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May 31, 2021

Supplier Community Days: the first step towards the Supplier Community

Matching themes: Community, supplier collaboration

The first Supplier Community Day has been a complete success: suppliers from all over the world have joined to be part of the kick-off event.
The first Supplier Community Day has been a complete success: suppliers from all over the world have joined to be part of the kick-off event.

In times of globalization, we keep noticing that the best way to move forward is to network with each other and thereby get to know new perspectives. With the concept of the Supplier Community, we want to connect the companies registered as suppliers and offer them a platform for their thoughts and ideas. They shall be able to give each other tips about working with SupplyOn as well as to express feedback and suggestions about the SupplyOn solutions. Read more

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May 4, 2021

May the (e-)Force be with you: The new Business Bike benefit at SupplyOn

Matching themes: employee benefits, SupplyOn

The most recent employee benefit "business bike" electrifies SupplyOn employees
The most recent employee benefit “business bike” electrifies SupplyOn employees

STePS eBULLITT EP8 XT Di2 – that’s the official name of Dominik’s new pride and joy. Or to put it more simply, the best-selling cargo bike on the market with versatile uses such as transporting people, groceries or other loads. Dominik, a passionate cyclist, recently picked up his new business bike at the dealer in Nuremberg. This is one of the new benefits that SupplyOn employees can choose from as part of our so-called cafeteria model. Read more

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April 28, 2021

Program Increment (PI) 2021-01: Find out what has been developed at SupplyOn in the last quarter

Matching themes: enhancements, PI, SAFe

Program Increment (PI) 2021-01: Program Increment (PI) 2021-01: Find out what has been developed at SupplyOn in the last quarter
Always looking back at the last three months: two years of SAFe and one year of Program Increment remotely.

In 2021, we are celebrating two anniversaries at a time: two years of agile software development via SAFe and one year of virtual PI planning. Since 2019, we have been reviewing the progress achieved in our solutions every three months in large rounds of so-called Program Increments (PI) – and for the past year, we have been following the innovations in virtual PI Plannings remotely. Nevertheless, it is always exciting to see what new functions and features have been developed.

What have the development teams already successfully implemented this year? Read more

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March 10, 2021

User enablement — or how we facilitate usage

Matching themes: UX

SupplyOn provides users with a broad range of tools designed to help them onboard and facilitate usage. The brand new feature: Interactive tours
SupplyOn provides users with a broad range of tools designed to facilitate usage. The brand new feature: Interactive Tours

From the user’s perspective, it always involves some effort till she or he can actually successfully use a (new) software or app. This learning process that users go through is also called “user onboarding”. It ranges from: “I’ll just try this out.” All the way to: “I know how to achieve my desired result with this product.” Ultimately, it is primarily about teaching users how they can best (or most easily) work successfully with a product. Read more

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January 28, 2021

Charity “Münchener Geschenkeregen” II: Mission accomplished

Matching themes: charity, Christmas, SupplyOn

Self-made cards, kind words of thanks and photos of children playing with their gifts - such a letter is heartwarming.
Self-made cards, kind words of thanks and photos of children playing with their gifts – such a letter is heartwarming.

The year 2020 has passed and it’s hard to believe that even the first month of the new one is almost over as well. At SupplyOn things are also back to normal. In our minds, Christmas is just a distant memory. Therefore, we were all the more surprised when we found thank-you cards and photos of happy children from Christmas Eve in the mail. The mission of our Christmas campaign of the “Münchener Geschenkeregen” (Munich Gift Rain) has been a complete success. We really could bring smiles on the children’s faces, and not too few of them.
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January 21, 2021

Which enhancements have been deployed in the last three months? The results of the Product Increment (PI) 2020-4

Matching themes: enhancements, PI, SAFe

From Portal to Surveys, from Sourcing to SCM, from Invoicing to Quality Management to AirSupply: many SupplyOn solutions have been enhanced in PI 2020-4.
From Portal to Surveys, from Sourcing to SCM, from Invoicing to Quality Management to AirSupply: many SupplyOn solutions have been enhanced in PI 2020-4

As an important part of our agile software development, we not only plan the next steps at the end of each quarter, but we also look back: What has been developed? Which progress did the different development teams achieve? What has actually been implemented?

Here is a summary of the most important enhancements from PI 2020-4: Read more

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January 7, 2021

SupplyOn User Community—how users co-design our products

Matching themes: Product Design, UX

The voice of our users counts: In the SupplyOn User Community, users can help shape our products according to their specific needs
The voice of our users counts: In the SupplyOn User Community, users can help shape our products according to their specific needs

Everyone knows this situation: Working with the same software, day by day, taking the same steps over and over again in order to complete our daily tasks. Sometimes questioning, why some things cannot be done any easier or why they are not as we would expect them to be. Wouldn’t it be nice to have someone to discuss these ideas and challenges? And maybe even get to see these ideas being transferred into reality?

Within SupplyOn we can make this dream come true: We offer all our users the opportunity to incorporate their ideas and suggestions into product development. Read more

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December 22, 2020

Charity “Münchner Geschenkeregen“: Bringing smiles on children’s faces

Matching themes: charity, SupplyOn

At SupplyOn, gifts pile up for children who otherwise wouldn’t have much to smile about.
At SupplyOn, Christmas gifts pile up for children who otherwise wouldn’t have much to smile about

Christmas is the season of miracles and sharing. While in Santa’s workshop at the North Pole, he and his elves are wrapping one gift after the other, four trainees at SupplyOn are also highly motivated to bring joy to children in need at Christmas. To ensure that as many colleagues as possible join in, they have come up with something very special in these home office times. Read more

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November 19, 2020

Material Design: the design principle for user-friendly software

Matching themes: Product Design, UI

Intuitive use, intelligent interactions, clear dashboards and effective navigation: Material Design makes software user-friendly
Intuitive use, intelligent interactions, clear dashboards and effective navigation: Material Design makes software user-friendly

Design is subject to constant change and causes controversial discussions. It is generally a debatable topic, as there are abundant opinions about it. As we all know, we all have different tastes.

SupplyOn, too, has taken up this challenge and embarked on a new era: introducing Material Design in the development of new business services requires all stakeholders to rethink, demands new strategies and, above all, clear communication. Read more

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October 8, 2020

What has been developed in the last three months? The results of the Program Increment (PI) 2020-3

Matching themes: enhancements, PI, SAFe

An overview of the latest enhancements to SupplyOn solutions
An overview of the latest enhancements to SupplyOn solutions

As an important part of our agile software development, we not only plan the next steps at the end of each quarter, but we also look back: What has been developed? Which progress did the different development teams achieve? What has actually been implemented? Read more

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