Technology transfer to industry
The Innovation Management and Lean Management Centre develops and delivers innovation projects commissioned by companies in the area. Technology transfer typically takes place from the technical-academic area to the industrial field, establishing a synergic collaboration university-enterprise elsewhere inapplicable.
Some fields of application
The efficiency done, not only told
Through the application of the Lean Management techniques, our experts perform optimization studies to measure possible improvements in capital productivity. The studies are then transformed into improvement projects launched together with the client, fully implementing the transfer of know-how to the customer companies.
Costs reasons and quantity
Development projects and transfer of specialized methodologies for budgeting, industrial accounting, customer/supplier accounting, contract accounting, product inventory, breakdown analysis.
ENGINEERING AND CONTROL PROCESSES (BPR - BUSINESS PROCESS RE-ENGINEERING)
The first step towards cost reduction and customer satisfaction is redesigning or designing one or more management processes according to the medium-long business strategy
How to automate the designed efficiency
From the redesign of business processes the functional specifications of the new information system layout is created, the best available ICT solution for the specific business environment is identified and support is given to the implementation of the new system.
where the standard software is not enough, custom it!
Starting from the automation objectives, the custom application project is implemented by IT specialists.
Business cases, sector surveys, simulations and mathematical modeling
The research activity of members of the Innovation and Lean Management Centre covers all the key issues addressed in the strategic and operational configuration aspects, with particular reference to management methodologies and support systems.
Various tools and methodologies are used for research activities, such as:
• Field research through corporate case study or sectoral surveys
• Static and dynamic simulation, including specialized software
• Logical-mathematical modeling
Some examples of research projects
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT - THE LOGISTIC-PRODUCTION Process:
Customer-supplier relations in the supply chain: the domestic appliance sector
Managing Complexity in Business Processes: Techniques and Tools
Planning of production and distribution: application to the consumer sectors
Planning of materials and production
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IN SERVICES
Supply chain configuration choices in after-sales service for durable consumer goods
The measure of performance in the after-sales service of durable consumer goods
After-sales service management: comparative analysis of automotive, household appliances, consumer electronics and microinformatics
Spare logistics. Demand forecast and inventory management
Product and service costs. The approach of total cost ownership for the customer
Analysis of the organizational processes and performance of the artisanal companies of the technical assistance services
Technological evolution: teleservice and domotics. Future impacts on the thermotechnics and white home appliance
Service strategies and role of customer care: channels, configuration, organization, performance measurement
INFORMATIVE SYSTEMS FOR SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Investing in ICT and Competitive Business. Experiences in the textile and industrial sectors
Software selection and management of ICT projects in the company
Contractual and legal aspects in ICT projects