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1 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 1 Globalisation Winners The HARTMANN Group: From a Dressing Manufacturer to a Global Player in Health Care. Essen, September 06 th 2002 Stefan Eder

2 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 2 HARTMANN: A Stable Base in Europe and Beyond 1818:Establishment of a cotton spinning-mill in Heidenheim/Brenz (Southern Germany) by Ludwig v. Hartmann 1871: Break-through innovation bleached cotton wool dressings 1898: Agencies in Paris, London, New York, Brussels, Madrid, Milan, Valencia, Prague, Rome 1968: Independent, sales 35 million EUR, 100 % in Germany 1972: Establishment of the first foreign subsidiary company in France 1996: 12 subsidiary companies after taking over HARTMANN RICO (Czech Republic) and IVF (Switzerland), 5000 employees, 0,7 billion EUR sales 2002: Subsidiary companies in 30 countries, 9.750 employees and 1,15 billion EUR sales in 2001

3 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 3 HARTMANN: Geographical Overview I (1997) In 1972, the first European subsidiary was founded in Châtenois/France. In 1995, PAUL HARTMANN AG had subsidiaries in 13 European countries.

4 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 4 HARTMANN: Geographical Overview II (2001) Hong Kong 1995 Egypt 2000 Singapore 1998 Shanghai 1998 USA 2000 2001 Qingdao 1998 South Africa 2001 India 2000 Guangzhou 1999 In 1995, the first fully consolidated subsidiary outside Europe was founded in Hong Kong. In the year 2002, the HARTMANN Group already had subsidiaries in as many as 27 countries. * Minority shareholding * Saudi- Arabia Hungary 1997 Russia 1997 Sweden 1998 Den- mark 1999

5 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 5 HARTMANN: Three Business Units UBK UBP UBM

6 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 6 The earnings performance of the HARTMANN Group 2000199819961994199219701980 0.05 0.18 0.54 0.60 0.70 0.76 0.96 16 10 34 37 40 48 53 2001 1.25 52 0 0.25 0.5 0.75 1.0 Bln. Euro 1.25 AT AG Proportion of sales made abroad [%] Domestic sales

7 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 7 HARTMANNs Employee Growth Mainly in the International Field 1990 3.591 1996 5.016 2000 8.057 1968 1.336 1980 2.203 9.857 2001

8 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 8 Without Strategy Success Will Become a Matter of Chance

9 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 9 Hartmann and IBM/CM IBM always strategic Partner beginning with typewriters 2000: Migration SAP R2 from Mainframe to AIX based on DB2 2001: Evaluation of IBM Content Manager as a Archiving System for SAP 01.01.2002: Start archiving invoices from SAP to CM 01.03.2002: Start archiving Notes-Attachments to CM 01.10.2002: Start archiving delivery notes from SAP to CM 01.01.2003: Start archiving incoming documents for a certain facility 01.03.2003: Start Project Corporate Legal with MyCoRe CM is now only used for archiving, but beginning with 2003 it will be more used as a Document Management System!

10 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 10 System Overview ERP:SAP 4.5B – 4.6C Platform:AIX 4.3.3 – 5L Hardware:ca. 25 Aix-Systems + Regatta with 12GB RAM and 8 CPU Database:IBM DB2 Backup:Tivoli Storage Manager 4.2 File/Print: Windows Mail:Lotus Domino/Notes on Windows NT Platform:Windows NT with Citrix Metaframe 1.8 Hardware:ca. 100 PC-Server (50 for Citrix) ca. 1000 User with Thin Clients working with Citrix and SAPGUI

11 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 11 System Overview

12 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 12 Document Management System:IBM Content Manager 7.1.10 + IBM Commonstore for SAP/NOTES Platform:AIX 4.3.3 ML9 Hardware:p660, 4 CPU, 4 GB RAM, 2 FC-Controller ->ESS(100GB) IBM Jukebox 3995, 4 Drives, max. 258 Worms ->1,3TB Database:IBM DB2 7.1 FP6 Storage:Tivoli Storage Manager 4.2

13 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 13 System Overview IK_SAPP3_ED Band(LTO) Worm DokumentenartCommonStore log. Archiv Content Manager Index Klasse Content Manager Speichersystem Name(Objekttyp) Verknüpfungstabelle Fakturen (VBRK) TOA01 Drucklisten (DRAW) TOA03 Daten (ARCHIVE) TOA02 Einkauf (EKKO) TOA01 CSD CMM CFI CCO ZARCHIVE1 ZMEO* IK_SAPP3_Tx /cmsap (Disk 20GB) SAP_LIST_ DISK_PH3 Filesystem /PHAG/PBS PBS-ARCHIV Offline-Datenbank R3-ARCHIV /PHAG/R3ARCHIV Nach Löschen aus DB Nur Indizes oder Kopie SAP Online-Datenbank SAPGUI COFIMMSD ZARCHIVE2 SAP_ADK_ DISK2_PH3 SAP_ADK_ DISK_PH3 L1 ED Tx A2 A1 Disk 10GB TSM Management Klasse CSTORE Nach 30 Tagen Disk 20GB Disk 5GB Physikalische Ablage Lotus Domino Mail Attachments IK_NOTES_ MAILDB /cmdomino (Disk 20GB) DOMINO_BAND Band Nach 30 Tagen ZSDOFAZ? x1 ZACxxxx (xxxx=BK) x= A: Österreich, B: Belgien, C: Tschechien, D: Deutschland, E: Hongkong F: Frankreich, H: Ungarn, I: Italien, N: Niederlande, P: Polen, Q: Slowakei, S: Spanien, T: Portugal, U: USA, V: Schweiz, X: Abbrüche Worm Band Disk 10GB Archiving with Content Manager

14 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 14 Documents stored in Content Manager

15 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 15 Documents retrieved from Content Manager

16 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 16 Coming Projects with Content Manager Sanimed - Archiving incoming Documents Ca. 1000 Documents a day in 15 branches will be scanned and archived through Commonstore to CM Archived Documents will be assigned in to SAP records after Scanning (late Scanning) Several Documents can be printed in central office, to be sent to a billing company Goals: Avoiding many copies on paper Faster response time, because documents could be printed out everywhere and need not to be sent by post Less time waste with sorting papers, because Documents are already assigned to the right SAP record

17 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 17 Coming Projects with Content Manager Corporate Legal – MyCoRe (?) Manage documents concerning corporate legal, like contracts, statutes … Manage Information for each facility, branch, like name, country, contact persons, shareholder value… Goals: Showing dependencies between facilities Making research easier and faster, i.e. in which facilities Mr.X is a contact person Publish information to intra/internet Using MyCoRe-features like cross reference, versioning and rights management

18 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 18 Conclusion MyCoRe/Miless – a solution for industry? Miless already fits for many aspects in corporate document management Miless seems to be stable enough to hold also critical documents Miless is principly cheap, if the data model fits your needs MyCoRe will be a solution for nearly any aspect MyCoRe is easy to adapt to nearly every data model There is a good knowledge base in universities which perhaps could be also made transparent in an electronic way Industry can participate in Universities work in MyCoRe. They get a free product and by using it, they give the community more power. The bigger the installed base of MyCoRe is, the better the results would be and the more features could be implemented IBM should invest in bringing MyCoRe also to industrial customers!

19 Digital Library Essen Stefan Eder 06./07.09 2002 19 Thank you for your attention!


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