Siegfried Zwing: In the view of redPILOT’s operations management, it is important to know which processes are used at what time and to what extent. In doing so, we can achieve higher performance because resources are used optimally and we also think beyond the boundaries of our company. The same applies for logistics employees: Away with rigid shift systems, bring on higher flexibility, more freedom and greater involvement in operations scheduling.
Alessandro Freidl: We’re moving more and more from reactive and preventive towards predictive. In other words, we already know today what to expect tomorrow or what has to be done the day after tomorrow. This enhances flexibility, plannability and cost-efficiency for our customers. By analyzing the processes, we can, for example, carry out planned maintenance in off-peak periods to keep the costs to a minimum.
Bernd Stöger: A clear trend in software and logistics is that everything is becoming increasingly smarter. This includes our software and our machines as well. The most important form of intelligence by far is in our employees. Their knowledge and their expertise make our solutions what they are. As in the example of the little sensor at the ejector that makes the entire value chain more intelligent, every employee makes a difference and people are at the heart of our solutions. We incorporate all of our networked expertise in the further development of our system’s technologies and software. In doing so, we succeed in increasing the customer benefit and, ultimately, in improving the life both of consumers and of ourselves.