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The consequences of Brexit

December has just begun, and the Brexit transition period will be concluded by the end of this month. How does this affect transactions between Europe and the United Kingdom? And specifically, what does this do for the VAT diversion?

One of our Finance/VAT experts, Marinus, is happy to take you through the struggles of a Dutch trading company.

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Less manual actions by using SAP Intelligent RPA

During day-to-day operations, a lot of information is sent and received with Outlook. If employees receive requests or questions about sales orders, they have to search their mailbox and in the ERP system to formulate an answer. But what does this do for the actual work? To reduce the workload of employees, this process can be automated by means of SAP Intelligent RPA.

Do you read along for the solution?

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SAP Business ByDesign is taking the next step; Invoice scanning

Since the 20.08 release it is possible to upload your PDF-invoice directly into SAP Business ByDesign. Or, if you work with large numbers, the PDF-invoices can be automatically uploaded to your ERP system via SAP Business ByDesign plug in “Collaboration Window”.

With the start of invoice scanning for all incoming supplier invoices, it becomes possible for you to automate the entry of invoices without the use of OCR software.

Do you also want to use the new invoice scanning functionality? INSynQ is ready to help you! Within one day, our consultants will take care of implementing the functionality.

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Integrated Business Planning provides rock-solid supply chain

The challenge for supply chain management is to make tomorrow’s demand transparent and to plan it properly. Professional ERP software such as SAP is indispensable for this. Integrated Business Planning supports you to make the supply chain rock solid, without weak links

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Capacity increase via inventory in SAP EWM

Few warehouses put the inventory process at the top of the priority list. When you look at a warehouse’s priority list, the moving processes are often the most important and especially the outgoing movements. But the warning may well be issued to those companies that under-identify the inventory. A too low frequency of inventory control will ultimately also affect the output of your moving processes.

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WM or EWM? Choose between customization or standard solution
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WM or EWM? Choose between customization or standard solution

Many logistics companies have been using SAP Warehouse Management for a considerable period. SAP WM is a proven warehousing solution. However, with SAP WM, the sky is not the limit. The system also has its limitations. For example, when Third Party Logistics (3PL) companies have to deal with very complex logistics processes in the supply chain, or if they have a customer portfolio with specific requirements.

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WM-Tile table visualizes logistics processes in warehouse

Managing a warehouse professionally, requires a tailor-made warehouse management system. How do you make the right choice for the system that includes all logistics processes in your warehouse? To facilitate this decision, INSynQ developed a practical tool with the WM Tile Table to make these logistics processes transparent and negotiable.

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Innovative ideas get wings at INSynQ

Organizations are constantly moving. New developments are happening at lightning speed. Think blockchain and Internet of Things, for example. Sitting back is not an option. It is the art to respond to new developments in a timely manner.

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Corporation Bydesign, Design Thinking, INSynQ, SAP
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Corporation ByDesign for Housing Corporations

The business operations in small and medium-sized enterprises impose specific requirements on the necessary functionalities of ERP software. And within SMEs, there is another subdivision in sectors or sectors that are struggling with their own problems.

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Digital transformation among housing associations

Collaboration is an advantage

The slogan: “Think big, start small, scale-up or fail” is the basis of successful innovative digital transitions. By making a holistic vision, a housing corporation can gain real insight into the processes that they currently experience as difficult and draw up a plan for how to deal with the digital transformation in the coming years. This plan makes it possible to start with new technology on a small scale and to scale up easily in order to be successful in this way.

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Festive delivery of Care bus 5 and 6 at Archipelago Care Group

INSynQ BV Peter Ouëndag was yesterday at the festive delivery of Care bus 5 and 6 at Archipelago Care Group. Together with 25 enthusiastic and socially engaged regional entrepreneurs, these care buses have been delivered.

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Discover the social face of INSynQ

Do you, as an engineer or consultant, feel drawn to the intransigence and drive of these well-known explorers? INSynQ does. There is a striking agreement between these 5 adventurers and our company philosophy. Our employees are also adventurous, are not easily dismayed by adversity, sail against the current if desired and are determined to achieve their goal. These so-called soft skills are often not mentioned on the CV of a new employee. And INSynQ is looking for the ‘soft side’ of future engineers and consultants.

