Ness Connection: Meet Jaroslava Dermek

Meet Jaroslava Dermek, Recruitment Director for Ness’ innovation centers in Košice, Slovakia. Jaroslava’s results-oriented and enthusiastic mindset is a major asset to our recruitment team. She brings an immense amount of knowledge and an energy that shows she truly loves her career at Ness.

Q: Tell us a little bit about your role at Ness and what you do.

A: I lead the Recruitment department in our Kosice center in Slovakia. My role is very dynamic, and each day is different which keeps it very interesting. I work closely with the project leaders and customers to meet their expectations when it comes to talent sourcing and hiring. The main focus of my role is to help the center grow and I do this by working with my amazing recruitment team to find the right talent. It’s extremely challenging and very rewarding when we find someone to add value to our team.

Q: What’s on your to-do list?

A: On a personal level – I would love to learn to play guitar. On a professional level – my main focus is growth. The pandemic changed many things in our industry, including the way we operate. Thanks to our flexibility, we were able to adjust instantly and transitioned to a solely digital environment. Thanks to our specialists and thorough selection process, our customers are satisfied and our teams are constantly growing. In 2017 I crossed two things off my to-do list. First, our center reached a huge milestone of employing 500 talented individuals. Secondly, I went skydiving to celebrate this achievement! This year we have reached 600 and I am excited to be working towards our next milestone.

Q: Everyone has their own morning routine to help get their day going. What are the 3 most important parts of your morning routine?

A: My alarm is set to 6:15 am and the first thing I do every morning is to take a quiet and peaceful walk with my two little dogs. We have two Yorkshire Terriers from the dog shelter in our temporary care since the pandemic started that bring us so much joy. After the morning walk, I have coffee, a quick breakfast, and watch the morning news. At 7:00 am, I drop my daughter at school and start my working day by checking my emails.

Q: How did you get started in the industry?

A: Working for an IT company in Canada brought me home to Kosice Wanting to stay in the same industry, I began to apply for a new position. I applied for various positions and was accepted to two – one as a tester and another as a recruiter. Since I have a love of working with people, I chose recruitment and found myself loving it. I gained a lot of experience in the IT technology industry and grew into this management role which led me to where I am today with Ness.

Q: What does the future of this industry look like?

A: To me, this industry is ever-changing. The future holds an immense amount of opportunities, challenges, and outcomes that will undoubtedly be very interesting and dynamic.

Q: What do you enjoy most about working at Ness?

A: The culture, the team of people I work with, and just the IT industry in general. It’s very different from other industries –  it breathes the future and makes a difference in our everyday lives. Ness offers diversity, various projects, many options, and a wide range of technologies to work with. People take interest in what we do and how we do it. It’s great how we can open a window into different worlds and our global teams work together as one from their home close to their loved ones. That’s awesome.

Q: Where is the next place you want to travel to and why?

A: The next stop on my travel list is going to be New Zealand. It is made up of many beautiful landscapes – from vast mountain chains and volcanoes to expansive beaches, lush rainforests, and grassy plains. I’d also like to travel to Paris. I have always wanted to see the view of the world from the Eiffel Tower.

Q: What’s the best career advice you’ve ever heard?

A: Work-life balance is very important. I tend to forget this sentiment sometimes (and end up working crazy hours), then I have to give myself a reality check to take a break. I have a lovely family and spending time with them is just as important. Plus, taking a break from working allows me to clear my head and come back the next day with a fresh mindset.

Q: What motivates you to work hard?

A: The biggest motivation for me is being able to work with people who are experts at what they do. They have heart and passion in the right places and a positive attitude no matter how hard it gets. I am fortunate to have people like that in my team and this inspired me to come to work every day. At the end of the day, we are all in this together and work as a team to bring the results regardless of the challenges we face.

Q: What’s the most unusual thing you’ve ever eaten?

