Dr. Jörg Haas, founder of Scopevisio AG
Dr. Jörg Haas, co-founder, Partner and Board Member of HW PARTNERS AG, as well as founder of Scopevisio AG.
Cloud Computing – a Superior Technology!
At the interface between science, innovation and entrepreneurship!
To be doing R&D in a practice-oriented science is not a guarantee for economic success, even if the scientist makes a decisive contribution to the marketability of innovative products. It is not enough to recognize cloud computing as a superior technology, you also have to put it to use of the customer and create easy-to-use, manageable solutions for the market. We will show why cloud computing has great benefits for businesses in the economic arena. Taking Scopevisio AG as an example, we will discuss how to build a company that translates this technological edge into the development of an innovative business software with outstanding customer benefit. In this fashion, innovation innovation is being used as the driver for a profitable business development.
» Download pdf
Europe vs. USA – Which CRM Application is Better?
A philosophical and methodical comparison of Scopevisio vs. Salesforce. – Cloud Entrepreneur’s Day 2013 / Cloud Unternehmertag 2015
Salesforce is the most successful cloud B2B software of the world in the Software as a Service (SaaS) business model. In the year 1999, Marc Benioff was the first one to be offering B2B software on demand on large scale. The following essay will give a short overview of Salesforce’s success story. After that, we will discuss the entrepreneurial, methodical, techological and subject matter parallels and differences between Salesforce and Scopevisio. Based on both solutions‘ approaches, we will also take a look at the different ways US businesses and European companies think and act with regard to economic behaviour. Once it was SAP vs. Oracle, while in today’s cloud era it is more like Scopevisio vs. Netsuite or Salesforce. The generation change has already begun, even if most people haven’t noticed it yet.
» Download pdf
Virtual Work Environments
Virtual is the opposite of physical – not of real!
A virtual work environment is a form of work organisation where physical presence at a given location is no longer required. Virtual work is characterised by a limitless enterprises and flexible work conditions. In virtual work environments business processes are inherently asynchronous in terms of time.
» Download pdf
Disruptive technologies change the world for good! – Cloud Entrepreneur’s Day 2013 / Cloud Unternehmertag 2013
A disruptive technology is an innovation that can force an existing technology completely out of the market. Innovations are mostly created in new markets and often come as a surprise to the established providers. In the long run, these markets usually exhibit a strong growth and supersede existing products wholly or partially.
» Download pdf
Prof. Dr. Alexander Pohl, Partner of HW PARTNERS AG
Innovation and Marketing
The book is the result of many years of scientific and practical experience in the area of innovation management. It is based on the perception that innovation and marketing must be inextricably linked. The book provides cutting-edge insight in both scientific and practical matters. It starts with a description of current technological trends and evolutions. The focus is on key technologies that are crucial for the digitization of companies, such as cloud computing, the Internet of Things, Semantic Web and Big Data. The authors believe that textbooks on innovation management and innovation marketing should also take these development trends into account. Particular emphasis is laid on the systematic distinction between product and service innovations. The usage innovations introduced here relate to services in which companies generate revenues from the application of innovation on the customer side. Corresponding lease and pay-per-use pricing models are becoming more and more important with regard to digital products. These pricing models are also used by the affiliate companies of HW Partners.
Business Class for Everybody. FAZ special edition on Cloud Computing, 5. October 2011
Most international providers of cloud business software concentrate their offerings on pure cloud software that is provisioned to the customer as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). Thanks to the user-friendlyness of the software and the fast implementation, very few additional services, if any, are required to get up and running, providers point out.
Rüdiger Wilbert, founder of Scopevisio AG
Dr. Rüdiger Wilbert, co-founder, Partner and Board Member of HW PARTNERS AG, as well as founder of Scopevisio AG.
Cloud-Computing – put right
Since 2004, the term Cloud Computing started to become popular among a broader public, when companies such as Amazon, Google, Salesforce and Facebook used it to describe their own infrastructure. Some years ago a couple of leading institutions – first and foremost the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) – have set out to find a common definition of the term “Cloud Computing”.
» Download pdf
Data Management in Business Applications
Some thoughts on data management in business applications and at Scopevisio. the wide-spread use of relational data bases in business software is, among others, due to the fact that table-style data structures are easy to understand. They are highy in demand because they are generally accepted.
Dr. Markus Cramer, Board Member at Scopevisio AG
Dr. Markus Cramer is head of product management and development.
Business Software Cost Check
Does the transition to the cloud pay off? – An account by Dr. Markus Cramer
In the discussion of the new megatrend cloud computing, large cost-saving potential is generally on top of the agenda. And the cost for new cloud-based business solutions actually appear most attractive: Cloud-based billing software is already available for as little as five Euros per month, while prices for accounting software start at ten Euros per month.