On-Site Findings KAT2:
Three Questions for Andreas Lange

Just how satisfied are you with the EDP-supported data administration after working with it for some 18 months now?

My expectations for using computer-supported processes have been completely fulfilled. Compared with the previous method employing manual entries, the error quotient is practically zero. Errors caused by “staff at work” have been identified early on thanks to plausibility checks and have been rectified with relative ease.

How much time and expense has the new method already saved, how large will these savings presumably be at the end of the project?

I’m unable to provide a concrete...

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