A: Having lived in both the US and in Canada, I’ve had the opportunity to try many interesting cuisines. I’d have to say the most interesting food that comes to mind brings me back to when I visited an alligator farm in the Florida Keys. I tried many things like fried frog legs, alligator, and shark. Another fun experience I had happened while I was at an Indian restaurant in New York. I ordered a very traditional Indian bread called Paratha. When they brought it to me it was huge and it looked like a 25 cm puffed-up balloon. I had no idea it was filled with air, so I asked the waiter whether it was all for me or am I expected to share it with the whole restaurant. It deflated in a few seconds and we all laughed.

I also love sushi especially Unagi, so one Christmas my husband and I decided to prepare it at home. I bought a fresh eel at the local fish market, they cleaned it and wrapped it up for me to seep in my fridge until I was ready to prepare it later that night. When I took it out later that evening to marinate it, the eel pieces started to jump on my countertop like they were alive. I ran out of the kitchen screaming. My husband had to finish it up by pinning each piece to the cutting board before we could cook it. We ate it, but it was very weird and we never bought it again. I prefer visiting the sushi bar to eat it.

Learn how you can become a part of #LifeAtNess by visiting our careers page.

Výroba v PEO Operations v SAP S/4HANA

V tomto příspěvku navazujeme na blog „Od modelu k výrobku“, „Vývoj výrobku“ a „Technická příprava výroby“ a budeme se blíže věnovat modulu PEO (Extended Production Engineering and Operations), část Operations.

PEO Operations slouží především k:

  • předání výrobních informací dělníkovi (nahrazuje tištěnou výrobní dokumentaci),
  • ke sběru informací o stavu výroby (odhlašování vykonané práce, zápis naměřených hodnot, záznam o použitých sériových číslech…),
  • rychlému informování kontrolora nebo mistra, pokud dělník narazí na problém.

Díky PEO Operations mají vedoucí výroby a plánovač výroby k dispozici stále aktuální informace, které umožňují rychle reagovat na události ve výrobní hale.

 

Rychlé zadání práce dělníkům

Proces probíhající v PEO Operations začíná v okamžiku, kdy plánovač uvolní výrobní zakázku do výroby.

Vedoucí výroby může využít funkci přidělování činností (přiřazených pod výrobní operace výrobních zakázek) konkrétním osobám pracujícím na pracovišti uvedeném v operaci.

Dělníci dostávají přidělenou práci elektronicky přes PC, notebook, tablet nebo mobil a tam také zaznamenávají svoji činnost.

Odpadá nutnost tisknout výrobní dokumentaci, protože i výkres si mohou na elektronickém zařízení otevřít a přiblížit detaily.

Pokud by bylo z důvodu složitosti a velikosti výkresu nutné výkres vytisknout, tak se výkres připojí k pracovnímu postupu jako pomocný výrobní prostředek. Dělníkovi pak tento vytištěný výkres vydá osoba zajišťující pomocné výrobní prostředky. Opakovaně používané výkresy mohou být trvale uloženy ve výdejně nástrojů na dílně.

 

Přehledná fronta práce

Dělník si na začátku směny zobrazí svoji frontu práce, která je seřazena dle termínu, kdy má s prací začít. Ve frontě se zobrazuje také prioritizace výrobních zakázek.

Fronty práce mohou být společné pro všechny dělníky na pracovišti nebo individuální pro každou osobu. Vedoucí výroby využije variantu, kterou považuje v konkrétní výrobě za vhodnější.

Ve frontě práce dělník vidí základní údaje o činnosti (číslo a název činnosti, číslo a název operace, číslo výrobní zakázky, vyráběný materiál, plánovaný začátek práce, přiřazeného pracovníka, pokud se tato funkce využije, status a akci, která se má provést).

 

Snadné ovládání pro dělníka

Dělník kliknutím na ikonu „Provést“ u první činnosti ve frontě práce otevře okno pro odhlašování provedené práce.

