Case study on process integration at LV Münster

Benefits of the case study for your organization:

  • How a process-oriented integration strategy was implemented
  • Ways to increased agility and flexibility
  • Best practice example of process integration

In our case study you will learn how, thanks to E2E BRIDGE, the Münster agricultural publishing house (Landwirtschaftsverlag Münster) was able to modernise its outdated heterogeneous IT landscape thereby accelerating the development of new areas of business and the increasing the automation of business processes.

Using E2E BRIDGE as its integration platform, processes and applications were able to be modernized without any risk of a negative impact on daily business processes. During, and also after, the modernization process of the heterogeneous system landscape E2E BRIDGE was the central data hub and communication platform. This way Landwirtschaftsverlag Münster was able to benefit from effective and long term cooperation between specialist departments, development and IT operations. In addition, expertise within the business is now centrally documented and processes, services and interfaces can be planned, developed and operated significantly faster.

Read the case study and learn how E2E BRIDGE was able to generate innovative and flexible business models thanks to process integration.   

LV Münster Case Study

The E2E BRIDGE is a universal, easyto-learn tool, which we employ for all our use cases in the domains of process and system integration.

– Volker Dirksen, Head of IT, Landwirtschaftsverlag Münster

Definition of process integration

In a company’s system landscape there are mostly a multitude of processes to be found which are not optimally calibrated with each other. It is therefore necessary to link these processes with each other – to integrate them with each other. This relates not only to internal processes but also to external processes: for example to the connection of business customers and suppliers. Comprehensive process integration carries many opportunities within it and this can be seen in particular with transparency. In a best case scenario the close linking of processes leads to enormous time savings and the reliable, risk-free transfer of data.

About Landwirtschaftsverlag Münster

The Landwirtschaftsverlag Münster (LV) employs over 500 staff and publishes journals, books and new media. With more than 20 business-related and special interest titles, LV is the leading European publishing house for farming and agriculture. In addition to various specialty magazines, the success journal “Landlust” is part of LV’s portfolio. With more than 1 million copies sold on a regular basis, Landlust is amongst Germany’s top 20 best selling journals.