Babcock Noell GmbH Acquires Windream Company License

Project data with windream Bochum managed global nuclear -, magnetic – and environmental technology companies. The Babcock Noell GmbH (BNG), an internationally operating company of Bilfinger Berger power Services GmbH with seat in Wurzburg, has opted for windream as a company-wide enterprise-content-management-system. Babcock Noell is one of the world’s leading companies in the market segments of nuclear, magnetic and environmental technology. The decision for the ECM system windream fell following a tender launched by the BNG from the Bochum windream GmbH emerged victorious. The tendering, selection and evaluation process was accompanied Research Center (BARC) by the Wurzburg business application, a recognized research and consulting with a focus on the areas of business intelligence and enterprise content management (ECM).

The decision in favour of the ECM system windream was preceded by extensive market research and evaluations on the basis of a detailed list of criteria. No “Breach of the concept” Wolfgang Kreuzer, CIO at Babcock Noell GmbH, stressed out all that that many of the systems on the market over the years across historically were grown and are thus often ‘Concept breaks’ would have arisen in the operation of the various systems. That was not the case so Cruiser literally with windream clearly. The IT Manager at Babcock Noell is convinced above all by the simple and logical operation concept, which stringently extends across all functional areas: “windream we bring our employees exactly where they are located. This means that they can simply as usual continue their work without having to learn the new system. Due to the integration of ECM functions in Windows and Windows Explorer windream requires no training.” A further feature of the ECM system windream sees the Cruiser fact that windream also hyperlinks easily managed. For Babcock Noell, this is important, as the company manages many project-related data into complex Excel spreadsheets containing the references to associated documents in windream.

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