Klikne na ikonu „Začátek“ a začne činnost provádět. U činnosti se změnil status na rozpracovaná a začal se počítat čas provádění práce.

Dělník si přečte pracovní instrukce a zobrazí si přiložené dokumenty (např. schéma). Pracovní instrukce mohou také obsahovat hypertextový odkaz na podrobnější specifikaci nebo video uložené na internetu nebo intranetu.

Dělník provede práci dle pokynů.

Pokud dělník práci přeruší (odchod na oběd, odchod na konci směny…), tak klikne na ikonu „Pozastavení“ a uvede kód pro důvod přerušení práce. Tímto se pozastaví počítání času do doby odpracované na dané činnosti. Po návratu dělník klikne na ikonu „Obnovit práci“.

Dělník zaznamená vyrobené výrobky i zmetky přímo do SAPu. Pokud je materiál nastavený jako sériově vedený, tak dělník uvádí, které konkrétní sériové číslo dokončil. Systém umožňuje připojit čtečky čárových kódů a QR kódů.

Vydávání vstupního materiálu do výrobní zakázky může být nastaveno jako automatické při odhlášení hotového kusu, nebo dělník zaznamenává v modulu PEO Operations kolik a kterého materiálu odebral. Tato funkce přináší největší benefit, pokud se vyrábí sériově vedený výrobek ze sériově vedených vstupních materiálů. V genealogii výrobku konkrétního sériového čísla lze poté zjistit, z kterých konkrétních sériových čísel byl vyroben.

Dělník dokončení práce na činnosti potvrdí kliknutím na ikonu „Dokončení“. Tímto se zastavuje počítání doby práce.

 

Okamžité upozornění na problém a kontrola kvality

V případě problému během výroby dělník klikne na ikonu „Pozastavit“. Vybere, zda chce pozastavit celou výrobní zakázku, operaci, činnost, materiál jako celek nebo jen jedno sériové číslo či pracoviště.

Grafické zobrazení výrobních zakázek upozorňuje vedoucího výroby na problémové stavy (pozastavení výrobní zakázky, zpoždění, problémy se vstupním materiálem, množstvím nebo jakostí), aby je mohl ihned vyřešit.

Pokud technolog do pracovního postupu uvede povinné atributy kontroly, tak dělník u těchto atributů uvede zjištěné hodnoty. U kvantitativního atributu dělník zadá naměřenou hodnotu, kterou může porovnat se zadanými mezními hodnotami. U kvalitativního atributu zapisuje, zda je například materiál bez povrchového poškození nebo ne. Tyto zaznamenané hodnoty se stávají součástí řízení kvality.

Součástí pracovního postupu mohou být kontrolní odběry. V tomto případě dělník po dokončení činnosti pomocí workflow (jednoho kliknutí) přivolá osobu, která je určená provádět kontrolu. Teprve když daná osoba kontrolu provede a výrobek odsouhlasí, může dělník činnost odhlásit jako dokončenou. Schvalování může být i víceúrovňové.

 

Ivona Berková
Experinced SAP Consultant

 

Rádi zodpovíme vaše dotazy, neváhejte nás kontaktovat.

Ivo Procházka, Sales Manager
[email protected], +420 774 655 079

Ivona Berková, Consultant
[email protected], +420 702 268 092

Let’s digitalize the community together!

This year we’ve decided we are going to celebrate our anniversary in a special way.

We’re getting involved in digitalizing our community through organizing the NessTech Community Challenge Hackathon! This way, our fifth-anniversary celebration will be transformed into a legacy that will remain within the local community and impact our lives for the better.

The hackathon will have two Challenges to solve: a mainly Back-End one (but not only Back-End) and a mainly Front-End one (but not only Front-End – just to keep things interesting), raised by two local entities that you will know all about when the time comes.

We aim at creating an environment in which young tech talents (and not only) will be able to do what they love (coding, developing, designing) while contributing to the digitalization of our local community. We’ll have some goodies, prizes, and of course – public recognition for these talents – it might come in handy when trying to build a portfolio for future references.

