Medical technology

Increasing awareness of health issues among the population, an ever greater proportion of older people, enormous technical advances, but at the same time fewer skilled medical personnel: the challenges, but above all the opportunities, for medical technology are huge.

Mobile health - the best care at home and on the move, electronic monitoring of bodily functions or of prostheses (wearables), therapy via telemedicine, care robots, software for more precise diagnostics and therapy, miniaturization, sensor technology, AI, but also individualization of products are just a few trends.

While the innovative power in the companies is very high and highly interesting products are being developed, there are often weaknesses in the organization and control of the entire value chain. This applies to in-house production or assembly, but also to logistics to the customer and the supply of the necessary materials or components. In addition, transparency and traceability of the production chain are becoming increasingly important.

  • Focus on core competencies / purchase of services (e.g. in logistics)
  • Expanding the customer base and creating the conditions for it
  • Expansion of production capacities / relocation of capacities
  • Continuous automation of applications and processes
  • Management of the innovation potential
  • Optimization of procurement concepts
  • Ensuring security of supply for the customer
  • Flexibilization concepts for the value chain
  • Concepts for maintenance / service / further development
  • Use of digital concepts for sales and order management
  • Expansion of digital skills
  • Management of a partner eco-system for the development of new applications
  • End-to-end process definition from IoT endpoints (sensors) to core systems (ERP)