Agile, flexible, self-sufficient - is the Composable Enterprise the game changer for IT?
A composable enterprise is capable of flexibly assembling its business model and its business processes from components using modern information technology, while still working holistically. This enables the enterprise to react quickly to new situations, introduce new processes or replace existing ones. Composable is thus the opposite of monolithic. The term extends from the strategy level to the implementation of the application systems. The enterprise is therefore "composable" from the business strategy to the IT systems. The "Composable Enterprise" concept addresses important requirements for a modern enterprise and is therefore also a valuable compass for its IT development. The conceptual approach and more in-depth explanations await you in this presentation by Prof. Dr. August-Wilhelm Scheer.Watch the recording now
The new Scheer PAS 22.2 release is now available
with the new PAS 22.2 release, Scheer PAS introduces a range of great innovations built to help you fix the inefficiencies in your business operations and boost your agility for tomorrow.
We are excited to showcase the latest features to help you achieve your goals with Scheer PAS. The highlights of the 22.2 release are:
Highlighting of keywords in the Action Script Editor
Action Script keywords, constants as well as some basic data types and comments are now highlighted in different colors so that you can work easily with the Action Script Editor.
Add parameters directly on your diagram
Adding parameters to operations directly from the diagram will make your work easier. Just drag your mouse on the diagram and easily add input and output parameters directly to operations.
Customization of REST APIs
With the new 22.2 release, the Designer supports modeling REST APIs. You can freely customize the interface of your Designer service beyond the auto-generated elements.
Enhanced Low-Code and Pro-Code capabilities:
Create xUML Libraries
Do you work on large projects? The Designer can split projects into seperate libraries, where each library can be developed independently allowing parallel development with multiple modelers.
PAS xUML Library Development Kit
With this new feature, simply create Pro-Code libraries using standard Typescript and Angular only. You don't need to know the meta files.
In the Transfer Quota Policy, you can now also select IP addresses as a granularity for which the transferred bytes are counted.
Want to know more about the new PAS 22.2 release?
Check out all features as well as improvements and fixes here.
Scheer PAS is the only solution that transforms, automates, integrates, and builds business applications by providing one Low-Code & process-oriented experience that combines Integration, Application Development and Process Automation.
Scheer PAS and German Edge Cloud: Strategic partnership for digital transformation in manufacturing
German Edge Cloud and Scheer PAS are pooling their strengths. The strategic partnership brings together two owner-managed companies with a reputation as pioneers of digital transformation. Faster digitalisation of production processes is the goal. Companies today need a higher level of flexibility and agility to adapt their production processes to new market demands. They must be able to react faster and more purposefully to unforeseen internal and external circumstances. Improvements in the areas of quality, resilience, delivery capabilities, transparency and OEE are the decisive benefits.
„We are very pleased to have found an innovation-driven partner for Scheer PAS in the industry. GEC and the Friedhelm Loh Group have accumulated detailed know-how and practical experience when it comes to industrial automation processes.“
- Prof. Dr. August-Wilhelm Scheer
„Our family-run companies share a passion for innovation. The goal of the strategic partnership is to simplify and accelerate digitalisation projects – especially against the background of current and coming economic and social challenges, that is imperative.“
- Prof. Friedhelm Loh