10. May 2017
Production Cockpit 4.0

Efficient optimization of operational control

Designed especially for manufacturing companies, Ingenics has developed a tool known as "Production Cockpit 4.0" to make day-to-day work of operational managers much less arduous. Production Cockpit 4.0 can be used to define data parameters and key figures, resulting in a clear overview of information that is most relevant in operational control. However, as a first step, it is important to analyze and possibly optimize existing processes so that relevant data and key figures can be generated.

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01. April 2017
New worlds of work

Holistic networking of different areas of activity – people, places, and digitization

From production to organization, modern worlds of work are changing at an increasingly rapid pace as a result of digital transformation. In order for businesses to keep up with these developments and not get left behind, experts at Ingenics have come up with an innovative approach to establish new worlds of work that applies to multiple industries and company departments. Unlike other suppliers and service providers, Ingenics follows an approach that brings together three main areas of activity – people, places, and digitization – in a holistic fashion, thus making companies fit to face future challenges.

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30. November 2016
Promoting young talent and university teaching

Ingenics leads by example

Following the company slogan "Designing Systems. Empowering People", Ingenics has led by example for many years when it comes to promoting young talent and teaching at university level. For reasons such as this, the company recently received the "Innovation through Research" seal from German business organization Stifterverband. A strong commitment to those areas where theory meets practice creates additional expertise that flows directly back into the company's consulting services. This ultimately benefits not only junior staff members, but also cooperation partners and clients.

"At a basic level, there is far too much course content in university teaching that is considered simple in theory and yet is still missing in practice. The subject of project management is the best example of this. When they start out, young consultants simply often lack the experience to use the right tools at the right time in actual client projects," explains Sieghard Schmetzer, associate partner and center of competence director at Ingenics.

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