On 14 and 15
October, the second .NET training session was held at Soloplan. It was a great
success. More than 160 customers from Germany and abroad attended the free
training session in order to learn more about the further development of the
Transport Planning area.
Order Entry was the first area to be
migrated from Delphi to .NET. That migration took place in October 2018. Now,
just about a year later, the Transport Planning area is also being migrated.
The new Transport Planning (.NET) allows customers to use the numerous known
functions and at the same time profit from new technologies.
Thanks to the simplification and improvement
of many concepts, the new area provides, above all, more flexibility with
regard to adjustments and a uniform user experience in CarLo. In the future,
users will also benefit from innovations such as the workflow editor that
enables the integration of business processes or from the use of artificial
intelligence in transport planning.
many reasons for a migration to .NET. The most important aspect to us is that
we can guarantee our customers constant further development and improvement as
well as access to new future-oriented technologies such as App/Web development,
a cloud platform and ML.NET,” says Wolfgang Heidl, CEO of Soloplan GmbH.
After a get-together over German pretzels
and coffee, Marc Schomerus, team leader development, explained the background
and benefits of the migration from Delphi to .NET.
Afterwards, Ulrich Mader, deputy head of
customer management, gave the first part of the training. The focus of that
first part was on the users and the operational aspects of Transport Planning
(.NET). The second part was aimed at experienced key users and CarLo
administrators. Practical examples were used to present all innovations in the
technical field of Transport Planning (.NET) in CarLo.
At the end of the training session and during the breaks, there was a lively exchange between the participants and the Soloplan team. The speakers as well as the sales representatives and developers were available to answer the participants’ questions.