Organiser relies on established topics and emerging trends of Stuttgart, 28 February 2013. The IT & business, trade fair for IT-solutions, the CRM-expo, leading trade fair for customer relationship management, and the DMS EXPO, leading trade fair for enterprise content management, a further showcase of the company’s IT than in previous years held this year at the Stuttgart trade fair. It covered the central topics of enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM) and enterprise content and output management. Other topics of the IT & business are time management, access or access, security, systems for production management (MES) as well as production planning and control (PPC). Within the exhibition and of the closely integrated program, the visitors fully can inform how can these IT areas develop under the influence of current trends, such as cloud computing, big data, and mobile solutions and how companies benefit from the additional emerging benefit. This turns the Messe Stuttgart once more not only in the most important industry gathering in southern Germany, but faithful to the common motto of the three fairs in a place “where IT works”. The 24th to 26th September 2013 again becomes a must-attend event for business decision makers and IT managers. This year, IT & business relies on a compact, practice-oriented range of information in many facets.
This begins with the presence of renowned exhibitors and continues on in the specialized forums and additional proposals, such as CRM and ERP live comparisons, live hacking, the awarding of the ERP awards as well as a theme day time management, access and access”. CRM-expo increased the range of information the fair focus on customer relationship management receives with the parallel CRM-expo additional space at the fair of Stuttgart. Visitors will benefit from a broader and deeper range, for example, in the two CRM forums. Mobile CRM, integration of social media and xRM, so the relationship management in all directions, are the program with his lectures, Shape discussions and examples of best practice.