Since both divisions already manage and perform most of their maintenance processes with Paledo, the recording of order times should now also be integrated into the process. In addition to standardizing the IT landscape, an important goal of the project was to offer users a clearer, more reliable solution. In the fall of 2019, the time had come. Overnight, all existing order time recording terminals were reinstalled with Paledo and interfaces to ERP and warehouse software were moved to Paledo. After a week of intensive support, more than 250 users are now working with Paledo time recording. With the new Paledo tool, VAG employees can now have their order processes assigned directly to Paledo Desktop and Tablet. The employee logs on to a terminal via badge scan and sees his work list. By selecting a process, the time measurement starts. If the employee logs in again after finishing work and logs out, the elapsed time is posted to SAP. The conversion of the maintenance processes to Paledo, which has now been completed, has been worthwhile for both of VAG’s divisions. “After several months of productive operation, we can now draw a very positive conclusion. Paledo time recording has allowed us to streamline the previous processes considerably. This also comes back as feedback from the employees,” says Eduard Fuchs, IT Project Manager at VAG Nuremberg in the WS business unit.