"We consider SOLYP3’s questionnaires to be particularly valuable, as they are specially customized to our processes and structures."
~ Stephan Biermann, Head of Controlling, Zentis GmbH & Co. KG
Zentis Implements SOLYP3 – Food Company Focuses on Strategy Work
Aachen, Frankfurt/M., Nuremberg – March 2012 - PwC is currently adapting the strategy platform SOLYP3 to the company’s requirements, with the help of the experts in strategic management systems, SOLYP Informatik GmbH. This partnership between two highly specialized service providers enables synergies in methodology and expertise to be exploited, resulting in some ground-breaking innovations in strategy work.
"Already this year, all our planning processes and strategic data are focussing on the strategic planning software SOLYP3. SOLYP and PwC are seeing us through this complex reorganisation and are still supporting us in the initial phase of inputting data. In the medium term, data will be collected exclusively by our employees. We consider SOLYP3’s questionnaires to be particularly valuable, as they are specially customized to our processes and structures. These are completed across the group, which provides us with an integrated strategic process including both quantitative and qualitative data," explains Stephan Biermann, Head of Controlling at Zentis.
With the introduction of the strategic software SOLYP3, the international corporation Zentis is showing the significance it attaches to strategic planning. "With SOLYP3 we can represent our whole strategic planning process methodically and supported by our systems, and so we expect to be able to prepare, implement and evaluate strategic decisions far better in the future," says Biermann.
Alexander Zimmermann, Managing Director of SOLYP Informatik GmbH, adds: "The strategic planning software SOLYP3 has more than 600 questionnaires available which can be used in a variety of ways according to the sector and business structure and can be tailored specially to the company. Adapting SOLYP3 precisely to the needs of a company and implementing it requires highly developed analytical skills, a comprehensive knowledge of the industry, and economic know-how which goes far beyond the norm. All in all a project like this is very challenging, so we are especially happy to have PwC on board as a competent partner."
- Press Release Zentis (pdf)