”From a customer’s point of view” session description
A much appreciated feature at our user conferences is ”From a customer’s point of view”, where an Aaro customer presents how they use our services or our software.
The sessions ”From a customer’s point of view” give you the opportunity to get an insight of how other groups use and benefit from AARO, AARO Lease IFRS 16 and more.
Let’s get inspired and learn from their experiences!
Carl Larsson, Group Financial Controller at Dometic, tells us about his experience of the AARO products and how they are used at Dometic today.
Carl will also join us for a live Q&A session after the interview.
Dometic manufactures and provides innovative and high-quality products for ”Mobile living” in the areas of Food & Beverage, Climate, Energy & Control, Safety & Security and Hygiene & Sanitation, on the global market.
Monica Källstrand and Ingela Selbherr, Group Financial Controllers at IPCO, share their experiences about working with Cash Flow in AARO.
They also join us for a live Q&A session after the interview.
IPCO is an industrial company that develop and provide advanced high performance, customized processing solutions and services within industrial production processes, across a wide range of industries and geographies.
8th December – Two ”From a customer’s point of view” sessions in a row!:
On 8th December, we talk to Karl Björnermark, CFO at BraunAbility, who shares his long experience of working in AARO, and why BraunAbility uses it today. Listen to the interview on conference day seven (the 8th December), at 11:00-11:15 (CET).
For over 45 years, BraunAbility has been committed to changing lives for people with physical disabilities through innovative mobility solutions that provide independence and ease-of-use. They are today a global industry leader with over 1200 employees serving more than 70 countries.
The interview and Q&A session with Karl Björnermark is directly followed by the interview & Q&A with Anette Lindén at HMS, at 11:15-11:25.
Anette Lindén, Group Financial Controller at HMS Industrial Networks, talks about their collaboration with AARO Academy, and other AARO-related things. Anette is also available for a live Q&A after the interview.
HMS (Hardware Meets Software™) is a global group that connect industrial devices and networks with products that makes it possible for industrial machines and devices (hardware) to connect with control systems and the Internet (software).
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