The hackathon will start on the 25th of June when everyone who signed up with an idea will pitch it (presenting it) in front of the other participants. A team-formation session will take place afterward, where if you don’t have an idea, but you have the skills, you can join one of the existing ideas/teams right there on the spot.

On the 26th of June, there will be time for work and mentorship sessions, and then some more work.

On the 27th of June, we’ll start the day with some fresh mentorship, followed by the teams adding the final touches to their ideas, and then presenting them in front of a jury that will select the best two ideas/track. The selected teams will have the chance to work on their ideas throughout the summer, for the final prize of 2000 eur/track!

If you like how this sounds, join us (right here https://forms.gle/1YqesuD96U9nCfWQ9), and let’s digitalize the community together!

4 Things You Need to Know About Livestream eCommerce

The 1980s ushered in many fads that defined a generation – big hair, leg warmers, and The Walkman. This decade also marked a significant milestone in retail with the introduction of QVC and HSN, making it possible for consumers to purchase products seen on TV from the comfort of their homes. Fast forward to the present day, and commerce strategies are continuing to evolve with livestream eCommerce as the latest trend.

What exactly is livestream eCommerce? We’ve provided the four things you need to know about this latest tactic and how this selling strategy will change how we buy in retail settings and beyond.

#1: It’s a Bridge Between the Physical and Digital World

Livestream eCommerce is selling products and services via an online streaming service whereby the host marketing the products and services takes questions from the audience in real-time. These demonstrations are conducted on an eCommerce website or via a social media platform and typically hosted by a retailer, influencer, or celebrity. What livestream eCommerce does well is how it can mimic in-store shopping. Customers can ask questions just like they would in a physical store, see how a product looks from different angles, and even see the product on a model (if need be).

#2: It’s Gaining Momentum

Livestream eCommerce is not a new sales tactic; however, as with many digital-based initiatives, the concept significantly accelerated due to the pandemic. Livestream eCommerce first started gaining traction in China in 2015 and is now estimated to be a $157 billion market (in China). With physical stores closing and in-person restrictions imposed worldwide, livestream eCommerce is becoming a popular alternative to keep sales moving in a difficult time and is starting to catch on in the US and European markets. According to Coresight Research, livestream e-commerce is on track to reach $25 billion in sales in the US by 2023.

#3: It’s Highly Interactive

Meant to be an immersive experience, the level of interaction is a cornerstone of this type of commerce. Consumers can interact with the host by chatting in a Q&A format along with a gamification style with coupons and giveaways to increase engagement. What sets livestream eCommerce apart from other online selling strategies is the authenticity cultivated between the host and audience. This opportunity to interact creates a more personal synergy.

#4: It’s Applicable to More Than Just the Retail Space

Gartner, Inc. predicts that by 2024, 80% of ordering and replenishment will be touchless for most organizations. This doesn’t mean that consumers won’t go to physical stores; however, they will look for ways to not come into close contact with other people or have to touch public structures. This predicted shift does signal that livestream eCommerce will not just be limited to purchasing in the retail space. Other industries, such as automotive, travel, fitness, and real estate, are prime candidates for livestream eCommerce.

To learn more, contact us today.

Technology and Sustainability: Innovating for a Better Future

Earth Day encourages us to reflect on the subject of sustainability; however, it’s an important subject to be considered year-round. Sustainability is about meeting the needs of the present without compromising the needs of future generations. While the definition is simplistic in words, the concept is very powerful. The success of our world depends on the actions we take today. With resources finite and needing to be used conservatively and wisely, technology can have a positive impact when harnessed in an environmentally sound manner.

Positive Technological Advances

Environmental stresses can be better managed, monitored, and prevented by combining data with technological advances in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), imagery, robotic process automation (RPA), and the Internet of Things (IoT). These technologies can be applied across an array of industries to optimize processes and operate more efficiently.

