because currently only every seventh of the surveyed firms assessed their IT processes as a largely automated.

27 per cent cast their degree of automation as sufficient, significantly more than the half however as low. This shows the need for action is as great in practice”, Buck refers to the significant discrepancy between the strategic objectives of the company and their current status. However, the benefits appear too high, that the companies with the current situation are likely to be satisfied. Because over two-thirds promise a sustainable improvement in quality by an Automation of IT processes significant expense savings, similar to many also. Also a higher utilisation of the called by 60 percent of those polled as advantage technical resources in the IT infrastructure.

Mostly they promise including a more flexible IT service organisation and the possibility of introducing self services. IT managers are increasingly under budget pressure, must nevertheless ensure continuously higher performance quality”, Buck problematized. This balancing act is only to cope with, if a high degree of process automation is achieved”, recommends the Ogitix Board of Directors. He pointed out that potentials for increasing efficiency in the processes. Significantly less handles do not only faster processes, but the Automation reduces the error rate, which in turn creates a rationalisation of the finishing.” About OGiTiX Software AG: OGiTiX Software AG is a German company based in Cologne, Germany. OGiTiX solutions connect the existing systems, coordinate and control the processes and automate the business – and IT-services. Projects and operation very cost efficient because they are made without programming and without lengthy analysis phases with rapid results. OGiTiX strengthens the role of a responsible IT within the company. An IT that supports business processes directly, actively works on the business objectives and thus contribute value to the company as a whole. Well-known customers already rely on solutions from OGiTiX. meetBIZ & think-tank GmbH Wilfried Heinrich Pastorat Street 6, D-50354 Hurth phone: + 49 (0) 2233 6117-72, fax: + 49 (0) 2233 6117-71

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BMW Motorsport

Most tuning companies – independent private enterprise. Even amg – 'court' specialist fine-tuning 'Mercedes-Benz' – began and until 1 January 1999 has remained privately owned, although it has been fully integrated into Stuttgart activities of concern. However, sometimes there are exceptions: the 'political' decisions emanating from the offices of senior management are bordering on an art field of activity, as tuning and motor sport, 'Grafted' largest automobile companies. That is the beginning of a brilliant way 'BMW Motorsport GmbH', a subsidiary of 'BMW AG', established in Munich under the title, to carry out activities in the field of motor sport and submission of the German automaker at racetracks around the world. This momentous event is taking place in 1972, when a potential rival Bavarian 'coupe' series 'CS' – 'Ford Capri RS' – for the second consecutive time goes unconditional winner of European championship circuit races. Generally bmw back in the 60's became one of the dominant brands in the 'Touring Car ring'. First firm to represent rear-engined racing Thrace '700 '-I, after 1962 -' new class' – 4-door 'sedans' with engines from 1.5 liters and above. In 1963, a '1500 'version adds a second volume of 1,8 liters (1773 cm3, 90 hp). A year later – its modification '1800Ti '(same motor, 2 two-compartment carb, 110 hp) And '1800Ti / SA' (further changes to the engine, suspension, transmission, 130 hp). If the latter, under the leadership of bmw dvigatelista Paul Roche (Paul Rosche), intended for sale to amateur racers, the '1800Ti 'became the basis for a racing car factory team.

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