Customer Voices

“The tools for modularization help to get a balance between different interests during the modul creation.”

“With the solutions that we have developed together today, we can reduce setup costs alone by 25%.”

Networking

Learn how other companies use those potentials at one of our events.

 

Modularization

To implement a modular structure within the corporate is only successful if all stakeholders of the value chain can realize their advantages. In development, you can parallelize processes or reduce the effort for custom design. In purchasing, you can use economies of scale which allows you to manage fewer suppliers by increasing the standard share in your product. Pre-assembly and separate testing of modules can significantly reduce lead times. In sales, a wide variety can be offered at low cost and after-sales is able offer a more efficient service. This is why our holistic approach integrates all stakeholders of the value chain into the definition of the module structure.

  • Enable a configurable product
  • Develop modules that fit the processes of all departments
  • Configure from Engineer-to-Order (ETO) to Configure-to-Order (CTO) across the entire value chain
  • Manage smaller volumes in purchasing, logistics, production and spare parts management

The Module Process Chart (MPC) represents the modular structure of the product across all phases of the value chain.

The steps are fully supported by our software Odego Cquenz to efficiently plan and discuss your modular product system.

Customer Voices

“The tools for modularization help to get a balance between different interests during the modul creation.”

“With the solutions that we have developed together today, we can reduce setup costs alone by 25%.”

Networking

Learn how other companies use those potentials at one of our events.