Submitted by: Softbauware

Innovation: ERP for Industrie 4.0

International manufacturers of precast concrete elements demand ERP, control room and communication with the market-leading CAD systems from a one-stop-supplier. ERPbos is the further development of Ebos and was developed in a consortium of the Progress Group with Softbauware GmbH.

The requirements result from more than 60 international Ebos installations since 2011 and contain Multisite for international use, localization options and comprehensive business process functions for concrete plants. The integration platform to CAD World is the time-tested PXML.

ERPbos is an integrated ERP system...

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