Further innovations out of the Metropolitan Region Rhein-Neckar / JobRouter AG and its digitisation platform awarded with TOP 100 prize / First participation in the category "Innovative processes and organisation" honored
JobRouter AG, provider of a cross-industry platform for the comprehensive enterprise digitisation, was honored with the TOP 100 award as an innovation leader in the German SME landscape. In the independent selection process the software manufacturer from Mannheim was particularly convincing in the category "Innovative processes and organisation". On June 23rd, Ranga Yogeshwar, Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Franke and compamedia handed the Top 100 prize to the winners.
With its scalable platform for digital enterprise transformation, JobRouter AG is taking a different path than conventional BPM, DMS or ECM providers. The combination of document, data and process management in one clear dashboard is intended to replace static solutions and bring more efficiency and transparency into digital work. This is ensured by numerous interfaces to any ERP or CRM system and databases as well as flexible modules for special requirements. The JobRouter platform takes over the communication between individual applications, solutions and systems by exchanging data seamlessly, thus enabling users to control all business processes digitally via a central control center. This reduces manual overhead and intermediate steps and gives the user an optimised user experience, while IT administrators benefit from streamlined, documentable processes.
"Our goal is to support companies in their digital growth – and that’s most likely going hand in hand with organisational change. That is why we have designed our solution to be extremely agile and integrative. For us, this means: scalability and connectivity for greater efficiency on the one hand and customisability on the other," explains Marcus Nagel, CCO at JobRouter AG. "When talking to our customers, the advantages of the JobRouter platform always stand out in these core competencies. Therefore, companies depend on a system that is well prepared for both current and future changes. With JobRouter, we provide an answer to these requirements. That is why the TOP 100 award is all the more pleasing to us; We like to accept it as a confirmation of our philosophy."
This approach is evident not only in the functionalities of the technology, but also in the internal business organisation. The practical experience is directly integrated into the development work and contributes continuously to the optimisation of processes and tasks:
"We work very intensively with the JobRouter platform to optimise the daily use and to discover new applications. Our developers are given further impulses in workshops with partners, customers and users in order to implement improvements in a truly practical manner. Through these discussions we are always finding areas where we can create innovations," adds Axel Ensinger, CTO at JobRouter AG. "Moreover, we work with Scrum methods within our development cycles and thereby revert to the core competences of agility and communication once again. This means: step-based work in changing small groups and a flexible task plan. This requires a very good planning management, but we are convinced that the digital transformation will work best if not only the technology but also the organisational structure fits."
"Learning from practice and implementing those findings are strengths of the top innovator," reads the summary of the TOP 100 competition. And with this, the JobRouter AG can identify itself very well. "Our mission is to make digital work as simple and efficient as possible. We represent a practical approach because only viable digital processes are really good digital processes," concludes Fritz-Jochen Weber, CEO of JobRouter AG.
Top 100: the competition
Since 1993, compamedia has been awarding the TOP 100 award for extraordinary innovative performance and above-average innovation success to medium-sized companies. Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Franke has been in charge of the scientific management of the award since 2002. He is the founder and CEO of the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the Vienna University of Economics and Business and a guest researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). With 18 research awards and over 200 publications, he is one of the world's leading innovation researchers. Mentor of TOP 100 is the science journalist and TV moderator Ranga Yogeshwar. Project partners are the Fraunhofer Society for the Advancement of Applied Research and the SME Association BVMW. The manager magazine is accompanying the enterprise comparison as a media partner. Further information can be found at www.top100.de
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