Digital continuity - Mews Partners

Xavier Brucker

Partner (Paris) | Polytechnique MIT

Jean-Baptiste Didiot

Partner (Toulouse) | ISAE

Pierre Bodin

Partner (Munich) | ICAM/ESSEC

Collaborating and sharing qualitative information are top priorities for our industrial customers. Digital continuity is a business project that goes beyond the IT department.

Xavier Brucker

Polytechnique MIT

A graduate of Ecole Polytechnique (X 1996), Telecom ParisTech (2001) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT 2002), Xavier combines several international experiences with industry companies and start-ups. After a career in strategy consulting, he led a major defense program at Safran and then became director of the e-commerce and payments division of EquensWorldline. Xavier then spent several years in California, in the heart of start-up companies in Los Angeles and Silicon Valley. Upon his return to France, Xavier joined a Fintech start-up, which he supported in its growth. Today, within Mews Partners, he develops offers related to data science and artificial intelligence, which have become a real strategic challenge for industry and services. Furthermore, he writes on the topic of the scaling up of AI and smart factory in the blog of the experts from l’Usine Nouvelle.

Jean-Baptiste Didiot

ISAE

Jean-Baptiste has an engineer degree from Supaero and the DESIA (2002). He started his career as a new technology software developer. He joined Mews Partners in 2005 and leads missions in the aeronautics, space, defense and automotive industries on issues of product data management, industrialization, support and services and deployment applied to complex products for large PLM projects. He is in charge of the Mews Partners PLM offer and PLM repository. He is also developing innovative and disruptive PLM visions, such as the PLM 4.0, the augmented engineering or the Live Product Process Plant.

Pierre Bodin

ICAM/ESSEC

After a general engineering degree & a master’s degree in International Business, Pierre began his career in Management consulting in 2005. After 10 years at Bearing Point, then Kurt Salmon, he set up the Innovation & Product Development Practice at Weave, and joined Mews Partners in 2016 in order to contribute to the development of our footprint in Germany. Pierre has great experience in the industry, mainly focused on development processes improvement through Agile & Lean methodologies, as well as on Product & Process data management (PLM), from maturity assessment to implementation.

Enable rich and dynamic exchanges, provide a complete and reliable vision of the company’s activity, support decision-making both in the medium term and in real time: so many issues addressed by the subject of digital continuity.

The ERP/MES/PLM trio has often led to the creation of complex interfaces hindering the flexibility of the overall Information System. New technologies combined with a reorganization around data management make it possible to fluidify and secure the transmission of information throughout the value chain.

Mews Partners supports its clients in developing the agility of the information system, rationalizing data management and implementing data platforms (IoT) consistent with the enterprise architecture.

20%

of turnover for our digital activities

80

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Digital continuity, the keystone of operation and maintenance performance

The digital discontinuities are mainly located between engineering and production, causing inconsistencies between engineering drawings and parts actually produced. By linking design, industrialization, manufacturing and product maintenance, achieve your goals of agility, knowledge management and traceability.

An end-to-end product vision at the service of design

Data related to the use of your products (customer reviews, conditions of use, breakdowns, etc.) to its manufacture (materials, climatic data, production stoppages, etc.) are all keys enabling your R&D to be more efficient and gain in maturity in order to offer better products to your customers.

Knowledge of technologies and business expertise, two assets to support you in your digital continuity projects

Technological breakthroughs in recent years tended to increase both the creation and use of data. In order to ensure the uniqueness, veracity and availability of the data used, data management throughout the product life cycle is a strong strategic axis for companies in all sectors: improving customer proximity, accelerating industrial maintenance, reducing cycle times, etc.

Mews Partners has acquired business expertise and technology knowledge on digital continuity issues. We propose our know-how and methods to help you in the framing and the implementation of your projects.

1

Discontinuities Management

Identify the information required throughout the product life cycle.
Identify activities that lack tools and breaks between the company’s divisions.
Build a corrective action plan.

2

Master Data Management

Ensure continuity and quality of information between the different data fields of your company: products, customers, processes, production.

3

Internet of Things

Define and support the implementation of data platforms for Internet of Things. Identify the technical constraints (protocols, technologies) and budgets in order to define a roadmap.

4

Plant of the future

Take into account new business challenges and new technologies to transform the means of production: real-time information feedback, 360° simulation, interconnection between machine tools and information systems.

5

Digital twin

Integrate all the company’s businesses around a digital product-process-plant model: R&D, production, sales, maintenance…
Exchange information and reduce the risk of error.

Discover our stories

Framing of MES PoCs vs. IIoT

Framing of Proofs of Concept (PoCs) on the exploitation of production data for two production lines and study on the growing role of IIoT platforms in relation to traditional MES.

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Framing of the digital PLM project of a European pharmaceutical leader

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Digital product continuity in the wines & spirits industry

Digital product continuity for a world leader in the wines & spirits industry.

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News

Our intervention at PLM Back to Basics 19

2018/11/19

A day dedicated to PLM and the digital transition, by the PLM Lab.

Think Tank “End to end Digital PLM”

2018/09/15

Save the date! Our next PLM event will take place on September 18 at the Maison des Polytechniciens in Paris, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm.

 

Digital continuity round table

2018/04/11

Testimony of Denis Debaecker at the round table filmed during the Global Industrie 2018 exhibition.

 

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