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Eppendorf AG Deploys a Strategic Information Management Solution on a Global Level
Date:11/3/2011

respond with the development of innovative equipment, materials and systems - their market introduction and sales place the highest demands on our product communication."

Eppendorf currently uses the STEP system as a central image database system. For this purpose about 3,000 pictures have been collected from various locations, such as CDs and DVDs, from CRM systems, Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations. Step now serves as a reliable, timely source for imaging data, which is accessible from anywhere. More than 100 employees from product management, IT and marketing have secure access to the STEP system over a web application. As the next step, all further product information will be added in order to supply the multilingual web shop, Internet and catalogue production with data.

Manfred Heckt, Managing Director of Stibo Systems Germany, said: "Global growth companies such as Eppendorf need to manage their strategic information so that they can market their products very flexibly and quickly. Otherwise errors and the shortcomings increase exponentially in the master data. Particularly when it comes to the many language and country settings, STEP is able to fulfil in terms of supplying all the output channels with accurate data."

About Stibo Systems

Stibo Systems is the worldwide market leader in strategic information management technology and solutions. Stibo Systems' STEP platform boasts a flexible architecture that combines the power of master data management (MDM) with product information management (PIM) to create a single trusted asset called strategic information, enabling organizations to manage their information intelligence on a global scale through an integrated process. Stibo Systems' global customers include GE, Sears, Siemens, Trek and Thule. Stibo Systems is a subsidiary of the privately held Sti
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