Your personal INTECIO journey - Interview mit Philipp Rosin

How long have you been working at INTECIO and what are your responsibilities?

I started working at INTECIO in February 2017 as an SCM consultant for customer projects in the areas of production, logistics and transport. My tasks include presenting our portfolio to the customer, conducting customer workshops, jointly conceptualizing the projects to be implemented, and finally project implementation and monitoring.

What is your personal path at INTECIO?

At the time, I made a conscious decision to move from a large corporation, where I had worked for years, to a medium-sized company in order to establish myself in the field of SAP consulting. I was particularly interested in the process of consulting and designing, but also in the planning and implementation of a complete logistics or transport project in the SAP environment – I wanted to focus my career completely on these areas.

INTECIO’s corporate structure and philosophy also appealed to me, as it was very different from the usual large corporation structure.

INTECIO in one sentence?

“We can’t” doesn’t exist.

You recently completed an EWM upgrade for a customer – what are your experiences from such a project?

We completed an upgrade of an SAP EWM system in conjunction with the existing fully automated high-bay warehouse at a large frozen bakery goods manufacturer. The warehouse was newly built in 2016 and has since been operated by an EWM system release 9.0, which we upgraded to release 9.5.

You come out of every project with new experience. In this project, I became particularly aware of the importance of timely involvement of all service providers in all phases of the project.

At INTECIO, we like to advise our customers as a whole: from the initial idea, through conceptual design and cost estimation, to project implementation, including testing and final handover. In order to be able to fully assess all conditions and circumstances surrounding the project, such as existing hardware, all details must be discussed and communicated from day 1. Only in this way can unforeseen situations be ruled out, successful tests carried out and the schedule adhered to.