Digital delivery note with pen and paper

Customers benefit greatly from a new digital delivery note system and internal operating and administration costs have decreased enormously.

In 2011, maxit Baustoffwerke GmbH (Fig. 1), which is based in Krölpa, Thuringia, was seeking a solution that would enable the company to manage its increasing quantity of delivery notes and provide its customers with better support at the same time. It also had to be a centralised and standardised solution that could be employed by all five plants affected by the aforementioned challenges, and it was found when a pen which writes on normal paper and simultaneously digitalises (Fig. 2) whatever is written was developed. When a delivery note is filled out on site, the data is sent to the head...

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