CG IT-solutions GmbH draws positive conclusion at the KOMCOM Nord 2009 has been its reputation as the most important meeting place for the KOMCOM Nord once more equitable public administration in the North. Those with CG IT solutions take a very positive conclusion as an exhibitor at the KOMCOM Nord. In addition to the partnership with metrTec was introducing the new RFID solution in the focus of interest. CG IT-solutions and metrTec presented a comprehensive and flexible solution for the records and information isolation, which meets the high demands of unique identification and acceleration of information processes. Users can through the new solution within spaces by means of radio frequency identification (RFID) with suitable readers uniquely identify each object and quickly. Both visitors and journalists had to explain the features in detail. “Enno Ahrens, Managing Director of CG IT-solutions:” we were amazed at how big is the encouragement to the common solution.
The numerous trade talks with new prospective customers are for us a confirmation that we are well prepared with our solutions for the future”. “MetrTec complements Klaas Dannen, Managing Director: the lively interest of visitors to powerful combined applications for information-based business continues to increase, particularly on solutions, which can be used to quickly and comprehensively managed and found objects.” About CG IT-solutions GmbH, the CG IT-solutions GmbH with its headquarters in Hamburg is an experienced provider for software solutions in the areas of electronic records management, document management, digital dictation, and process-based solutions. The company was founded in 2001 by Enno Ahrens lawyer and Diplom-Mathematiker Andreas Muller. Since 1998 work together on the development and support of electronic file management. CG IT Solutions offers more than ten years experience in software development and project management for staff and legal departments and law firms. The staff of CG IT solutions are on their respective field experts with great competence and experience. Today, the range of services in addition to specific developments, issue solutions and products comprises also professional services and strong project management.
‘Round table CSR’ on Sept. 21 in the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce as the first German professional Club the Hamburger sport-Verein recently published a CSR report. The HSV is deliberately geared to a classic economic operation and economic, ecological and social sustainability arises. Quite different from the FC St. Pauli. Unconventional as ever and ever the Kiez Club coordinated a variety of social projects in the vicinity of its intense fanbase. As the HerangehensWeisen of these associations may be both are quite far forward in their CSR efforts. The eighth workshop discussion round table CSR”by Lai & colleagues is dedicated to the sport as a player of CSR therefore from these two examples.
Welcome we invite you most: September 21, 2009, 17:30-20:00 Chamber of Commerce Hamburg (Elbe) (space) Adolphsplatz 1, 20457 Hamburg Katja Kraus, HSV Board Member, and Michael Meeske, Managing Director of FC St. Pauli, arise in the discussion. In the aftermath of the impulse lectures we would as usual with you discuss, ideas and experience exchange, as well as deepen contacts. You want to register for this free event? Please contact the strategic communications consultancy for medium-sized enterprises as well as larger consolidated units, as well as urban and municipal facilities until September 14 to us at 040/752577-992 or via E-Mail at focus of Lai & colleagues. Thematic focus of advice in addition to business & services in the fields of regional marketing & tourism, sports & sponsorship, technology & healthcare, corporate (social) responsibility. Alexander Weber Lai & colleagues Ruhr road 11 22761 Hamburg Tel.: 040 / 75 25 77-992 focus of Lai & colleagues is the strategic communications consultancy for medium-sized enterprises as well as larger consolidated units, as well as urban and municipal facilities. Thematically the advice in addition to business & services in the areas of focus on technology & Healthcare, regional marketing & tourism, sports & sponsorship and corporate (social) responsibility.
The history of furniture, has its origin in the evolution and progress of mankind, but the earliest references complete enough that we refer to ancient Egypt. In this article we talk about the history of the cabinets. Today the cabinets are known worldwide and are widespread throughout Europe. In Spain, there cupboards in Coruna, in Madrid, in Seville in Barcelona, in Valencia. The Cabinet is known at least since Roman times as it appears in the paintings of Herculaneum. Although initially only serve to contain weapons, as its name indicates, was soon used to save all kinds of objects. In the middle ages, with the exception of the churches and monasteries, serving only to enclose the weapons and armor as the other objects were kept in chests or simple sideboards. But already from the beginning of the 15th century used as a closet with the same purpose as now and its doors were decorated with reliefs when previously they wore only paintings.
In the centuries XVI and XVII wore elegant wardrobes and two bodies from the century 18Th are built armarios-vitrina and bibliotecas-vitrina as worthy of Hall and cabinet furniture. Early cabinets are four doors, two above and two below, and serve to keep white clothes, used woods such as walnut and oak, plywood and carving decoration were walnut and the half-columns were usually obscured Peral. The architectural aspect and the tendency to use decorative motifs more rich, escultoricos derived from the Renaissance Italian leaves his influence throughout the century. The Kabinettschrank is a derivation of the Cabinet, furniture to which sovereigns and Lords trusted the representation of their wealth. Therefore it is very difficult to find copies in the shops of Antiquities, luckily have become museums. The homeland of the Kabinettschrank was without doubt Augsburg and its diffuser parent Philip Hainofer, Augsburg furniture were the most beautiful; they were entirely in silver, often using expensive materials were added to that precious stones and polychrome plaster figures of gilded bronze and mechanisms automatic music.