German manufacturer of EPSS solutions provides electronic learning software on the ForretningsSystemer in Copenhagen before Berlin, February 19, 2009 Denmark gave a locational advantage and more medium-sized companies in the past years. Thus, also the largest Danish Conference for enterprise applications ForretningsSystemer listed a high demand. The datango AG presents its electronic learning platform of datango performance suite (dps) here on the 3rd and 4th of March. With the branches, the company not only geographical presence in the Scandinavian market, but also practised customer proximity shows in Copenhagen and Oslo, as well as the participation in events. Denmark’s economic structure is characterized by a variety of highly specialized medium-sized industrial and service companies. About one-third of the Danish gross national product is generated by export\”, explains Nina Butzke, marketing and PR responsible for datango. For this reason, the backup takes a smooth business processes in the context of a sophisticated IT infrastructure a priority.
To ensure this, more and more Danish companies use our datango performance suite\”, adds Butzke. The electronic performance support system dps\”represents a technology for analyzing and optimizing existing software environments and supports companies in the structured rollout of new applications. The user using a Navigator will be in real time through the applications to learn guided thereby qualified for the work with the program. The demand-oriented online trainer becomes a holistic cross-enterprise learning platform through features like re recording. In the framework of the ForretningsSystemer 2009 datango opportunity, the strategic tool and its benefits to meet Scandinavian visitors. ForretningsSystemer on 3 and 4 March in Copenhagen besides the datango AG present around 40 exhibitors such as SAP, Oracle and Microsoft products from the areas of ERP, CRM, HR and BI on the Conference. In also renowned Danish personalities from business, media and politics about current trends in the industry refer to this environment. The speakers include, inter alia, Kenneth Plummer, Herbert Nathan, Niels Bjorn-Andersen, Ole Horsfeldt, Niels Molzen and Peter Ulka.