More than just success stories

Klopotek Showcases and Case Studies provide in-depth information about recent software implementation projects

Why did our customers
decide to replace their
legacy systems?

What are their

plans for

the future?

What are the most
important benefits

of working with Klopotek software?

What are the most
important challenges the industry is facing?

Why did they opt

for Klopotek?

Notification Dashboard will be an ‘always up’ application like Outlook. From my point of view, it is a smart productivity planning tool as opposed to something that is an arduous necessity. It will be an indispensable tool to help us reach our 2030 house goal of doubling our yearly titles.


Gregory Miller,

Business Systems Manager


The ‘one-page management’ of tasks”: introducing STREAM Scheduling

As part of switching to Klopotek's new technology platform, all Classic Line schedules at Moody Publishers will be migrated to STREAM, enhanced with additional tasks, dependencies, and to-dos.


As Business Systems Manager of Moody Publishers, Gregory Miller is overseeing this project, which includes incorporating schedule data in a number of key reports: "The migration at current count is 500 schedules – for first printings, reprints, and e-books."

“Klopotek’s goal has been realized. The outcome is simply beautiful. For the user, the apparent ‘lightness’ of task review, starting, and completing removes complexity.”


Klopotek software also for subsidiaries: process optimizations at Neumann-Wolff

Following the acquisition of DUMONT Kalender Verlag, a company that has been using the Klopotek Classic Line for many years, Neumann-Wolff selected Klopotek as the product planning and management system for the entire Group, including switching to using Klopotek’s private cloud services. 

The project scope consisted of expanding the software support that was already in place at DUMONT Kalender to the other companies of the Group, of the transformation from the Classic Line to the cloudbased STREAM platform, of developing and implementing a new Purchasing app for managing mass production orders, and of implementing the royalty calculation (including contract printing) on the STREAM platform – based on unified contract templates.


Customer Service improvements achieved at C.H.Beck by implementing the Klopotek STREAM web app Ticketing

Within the framework of a software development partnership with Klopotek, the publishing house C.H.Beck has introduced a series of STREAM apps to optimize workflows for different areas, most importantly Customer Services, as Sven Borchers, Head of Customer Service / Logistics explains: 

“The work in our customer service can be described as ‘mass business’. (…) For a long time, we have been looking for a Ticketing system with which we can organize and classify what we receive via email and direct it to the right channels. Klopotek’s STREAM Ticketing app was the ideal solution for us from a customer service point of view.“


Cloud-based apps for optimizing processes at STREAM development partner C.H.Beck

Within the framework of a software development partnership with Klopotek, the publishing house C.H.Beck has introduced a series of STREAM apps to optimize workflows for different areas. In a talk with us, Paul Bischoff, IT & Organization | Head of K&P Architecture, and Michael Scheit, Head of IT, explain how this came about, which aspects are particularly important in agile project work and why the company's customer service should particularly be enhanced.

C.H.BECK, established in 1763, is one of the great names among German publishing companies – and one of the richest in tradition. With more than 9,000 available titles including many electronic publications, with about 70 professional journals and an annual production of up to 1,500 new publications and new editions, C.H.BECK publishing company also ranks in the top tier in terms of quantity among German publishers of books and magazines. 650 employees work at the headquarters in Munich alone; a branch in Frankfort serves as editorial offices for most of the law journals. At these two locations, some 120 scientific editors support more than 14,000 authors.