The process industry is dominated by one-off project thinking using the engineer-to-order approach. Learn how to apply Modular Architectures to decrease risk and minimize project lead time.
Decrease risk and project lead time
Do you know the story about Sisyphus? If you work in a project-based engineering company, you properly do. You deliver a project, and then you start over again. The knowledge gained in the previous project is rarely stored and, therefore, not directly applicable in your next project.
Very few companies follow up systematically on a project or have the governance to do so. Learnings remain with the specific employees, and solutions become individual with no predefined solutions preference. This brings considerable risk when starting every new project, as you cannot predict the time, resources, and quality involved.
At CPC, we help engineering companies in the process industry become modular. By modularizing the process knowledge, it’s possible for them to prepare documentation upfront and decide on the preferred solutions before the project even starts. This decreases risks and also minimizes project lead time. Because when you work in a project-oriented organization, you don’t sell products, you sell process knowledge. And we believe that modularization is the ideal way of capturing this knowledge and make sure it is deployed and improved over time.
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