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Building Information Modelling

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Building Information Modelling

Building for tomorrow with the best digital technologies

BIM (Building Information Modelling) and more generally BLM (Building Lifecycle Management) are bringing a major transformation in the building and real-estate sector. The digital revolution that is underway is upending the way large public and private infrastructure building programmes are managed, but also the overall lifecycle of such programmes. While BIM concerns the early phase of construction, BLM brings added value to the later stages, in other words the building’s operation. At the same time, they help to optimise the cost of works.

Defining the scope of your information system

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Defining the scope of your information system

Spend less through better testing: quantity no longer means quality!

Digital application projects tend to have to increased estimated work loads and longer time-frames (multiple user experiences, security, multiple devices, …).

Service Lifecycle Management

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Service Lifecycle Management

Turn your services into a value-added product

SLM – Service Lifecycle Management – is often offered in addition to PLM, to take care of the services and processes that a manufacturer wants to deliver together with its products. It includes maintenance processes, MOC (maintenance in operational conditions) of spare parts and tools, and technical maintenance documentation like service bulletins in the air transport industry.

Life Sciences

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Life Sciences

Supporting strategic developments through increased performance

With digital transformation, the pharmaceutical, chemical and food industries are able to rely on new high-performance tools in order to rise to their challenges and handle major upgrades.

Governance and Transformation

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Governance and Transformation

Agile production tailored to the challenges of service transformation

Operations managers are currently faced with the challenges of improving quality, developing innovative new services, lowering operating costs, implementing agile infrastructure, reducing technical debt, sourcing, and strategic workforce planning. And mergers, IT convergence issues, internationalisation and innovation are only accelerating the changes.

Digital

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Digital

Adapting processes and systems for digital transformation, offering an improved user experience and mastering the process chain

The digital era has prompted an upsurge in new uses and generated new expectations among consumers and employees. It has led to a collaborative economy – car sharing, couchsurfung, crowdfunding, uberisation, etc. – spurred on by the widespread use of connected objects. Smartphones are now commonplace along with YouTube as an e-learning tool and online shopping. For a successful digital transformation, we must deploy a strategy and resources that can factor in pressure from the end customer, work with the company and its reputation, respond to the needs of employees who expect to use the same tools in their careers as in their private lives and compete with new market entrants whose economic models are exclusively digital.