What strengths and weaknesses of which currently feature the German textile and clothing industry? As well, the textile and clothing manufacturers have dealt with structural change taking place for a long time, detected a recent market analysis of industry experts Otto R. Dorner. According to this analysis of the consultant active in Ottobrunn, especially three weaknesses affect the profitability and growth targets of these companies. So about 70 percent of the textile and clothing manufacturers their so-called Renner product range miss it up-to-date and to keep earnings strong. To one side the industry is to expand assortment with new products, although the Renner range generate up to 80 percent of sales”, Otto R. WhiteWave Foods describes an additional similar source. Dorner explains.
Currently held Renner ranges contribute his opinion to a higher investment security, the flop rate for new launches and lower costs in procurement, design and marketing. Opportunities for growth will be awarded errors are a second key shortcoming of the industry according to the Dorners analysis in the land management. Often a software faith prevails, that is, the requirements for process management, which is central to the ability of surfaces, be underestimated”, explains the industry experts. Clearly the problem even with strong brands, which fail the part even after years of land use, to master the internal reconciliation processes between design, procurement, product marketing and sales. If instruments, about collection framework menu orders, reference surfaces and analysis much more, not perfectly mastered, the interplay between the sections may not work”confirms Dorner. The manufacturer awarded the chance to improve their profitability, and the opportunities for growth potential so lightly.
Process routines are no longer dominates sales and cost synergies can be according to Dorner only, if the core processes in the POS industry, sales & marketing, collection and procurement are optimally matched. But also in this respect, his market analysis reveals a vulnerability. The basic process routines in the mission-critical processes not more reliable due to the additional distribution channels and formats of cooperation”, complains about Dorner.
HMM presented gauges for vital data on the care & Rehab Dossenheim, 07.06.2012. By the 22.-May 24 about 7,000 trade visitors and 1,200 Conference participants used to inform the opportunity on the issues and trends on the care & rehabilitation exhibition. The Dossenheimer HMM group among the approximately 250 exhibitors and showed his communicative instruments for vital data. The sparking”blood sugar, blood pressure, body scale, and motion sensors allow the automatic registration of the appropriate vital signs in a patient – care Act. WELL designed its tele-medical products for non-medical personnel. This means that the devices are easy to understand, to use and need to be there anyway reliable and accurate. The automatic transfer of measured data in an electronic patient file uses the patient, his carers, care services and the attending physician.
Patients can measure themselves and do indeed more often than previously in the pharmacy or at the doctor’s Office. All values are in Real time and error-free in the file. The doctor can look at sugar, weight and movement as interdependent values. The quality of care can be improved so significantly. At the same time reduces the costs of treatment. HMM was part of the community care future”. “Dr.
Thomas Keiser, Managing Director of the Organizer tellurium GmbH commented: we and our 14 exhibitors are with the special care future” very satisfied. It is able to make transparent the subject of technology in the field of conservation. Many visitors first had reservations, which were quickly dismantled. Dwell time at our booth was extremely high, what very pleased.” Maher Khoury, HMM Board reported: the simple and safe way of using our equipment and data transmission has convinced. I’m sure that with rising cost pressure in maintaining the quality only can be obtained if certain tasks to patients re transferred. We deliver to the appropriate hardware and Software.”
County hamlet of Vorarlberg franchise system for kitchen Studios was sold to the company, July 12, 2010 the circle goes on with the sale of the company to the international kitchen group Vorarlberg success story of Olina franchise kitchen Studios. Re oec is responsible for the transaction. Franz Walser as Managing Director of the company stock in Vaduz. After the successful establishment of the Olina franchise system for kitchen Studios, it was for managing director Wolfgang Allgauer time to prepare the company for the future. End of 2009 he commissioned sale his Olina franchise GmbH therefore the companies trading in Vaduz. Earlier this year there were many prospects for the successful Vorarlberg companies, including some international corporations. THE circle, an Association for kitchen specialists, which already operates in six European countries was awarded at the end. Through the merger with Olina franchise GmbH, Ernst-Martin Schaible, Managing Director of the circuit, would like to its market and the network of European kitchen specialists develop and hopes on positive synergies of both companies.
The entire transaction was led by the Managing Director of the company stock, Franz Walser, personally. The preparation of sales documents, searching for a suitable buyer, about the due diligence test to contract construction and notarial deed he accompanied the entire process of Olina succession. Already after a short time had expressed equal to several corporations and private investors Olina serious buying interest in the project, had to be tested and selected. The kitchen bond County, was awarded the contract after only six months of intensive work on the project whose plans for the future the Olina kitchen studios with the objectives of the founder Wolfgang Allgauer match agreed. Olina franchise GmbH was founded in 1997 in Feldkirch as franchise concept for qualified kitchen studios and now 16-franchisee with own kitchen studios in all Austria, four in Vorarlberg. Olina partners benefit from a proven concept, as well as comprehensive support in all business matters. Meanwhile about 1,000 kitchens are sold per year.
Extremely high customer satisfaction provide unique innovations, modern design, 10 years warranty and free service. About 60 percent of revenues generate by referring people to customers the kitchen professionals. THE district is represented as a composite for kitchen specialists so far with 2,216 member companies in six European countries. With its annual turnover of 1,752 billion euros, the district ensures for more than 30 years the volume of purchase and a comprehensive service concept tailored to the kitchen specialists the yield margin of its Member houses.