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SAP Business ByDesign, Cloud Solution for SMEs

Business operations in small and medium-sized businesses place different requirements on a SAP application than the business operations of large (international) companies. This means that the ERP solution SAP S/4HANA feels like an expensive jacket that is far too big, with all kinds of pockets and zippers that you do not use in an SME. With SAP Business ByDesign, SAP has developed a smaller brother that does justice to the wishes and specifications of SMEs and subsidiaries of large organizations.

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Does your ERP system ensure a correct VAT determination?

The tax authorities expect companies to put the correct amount of VAT on their outgoing invoices. And that they carefully check incoming invoices for the calculated VAT percentage. If your company only has transactions within the Netherlands, the VAT deduction is not a complicated task. It becomes complex when you do business with foreign customers and suppliers.

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Clicks, Bricks or Nothing?

Thomas Kühn was the first to use the concept of paradigm shift in his book The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. When I first heard of it at a symposium, my first thought was that this was yet another hype cry from a spacecake-eating wannabe fortune teller. It’s a great word for Scrabble, but it was. Kühn defines a paradigm shift as a (scientific) development that leads to a dramatically altered picture of reality.

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Is German sexy?

I like to think of myself as a car enthusiast. Especially classic Italian sports cars. But Bentley also built beautiful cars before World War II. The design of current automobiles is dictated by wind tunnels and tax rules. And with that, everything built after 1990 can be relegated to boring uniformity. Boring. And ugly. Do you agree?

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Planning in social work provision

More and more Social Workers Companies are positioning themselves as an independent chain partner. They focus on the development of people with distance to the labour market in addition to the creation of sufficiently sheltered jobs.

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New times for Housing Associations

In 1960, John Fitzgerald Kennedy won the U.S. presidential election. One of the pillars of his election was the promise to the American people that America would be the first nation to set foot on the moon in that same decade. After all, the Russians had already become the first to put Yuri Gagarin into space, which was perceived as a heavy defeat in the cold war.

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Flying Tourbillons, Porsches 911 and other craziness

Any idea what a flying tourbillon is? A tourbillon, French for whirlwind, was invented by Louis Breguet in the era of the mechanical pocket watch to minimize the influence of gravity on the operation of timepieces. You’re still following me? To this day, this is one of the most expensive and pompous technical feats that can be built into mechanical watches.

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Saving costs people-oriented, is that possible?

From 2015 onwards, municipalities are responsible for the implementation of the Social Support Law 2015, the Youth Act and the Participation Act. This changed legislation requires a new way of working. New goals have been set and new partnerships are emerging everywhere. The social partners have agreed to create 125,000 additional jobs and work companies are being created in all 35 labour market regions.

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Budgeting: Action into words

Executives often experience budgets as a tedious, annual negotiation. Does your budget process seem like a Mutual competition? Where more budget is requested but the outcome is already certain? Are expectations increasing, but the resources are not? Do unclear plans get a lot of budget? The budget process is then a waste of time. That’s a shame, because it’s an excellent way to reflect, set the new course and get noses in the same direction.

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New times within social work provision

In 1960, John Fitzgerald Kennedy won the U.S. presidential election. One of the pillars of his election was the promise to the American people that America would be the first nation to set foot on the moon in that same decade. After all, the Russians had already become the first to put Yuri Gagarin into space, which was perceived as a heavy defeat in the cold war. As a result of this statement, astronomical sums were invested even in the years after his election to put the first man on the moon.

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Housing associations save money by budgeting

This could just be the headline of an article in the Financial Times in 2017. And why is this startling news?

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Business KPI: The development of control

Driving a cruise ship presents many challenges. Where in the past the navigation, steering and all control systems were done by hand, nowadays these are mostly automated. The captain and the helmsman have become dependent on the right information at the right time and the right place for their decisions. The bridge of these ships is therefore more like the control room of the control tower at Schiphol than a ship!

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Stop integration, work together!

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Added value customer panels for housing associations

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High-tech going slightly MADD?

Are you planning to sell part of your business? Or is there an acquisition planned? In the fast-paced world of tech companies, this is common. Mergers, acquisitions, divestments and disentanglements have enormous consequences for your process and systems. Don't be fooled. Make sure that you stay ahead during and after such an operation. In this video, INSynQ will get you pointed in the right direction. Read more
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