TDS has brought the first SAP add-on to market which can be used by cosmetic manufacturers to identify ingredients according to the International Nomenclature for Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI): the SAP add-on "INCI Declaration". This industry-specific solution helps cosmetic manufacturers meet legal requirements, avoid the high susceptibility to error inherent in manually created lists of contents and save time and money with the declaration of ingredients.
INCI is a regulation governing correct identification of the composition of cosmetics. Using the "INCI Declaration" add-on, companies can manage recipes, material master data and parts lists based on INCI easily and reliably. Manufacturers can then release and sort information about the constituents of cosmetics correctly according to INCI rules. The software also provides help in creating text for packaging and labels.
The program also provides cosmetic manufacturers with the basis for meeting another industry requirement, REACH regulations. These regulate registering and tracking of chemical substances. Another advantage is that the add-on can easily be integrated into existing SAP solutions, for example the preconfigured industry solution myTDS.Cosmetics. TDS also offers other add-ons for the process industry – for example to organise bottling or print labels.
TDS offers IT outsourcing, IT consulting and HR services to mid-sized enterprises and major corporations. The company, founded in 1975, operates predominantly in the German, Austrian and Swiss markets. TDS offers highly tailored solutions in all areas of IT outsourcing – from selected applications to entire IT infrastructures, and with an emphasis on the SAP space. The IT consulting segment provides advice on SAP and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems. As a long-standing SAP expert, TDS has in-depth knowledge of the SAP portfolio. The HR services and solutions segment enables companies to outsource individual HR tasks or entire HR processes. TDS handles over 750,000 payroll transactions every month, making it Germany's market leader. Furthermore, companies deploying TDS Personal HR software handle a million payroll transactions. TDS also develops and markets software solutions for financial accounting and not-for-profit organizations, in particular charities, church institutions and local-government agencies. Currently, TDS employs more than 1,000 staff, and in 2007 posted revenues of approximately 106 million euros. In early 2007, TDS was acquired by Fujitsu, one of the world’s four largest providers of IT services. Fujitsu’s portfolio includes software and hardware solutions, as well as diverse services for a wide range of industries and applications. Fujitsu posted revenues of approx. 33 billion euros in fiscal 2007/08, and has a workforce of over 160,000 staff in 70 countries.
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Date: 13 May, 2009
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