Professor Binner Academy and arvato Systems Form Strategic Partnership for the MITO methodology tool

A world first for integrated design of process management systems

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The Professor Binner Academy (pbaka) and arvato Systems have agreed to a strategic partnership for jointly marketing and developing the integrated MITO standard methodology tool. arvato Systems, in collaboration with the Professor Binner Academy, will provide a portal based on Microsoft SharePoint for the MITO tool developed by pbaka. Many services supporting collaboration as well as community and reporting technologies use the integrated MITO methodologies in their real-time applications. Right from the start, users have access to approximately 1,000 checklists, reference templates, and portfolios. The MITO enterprise solution will make its worldwide debut as the future standard methodology for integrated process management system design at CeBIT 2012 in Hall 4, Booth A 26.

“Both partners are recognized experts in their respective fields. Professor Binner is an expert in systematic knowledge transfer and integrated modeling methods, and arvato Systems has technical expertise as a systems integrator and consulting firm. Together, we are establishing the future standard methodology for the integrated design of process management systems in the market,” explains Matthias Moeller, Managing Director of arvato Systems Technologies. “Specific industries, such as public utilities, public administration, and services companies, will benefit directly,” says Moeller. Professor Binner adds: “By pooling our expertise and using the MITO model in combination with the MITO methodology tool, we are able to provide managers, advisors, and faculties with an integrated analytical, diagnostic, evaluation, and decision-making tool for simple and effective enterprise and process design, as well as skills development and continuing education.”

“Businesses often spend a great deal of money on professional problem-solving and decision-making. Together with the MITO tool, the MITO model makes it possible to analyze strengths and weaknesses, and to research and evaluate opportunities and risks, quickly and in a highly structured manner, in an integrated decision-making environment having a user-friendly user interface,” explains Jens Helge Pfau, Manager and Project Manager at arvato Systems. “This is exactly where the partnership with Professor Binner comes into play, to allow our customers to benefit from a complete package comprising knowledge transfer, methodology, IT technology, and services.”

About pbaka
The Professor Binner Academy is an educational and coaching institute that is an outgrowth of the Binner Consulting & Software consulting and software development company, which was founded in 1994 by Dr. Hartmut F. Binner. The Academy’s mission is to impart skills and expertise surrounding strategies, methodologies, and concepts successfully and sustainably, in a hands-on, professional manner, with the aim of:

- (M) growing organizations (Management),
- (I) providing people with skills (Input),
- (T) improving processes (Transformation), and
- (O) increasing customer satisfaction (Output)

efficiently, effectively, flexibly, and with an individual focus. Together with the MITO methodology tool, the MITO process model developed by Professor Binner plays a key role in imparting knowledge for integrated and consistent enterprise development and design.

Contacts regarding MITO:

Prof. Dr. H.-F. Binner
Schützenallee 1
D-30519 Hannover
Tel. +49 (0)511/ 84 86 48 - 120

arvato Systems
Jens H. Pfau
An der Autobahn 220
D-33333 Gütersloh
Tel. +49 (0)5241/80- 89 184
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