In the case of the transportation sector, traffic congestion and fuel consumption can be reduced. Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory used AI/ML to teach traffic cameras to recognize specific vehicle types and estimated gas mileage to send this information to the next intersection’s traffic light. AI is helping make autonomous cars a reality. According to a report by the Intelligent Transportation Society of America, autonomous vehicles alone can enact a 2-4% reduction in oil consumption and related greenhouse gas emissions annually over the next 10 years.

Supply chain logistics are being transformed in manufacturing by leveraging AI/ML to better predict demand and optimize fleet management efficiencies in real-time for deliveries. The benefits in the area of agriculture are tremendous. Drones can inspect large acreages for damage after a storm or harm caused by pests. Using this type of imaging can help assess and possibly prevent additional damage. Soil pollution can be better controlled by using data to enhance decision-making on the optimal times to spray and harvest.

Innovating with the Environment Top of Mind

There are many different ways to foster sustainability in the workplace, such as adopting clean energy practices, reducing waste, preventing pollution, and producing sustainable products. As Ness partners with customers to help businesses thrive in the digital economy, it is important to keep sustainability practices top of mind that promote positive social and environmental impact. A few of the many examples include:

Connecting the Smart Home to the Smart Grid

An innovative smart-meter display manufacturer is assisting utility companies to  implement governmental programs for efficient use of energy and minimize ecological impact. To support the roll-out of the UK Smart Meter program, the manufacturer needed to build a product line for in-home displays (IHDs), allowing utilities and homeowners to take advantage of the benefits of smart meters (gas and electricity) and energy displays. After partnering with Ness, the manufacturer now has a simple and intuitive user interface with a secure connection to 4,000,000+ gas and electricity smart meters. This connection provides details and access to energy data services to the homeowner and provides real-time data transmission to energy suppliers.

Championing the Reduction of CO2 Emissions

A European-based telematics company that specializes in fleet and asset management was looking to build a new flagship fleet management platform to support its growth. In response, Ness built a platform that offers fleet management capabilities, analytics to monitor driver behavior, and fuel usage to drive efficiency and cost optimization. This resulted in improved driver safety by reducing speeding by up to 70%, increased fleet savings by an average of £660 (~1,000) per vehicle each year, and it helped the environment by saving 230,000 tons of CO2 emissions annually.

Instilling Ethical Practices

A top 5 diamond manufacturer needed to automate their extensive compliance assessment process known as best practice principles (BPP). The BPP process was time-consuming, manual, and difficult to keep up to date. This opened the door to potential human error and the risk of non-compliance. Ness built a new, more intuitive, and effective platform utilized by 350,000+ people to accurately maintain compliance with BPP ethical standards.

Building eMobility Solutions for a Greener Future

A leader known for the development of high-efficiency battery storage packs for eMobility as well as stationary storage systems was developing the electronic control unit (ECU) software for electronic vehicle prototype projects. With increased demand, the company needed to standardize the software to comply with all automotive regulations and safety standards. The company partnered with Ness to perform the development, integration, and testing of ECUs for the powertrain within electric vehicles.

To learn more about how you can leverage technology and digital strategies to promote sustainability, contact us today.

When It’s Best to Go Serverless

A day in the life of a developer used to consist of dividing their time between writing code and maintaining the server infrastructure. Enter the concept of serverless computing by Google when they released Google App Engine in 2008, and life for developers started to change by relying on a third party to take care of the servers. With the serverless market expected to reach $7.7 billion by the end of 2021, it has become much more mainstream.

As you build your cloud strategies, it’s important to understand the concept and know when your organization should go serverless.

Does serverless computing eliminate the need for servers?

While the term implies no servers are needed, that’s not the case. The concept of serverless computing means that you can build and run applications and services without your developers spending their time provisioning and maintaining the infrastructure needed for deployments. Instead, a cloud service provider (CSP) handles these types of infrastructure-related activities such as AWS or Microsoft Azure.

