Cleaning is big business for Kärcher, the world’s leading provider of efficient, resource-conserving cleaning systems for industry, home and garden. The company keeps a gleam on its competitive edge through continual innovation and a drive to achieve ever-better solutions. That’s why Kärcher has made the decision to undergo a digital transformation of its processes and move to the cloud.
Specifically, Kärcher will rely on Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE platform to strengthen brand performance, innovation and quality. The platform will enable Karcher to digitally integrate its product development processes, improve collaboration and knowledge sharing among employees, and reduce product development and production costs.
Kärcher had originally planned to deploy the 3DEXPERIENCE platform on premise. But, when presented with the opportunity to access the platform on the cloud, it became obvious that the cloud platform created a clean sweep of advantages that could not be matched by an on-site, server-based system.
The company was more than comfortable trusting the cloud expertise of Dassault Systèmes. Recently named the third fastest-growing cloud company by PcW Global, Dassault Systèmes offers the industry’s largest cloud solution portfolio with applications for every stage of the value stream.
The Cloud Advantage
As the world becomes increasingly reliant on digital technology, everything connects through the cloud. It’s a key part of the shift toward the digital hyper-connectivity of people, organizations and objects via the internet, mobile and IoT. Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE platform on the cloud enables all employees of a business to instantly access the platform, regardless of their location. It unites people, ideas and knowledge, allowing them to collaborate better, experiment more and innovate faster. Beyond the advantages of agility and rapid product development, the cloud is a smart business move that contributes to enhanced cost management, a higher level of security and continual, current access to hardware and software updates.
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