New legal form underlines the international orientation of the market leader in the area of electronic business relationships – eProcurement, eBilling, signature – in Austria. From 1 September, DIG (www.dig.at) is known as a joint-stock company. The new legal status allows the company to grow still more easily and more economically throughout Europe: “the change of name to a joint-stock company is another consistent step, sustainable to continue our successful growth strategy for DIG. With the new legal form we would like to underline the internationality of our company to customers and business partners and play a pioneering role in the business process outsourcing”, Michael Eisler, CEO of DIG explains AG. In the course of the business transformation, the former Managing Director Michael Eisler is now CEO of DIG AG. Alfred Jager, Pascal Sieber, Stefan Roggatz and Harald Weiss will be represented on the Supervisory Board. Herbert Rudisser will take over the chairmanship of the Supervisory Board of OJSC of DIG. The operations changes by the Conversion not and the proven structures of the DIG digital information gateway GmbH will continue in the DIG AG.
The company concentrates its business still in four business units: eProcurement, eBilling, EDI/VMI and eSourcing/SRM. DIG supports companies description directed always towards the front and towards the future, solutions in the fields of e-procurement, e-billing, EDI, VMI to save immense costs in the company. Process optimization and utilizing the full potential are not only the purpose of the undertaking, but living philosophy. DIG has established itself since its founding in 2001 as a competent service provider for business process outsourcing (BPO). The business electronic procurement eRelation-PROCUREMENT, electronic invoice processing inbound/outbound eRelation-BILLING and electronic data transfer via EDI focus with eRelation-EDI and eRelation-VMI for the supplier-managed inventory. The electronic processes is carried out through the in-house clearing centre of the DIG.
DIG offers with the Business process platform eRelation the perfect and holistic solution for the optimization of business processes. The entire purchase-to-pay process can be mapped with eRelation. UNIQA clients include insurance companies, VERBUND AG, MondiPackaging, banner batteries, Raiffeisen Banking Group Volksbanken AG, Infineon Technologies, C & A, s.Oliver, Magna International, Gebruder Weiss, voestalpine Stahl, Fujitsu and more. DIG has 29 employees at four sites in Austria, Germany, Switzerland and Liechtenstein. In the fiscal year 2010 achieved DIG an annual turnover of 1.