Which scenario(s) does serverless work best?

Short-Running and Event-Driven Apps: A serverless computing architecture is ideal for short-running and event-driven applications because they have more predictable surges in demand. Since these types of applications can sit idle for periods, a serverless computing architecture model allows you to use the resources you need only when you need them instead of physically taking on your own servers to handle peak capacities.

Serverless computing works best in these scenarios:

  • Microservices-based architecture
  • Mobile backends
  • Chatbots
  • Machine learning (ML) inferencing
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Modest streaming processing
  • Service integration

Why does serverless computing shine?

Improved Cost Control: Serverless computing is a cost-effective option. Based on actual usage, you’re only paying for the compute time you consume. This also means you can scale on-demand without paying for servers that may not be used at certain times.

Dynamic Agility & Scalability: Serverless computing brings a great deal of agility and scalability to the table. You can rapidly scale without having to re-architect your infrastructure, and it’s easy to do. It takes just milliseconds to provision. No matter if the application is handling 1,000 requests or 1, there is no difference in performance and reliability.

Focus on Innovation: Anytime you can free up your team to work on more strategic tasks, it’s a huge win for the business. Developers can focus more on the business aspect of the code versus spending time on infrastructure-related items. This can translate to more time spend on the front-end of the application and translate to better customer experiences.

Faster Time to Market: With fewer operational dependencies, the development cycle can naturally speed up and allow the team to deliver more functionality faster.

Serverless computing is an option for any size organization in any industry. It provides an opportunity to focus more on business-driven processes rather than spending time on the technical efforts associated with maintaining servers.

To learn more about how you can modernize your organization, contact us today.

„Hlavně aby to moc nestálo“ by nemělo být to nejdůležitější

Až přehnané obavy z velkých nákladů na modernizaci podnikového informačního systému provází začátek snad každé úvodní schůzky s výrobními podniky, říká Ivo Procházka, náš nessí Senior Local Sales Representative a odborník na digitalizaci středních a menších podniků.

Přečtěte si zamyšlení Iva nad touto problematikou pro časopis oRobotice.cz níže.

Ještě než vám vysvětlí, v jaké situaci se nachází, a ještě než jim vy na oplátku popíšete, s jakým řešením přicházíte a jak by si vaše řešení poradilo s jejich akutními problémy, objeví se jako strašák až paranoidní obava z výsledné ceny, která celou diskusi provází.

Pokud výrobní podnik pořizuje novou výrobní halu, nový stroj do výroby nebo kamion pro rozvoz zboží, jasně si uvědomuje výši nákladů spojených s pořízením hmotného majetku. Když však přijde na podnikový informační systém (nehmotný majetek), zdá se, že laťka, kterou máte v prodeji přeskočit, je nastavena proklatě vysoko: „Však mi to v IT nějak naprogramují, jako to doposud dělali“, anebo „to zvládneme v excelu, nepotřebujeme přeci hned pořizovat nový systém“.

Proč se české firmy bojí investovat do digitalizace?

Když s porozuměním přikyvujete, aby to hlavně moc nestálo, a diskuse se konečně rozeběhne, vidíte, že výrobní podnik již dávno vyrostl z informačního systému, se kterým v devadesátých letech začínali. Ze všech stran se na vás sypou varovné vykřičníky, jako manuální zadávání dat, excelovské tabulky, chybějící integrace, nekonzistentní a duplicitní data a příliš mnoho vývoje na zakázku.

Nevím, proč se české podniky až nepřirozeně bojí investovat do IT. Je to malou prodejní marží, která omezuje výši investičního rozpočtu? Jsou to malé ambice růst a expandovat do zahraničí? Je to snad malý rozhled a porozumění, jak moc IT rozhoduje o budoucnosti a kolik nejlepší v jejich oboru investují do IT? Nebo je to poměrně častá pozice na nižších příčkách dodavatelského řetězce, která v sobě zahrnuje vše právě zmíněné?

