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Company Overview of SupplyOn AG

Company Overview

SupplyOn AG provides a Web based platform for supply chain management in the manufacturing industry. The company’s platform for cross-company collaboration enables handling of business processes with partners and suppliers in the fields of purchasing, logistics, quality, and finance. In addition, it offers project management, customer support, training, and security/certificates services. SupplyOn AG was founded in 2000 and is based in Hallbergmoos, Germany.

Ludwigstrasse 49

Hallbergmoos,  85399


Founded in 2000


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Key Executives for SupplyOn AG

Chairman of Executive Board and Chief Executive Officer
President of North American Group
Head of Communications
Member of Executive Board
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

SupplyOn AG Key Developments

SupplyOn AG Announces Turnover Results for the Year 2013

SupplyOn AG announced turnover results for the year 2013. The company announced that the turnover increased by 10% to EUR 34 million. One reason for this success is the expansion of its consulting services. The significant increase in the global use of SupplyOn has also contributed to this growth.

Airbus Integrates 600 Suppliers Through the Airsupply Solution from SupplyOn AG

Airbus has integrated around 600 suppliers through the AirSupply solution from SupplyOn to ensure efficient handling of ordering and supply processes. As scheduled, the connection of the suppliers to AirSupply was completed in April 2013, with the system used previously by most of the suppliers being shut down. SupplyOn developed the AirSupply industry solution in close cooperation with Airbus. The solution is available for the entire European aerospace industry in collaboration with BoostAeroSpace. AirSupply is not only being used at Airbus but also at Eurocopter, Astrium and ATR, as well as at the EADS subsidiaries Premium Aerotec and Aerolia. Other companies in the aerospace industry, such as Aircelle, which belongs to the Safran Group, and Liebherr Aerospace also use the AirSupply solution. The AirSupply solution provides optimum support for the collaborative Supply Chain Management processes between customers and suppliers typically found in the aerospace industry. The solution supports foresighted capacity planning, interactive fine tuning of delivery quantities and delivery dates, order and delivery status tracking, as well as the consumption-controlled logistics concept Vendor Managed Inventory.

SupplyOn AG Announces Board Changes

SupplyOn AG announced that effective March 15, 2013, Dr. Stefan Asenkerschbaumer, member of the board of management of Robert Bosch GmbH, took over as chairman of the supervisory board of from Dr. Rudolf Colm, who left the board of management of Robert Bosch GmbH at the end of 2012.

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