The crisis has undoubtedly had the merit of putting the strong dependence between the country's economy and the fate of its industry back on the agenda, with a focus on sovereignty, industrial relocation and assertive protectionism. Today, for the major players, as well as for the small and medium-sized businesses that represent 90 % of France's mechanical engineering fabric, industrial renewal, the sector's competitiveness and the ecological energy transition are more topical than ever to respond to the urgent need to ensure the rebound and revival of sustainable activity. And beyond recovery in an uncertain economic climate, these companies must now prepare for the future, improve their positioning in value chains, successfully diversify their customer portfolio, find new competitive levers and secure their business.
Against this backdrop, and as a key player in the national deployment of the industry of the future, Cetim, a Carnot-accredited technological institute, has adapted its "transformation support" offer to companies by creating the "Resilience 4.0" program, designed to enable manufacturers to immediately and sustainably relaunch their business.
This program integrates uncertainty as a new fundamental element of any business strategy, and takes advantage of the contribution of future technologies. It enables companies to adapt in the short term and reinvent themselves in the long term, based on mobility, agility and resilience.
Short- and long-term actions
Accompanied by Cetim's architects of transformation, expert technologists and strategists, mobilized throughout France, manufacturers benefit from tailor-made strategic, tactical and operational support in two parts. The first aims to give impetus to the company's recovery, by defining the strategic, managerial and technological actions to be implemented in the short term to prepare for the upturn, taking into account the new constraints.
The second part focuses on strengthening the company's resilience capabilities, with the reconstruction of a strategic roadmap and operational support for the associated transformation projects to repair and secure the future.
From day-to-day management and organization, to long-term strategy, taking into account health constraints and supply chain management, the "Resilience 4.0" program explores all avenues with, at every stage, the listening and support of Cetim's transformation architects and experts mobilized throughout France.
Depending on their geographical location, companies can take advantage of this program through a number of regional schemes.
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