• IATF 16949
  • QMS Design, Deployment and Animation
  • Management of Workpackages
  • ISO 9001
  • Gap Analysis
  • Monozukuri
  • Lean
  • Agile
  • Change Management…

A sector in constant technological change

The automotive sector is undergoing rapid and continuous change. Mobility is evolving towards more electric, connected and autonomous vehicles, new energy sources such as hydrogen are emerging. Manufacturers have to cope with technological changes in vehicles that require them to review their industrial and commercial processes. All of this is impacting the ecosystem of this sector.

New practices, new uses

Mobilities are being reinvented and new forms of expression are being found. The increasing urbanisation and concentration of populations in major cities are in line with a new way of thinking about mobility.Thus, the private car tends to lose its hegemony as a dominant model.

New practices such as car-sharing, the deployment of multimodal platforms, the development of new means of transport (bicycles and electric scooters) challenge the current economic model of manufacturers, whose sales volume is likely to decline under these conditions.

A constrained sector

At the same time, manufacturers still have to comply with the many standards that govern their activities. They also have to deal with complex production methods: the multiplication of subcontractors, decentralised production, and a heavy burden on production costs.

Many challenges

In these conditions more than ever, quality approach, operational excellence, agile management of complex projects are essential. Management by deadlines, costs and quality are all factors that differentiate this changing sector.

Moreover, the complexity of current production methods and the challenges faced by manufacturers call for the management of these complex projects, profiles capable of providing a cross-cutting view of their own areas of competence.