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DATWYLER Newsletter - May 2020

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Dear Business Partner, 
 
The corona crisis has brought us a lot of bad news, but there is good news too. This includes the findings of our study on “How digital are small and medium-sized businesses?” which we carried out in the DACH region and China. The businesses are actively shaping the digitisation process with current projects and want to invest heavily in their IT infrastructure in the future as well. On the basis of these findings the pandemic could be the decisive catalyst in speeding up the digitisation of small and medium-sized businesses (SMB).

In our May Newsletter you will find out more about the key findings of the study. Our CEO, Johannes Müller, and Xubing Xia, the Managing Director in China, place the results in the present context. We also present a new reference project and ask you to cast your vote in Vogel IT’s “IT Awards 2020” – for as you see, we have been nominated.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information at any time – either by telephone or email.
 
Kind regards,
Your Datwyler team

Top News

How digital are SMB?
Foundation for successful digitisation
Digitisation has reached SMB
Because it has to do with safety
Your vote counts
Panorama” no. 1/2020

Datwyler Study:

How digital are small and medium-sized businesses?

Study on IT infrastructures in DACH and China

How are small and medium-sized enterprises meeting the strategic and technical challenges of digitisation in the medium and long term? This is the question addressed by Datwyler in a study investigating the status and evolution of digitisation in the DACH region and China…

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News:

Foundation for successful digitisation

On the relevance of the IT infrastructure

The overwhelming majority of the small and medium-sized businesses surveyed in the DACH region and China considered the IT infrastructure as crucial or important for the successful process of digital change. In DACH the figure was 82.5 percent, in China it was as high as 97.5 percent...

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News:

Digitisation has reached SMB

Digital projects and business models

The companies surveyed in the Datwyler study are in the midst of the digitisation process and want to play an active role in shaping it. On average one third (33 percent) of businesses in the DACH region are in the process of implementing digitisation projects, in China the figure is 37 percent...

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Case Studies:

Unfallkasse NRW

Because it has to do with safety

Unfallkasse NRW, the North Rhine-Westphalia Accident Compensation Fund, is using Datwyler fail-safe cabling solutions in their new headquarters. Frings Elektro-Installationstechnik, the main supplier, installed an end-to-end high-performance data network from Datwyler, the cables and components of which are perfectly matched...

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News:

Your vote counts

Voting on the IT Awards is open until 31st August

Datwyler has been nominated for the “DataCenter Insider Readers' Choice Award” in the Data Centre Cabling category. Until the end of August you can take part in the poll – and vote for us. We look forward to your vote!

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Publications:

“Panorama” no. 1/2020

Read our customer magazine online

Our new customer magazine appeared a few days ago. It is now available in English and German language in our online download area (as PDF). We would also be happy to send you a hard copy...

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