"The digitalization of industry affects every single company. Everyone has to engage with this challenge and develop their own strategy," says Kay von Wilcken, CEO of KUMAvision. He explains: "KUMAvision and Microsoft pinpointed this trend years ago and started developing concepts for solutions that guide our customers toward the digital future of industry." With such acute foresight, it's no wonder KUMAvision has its sights firmly set on the digital industrial revolution at this year’s CeBIT in Hannover.
But things have moved on from purely integrating further systems and data sources into companies' own ERP solutions to bring significant changes to business infrastructures. With its new cloud-based solutions, KUMAvision can now liberate companies from the confines of their own servers. Above all, this delivers increased flexibility. Users can decide for themselves which aspects to migrate to the cloud and then buy or cancel licenses as required. Payment is also more flexible, on a pay-as-you-use basis. This factor alone makes the cloud system an attractive and real alternative. A further key benefit stems from the location of KUMAvision’s data centers in Germany, which boast multiple certification and comply with stringent data protection requirements.