How Sandler and T.CON built an adaptive system, which provides agility to react quickly to dynamic market needs.
The term Pivoting, companies quickly changing course to adapt to the market, is one of the latest buzzwords coming out of the Silicon Valley: Sandler however has been doing this long before the computer revolution. Adapting to market needs and dynamics by skillfully embracing new technologies is old news to Sandler AG. They are not only changing what they do, but also how they do it: Thanks to Sandler's holistic view on external parameters as well as internal processes, they have grown to master the strengths of innovative enterprise software. Despite being a well-established company, Sandler AG has been enabling growth through their ability to constantly adapt since they were founded in 1879. They have come far since their early roots with shredded waddings for the upholstery industry. Having reinvented themselves many times, they for example met the challenges of the pandemic by establishing a new production line early on in the COVID-19 outbreak to increase production of nonwoven filter media for face masks.
Having put a strong emphasis on a resilient IT foundation that is built on the principle of allowing agility, their line was the first of its kind to come on stream to establish German supply chains for medical protective masks.
Sandler AG achieved world market leadership through a resilient production which utilizes the ever newest technological possibilities. Their stable and heterogeneous IT landscape enables flexible adaptation to changing market needs.
Find out in the customer presentation, how Sandler AG and T.CON developed a digitization strategy with one eye on the future, serving as a backbone to enable an optimistic future for Sandler.