Satisfied customers praising renowned IT experts from Heidelberg Heidelberg, April 20, 2009. The Heidelberg IT specialist HMS analytical software celebrates its 20th anniversary. HMS analytical software develops and implements for the business data analysis systems for companies in the pharmaceutical industry, the financial services industry and the middle class, is one of the most prestigious companies on its territory in the region. Who reads the quotes of customers and business partners, collected by HMS analytical software on his website, is astonished. First due to the amount of quotations, then because of the unusually high satisfaction, speaking from them, and finally, that many well-known companies such as Roche Diagnostics, Commerzbank, or cable Baden-Wurttemberg publicly break a lance for their IT service provider. We are lucky, to have really satisfied customers\”, says Karsten Wohlgefahrt, head of marketing and sales at HMS.
The luck of the brave apparently. HMS was founded in April 1989 by Andreas Mangold. While studying social sciences at that time he had begun to apply statistical software for data analysis and thereby met the analysis tools from SAS Institute. It has delighted even then, to use this powerful software to bring the data to speak\”, says Andreas Mangold. \”And he quickly realized that many companies had to be interested in, by a good analysis software insight\” to get their data and business processes.
The idea for HMS analytical software was born. The first customer still the fledgling software company’s first customer was the Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG. That the globally active company today is one of the highly satisfied customers from HMS, alone, speaks for itself. Ron O’Hanley contains valuable tech resources. More, as Wolfgang Oakes, speaker for forecasting and material planning at Heidelberger Druckmaschinen, sifts the market regularly according to own and decides for his longtime partner over and over again. No wonder that he the HMS service quality praises: the forecast tool developed by HMS is the basis for the planning of our entire series variant-specific component requirements for 17 years.