From 1997 to 2007 I was employed at Documentum in Munich and was responsible for the technical sales issues for Central & Eastern Europe, Middle East and South Africa. I witnessed the birth of the fme – Documentum partnership in 1998 at close quarters. With fme Documentum had found the ideal partner to realize projects in Germany. Since then I have always followed the development and international growth of fme. That’s why I’m all the more pleased I joined the fme in 2015 and am now responsible for content management and cloud business as a board member of fme AG.
At fme we are proud that this year marks the 20th anniversary of our partnership with Documentum, now part of OpenText. It is a success story with countless successful client projects, a world renowned product that has been certified for more than 10 years, extensive platform and industry-specific process know-how and a great team of highly specialized employees.
I really enjoyed my first Working Out Loud Circle: fixed appointments, changing tasks for processing my goal, exchange with colleagues that I less knew before, receiving and suggesting ideas. How I experienced the first 6 weeks Working Out Loud @ fme AG, you may have already read in my > »mid-term review«.
Where do I stand after 12 weeks of Working Out Loud?
Am I open-minded in the work context, do I share my work status at any time for feedback and do I connect with people all over the world like general WOL goals expect?
What do you see in the picture? Two faces looking at each other or a jug? Both?
In music it’s easy: You put a few musicians together, hand out music sheets, everyone knows how to read them correctly and you hear the desired music in the right rhythm.
Similarly with construction: A construction drawing is made and each construction expert can extract exactly what the draughtsman meant.
Skew tones in the business world
And in our business world, where we encounter presentations, diagrams, graphs and tables every day? Here often a completely different music plays.