websiteRapid technological advancements, growing competition and increased customer expectations have made a marketer’s job tougher than ever before. BASF Business Services GmbH is a wholly-owned group company of BASF SE, whose service portfolio ranges from managing and operating supply chain and logistics, designing and optimizing business processes throughout the value chain to the consulting, development and operation of IT systems. 1,700 of the approximately 2,000 employees work at the Ludwigshafen site (as of December 31, 2016). BASF Business Services, whose headquarters are located in the south of Ludwigshafen, has 14 sites in Europe. The BASF subsidiary is certified according to the international quality management standard ISO 9001:2008 and through BASF SE is certified according to the international information security management standard ISO 27001:2013.
The token circulated by Faxport is based on the Ethereum standard Erc20 and has the transaction code FAS. FAS can be used, in addition to the legal tender, to purchase FX credit on Faxport (the value of 1 FX credit is fixed at US$0.1), allowing further purchases of all kinds of service products on the platform. There is a 15% discount for using FAS for purchases compared to legal tender.
The implementation of Lease Administration Services is simple and may be completed in a fraction of the time needed for other companies that package disparate software and services. After an initial walkthrough assessment and in-person workshop, Ricoh assigns a group of off-site legal experts to evaluate and digitize key data points tied to regulatory compliance within leases. This team comprises practicing lawyers who are managed by Ricoh’s eDiscovery experts. Once the data has been entered, the software incorporates these data points in workflows that centralize, monitor and manage the information to deliver simple, compliant accounting.
Helping clients meet their workforce needs is a matter of finding a niche and filling it-and keeping up with human resources trends. Work your way up in the industry by developing a roster of specially skilled workers, then use your “people skills” to build your business.
With your eye for photo opportunities-at weddings, parties, special events and more-you could be zooming in on profits as a freelance photographer. Be prepared to work weekends and evenings (when many clients will need your services) and to hire an assistant to help you juggle your photo paraphernalia.