Přál bych si, aby úvodní diskuse začínala „chceme zdvojnásobit obrat“, „chceme expandovat do zahraničí“, „chceme v reálném čase sledovat důležitá KPI ve všech našich výrobních závodech“ anebo „víme, že nás současný podnikový informační systém brzdí, chceme to změnit, a proto jsme vás oslovili“.

Na Západě se do IT investuje 7 % obratu,
u nás stěží 2 %

IT technologie pro komplexní podporu výroby se za posledních deset let překotně rozvíjejí. Ti nejlepší v oboru ví, že pokud chtějí zůstat na špici, musí investovat daleko více než v minulosti obvyklá necelá 2 % z obratu. Nejlepší výrobní podniky v námi blízké západní Evropě investují až 7 %, což bývala obvyklá výše investic do IT ve finančním segmentu. Typický český výrobní podnik však bohužel neinvestuje ani ty 2 %. Při obratu 1 miliarda korun by 2 % vyžadovaly investovat 20 milionů korun ročně do IT a 7 % by vedlo k neuvěřitelným 70 milionům.

Českým výrobním podnikům hrozí, že pokud nezachytí trend digitalizace, automatizace a robotizace (zkráceně digitalizace), který se ve vyspělých ekonomikách již naplno rozeběhl, nejlepší již nedoženou. Digitalizace není pořízení například robotizované linky, za kterou se v plánování výroby skrývá excelovská tabulka. Digitalizací myslím holistický pohled na organizaci práce v podniku, kde každá jeho aktivita je řízena digitálně, aktivity si navzájem vyměňují data (anglicky seamless data flow) a podnik v kterémkoli okamžiku ví stav zpracování zakázky. Člověk se primárně soustředí na práci s přidanou hodnotou, než aby něco neustále manuálně opravoval, kontroloval nebo zadával.

Zkuste prosím ve výrobních podnicích pohlédnout dále, než je současná výše vašeho rozpočtu pro IT. Vytyčte si byznysové cíle (například zdvojnásobit tržby), posuňte IT z kolonky náklady do kolonky strategický nástroj pro budoucí rozvoj firmy a poměřujte výši investice do IT s vašimi ekonomickými plány.

Ivo Procházka
Senior Local Sales Representative
Ness Digital Engineering

Ness Wins CEE Business Services Award

Ness, a global provider of digital transformation solutions, is honored to announce its Ness Romania is the winner of the Business Services Firm of the Year – Romania award by CEE Business Services. This achievement recognizes the outstanding contributions Ness Romania has made in the business services sector in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) for 2020.

About the CEE Awards

In a fast-evolving marketplace that demands leadership that brings results, the CEE Business Services produces a comprehensive list of companies in the business services sector across the entire region of Central and Eastern Europe. Global shared services firms, business services projects, and sector professionals were presented with awards by an independent jury from the industry for their contribution to the business services sector of CEE.

Ness Romania

With technology innovation centers in Isai and Timisoara, Ness Romania delivers state-of-the-art solutions for Ness customers across the globe to help businesses thrive in the digital economy.

To learn more about this award, click here.

Mission to Modernize eGuide

Some days it may feel like your mission to modernize your legacy apps and platforms is more like a mission to Mars. It may seem unattainable, and you can guarantee some turbulence along the way. That’s why taking extra care to assess the full scope of your organization’s needs upfront helps sustain long-term momentum.

What’s in Mission to Modernize? 

Our guide will help you plot your course, choose the right approach, and remove common roadblocks. Here’s a sneak peek of just a few of the many tips:

  • Tip: When you’re thinking about rearchitecting – think about future-proofing the application against obsolescence.
  • Tip: Technology is important, but don’t focus just on this – there are other risks and priorities to keep in mind (strategy, culture, etc.).
  • Tip: Don’t treat modernization as a project, but a continuously evolving process prioritized by business value.

Complete the form to download your copy and keep your mission to modernize on track! 

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