Industry & logistics 4.0 - Mews Partners

Jimmy Jollois

Senior Partner (Paris) | INSA Lyon

Xavier Brucker

Partner (Paris) | Polytechnique MIT

We have been supporting our customers in their operational digital transformation for over 25 years.

Jimmy Jollois


Jimmy began his career in 1999 at Deloitte Consulting, later renamed Kurt Salmon. He has worked on performance improvement issues in the R&D and supply chain fields for clients in the automotive, aeronautics, transport and B2B service industries. He then moved on to digital transformation topics by contributing to the development of the OCMA group consulting firm in 2011. Jimmy joined Mews Partners in July 2015 to develop offerings related to IT performance and digital transformation, including aspects related to IOT and Industry 4.0.

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.

Industry and logistics 4.0 bring new solutions to meet historical challenges and introduce new ones. They not only make it possible to optimize asset availability, manage activity in real time, ensure traceability or reduce the physical burdens of operations… but also to develop new services and business models based on the analysis of customers’ real uses and expectations, make the product evolve after the sale, or support mass customization (the elusive “batch of one”).


billion euros invested in 2020


directors ready to use Industry 4.0


Industry 4.0 Clubs

Our knowledge and our ecosystem at your service

40 of our consultants and managers have analyzed the evolutions of major technologies since 2015. We participate in several European Projects to go beyond the state of the art on topics like predictive maintenance or connected products. Our partnerships with various technological players (start-ups, institutions, publishers, integrators…) complete our offers and knowledge while preserving our independence. Our Lab enables the implementation of PoCs exploiting the power of Artificial Intelligence.

Our major areas of expertise

What we work on:

  • The definition of new services or offers
  • The implementation of digital continuity in industrial IS
  • The deployment of MES tools or IIoT platforms
  • The integration of 3D printing in the production and distribution processes
  • The integration of artificial intelligence in industrial use cases.

We support you in driving a sustainable 4.0 transformation

Our approach: build a step by step plan towards industry & logistics 4.0. Our action is divided into 5 major steps to meet your ambition and accompany your rise in maturity.


Assess your company's digital maturity

The objective: understand the starting point of this transformation. A diagnosis makes it possible to evaluate the industrial and digital maturity of the company (or site) on industrial and logistical processes, as well as its “digital culture”.


Build your company's 4.0 vision

The objective: define the purpose of this transformation, where it should lead you. Together, we identify the drivers and key business challenges in order to create a cross-functional vision of the company over 5 to 10 years.


Identify the relevant technologies

The objective: see through the “hype” surrounding new technologies. We identify technologies that can meet business challenges taking into account their maturity, impact, and implementation effort.


Define the roadmap to reach your goal

The objective: define in practice how to reach your goal. We identify the topics/projects to be carried out in order to define a structured roadmap, with the assessment of its impacts on organizations, processes, methods and people.


Support its implementation

The objective: ensure that the expected results are achieved for each project. We support the testing of technologies through Proofs of Concept, verify the associated benefits, and support their implementation.

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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Digital Day: Initialization of an industry 4.0 transformation

Discovery day at a supplier in the oil industry to launch an efficient and sustainable transformation process by integrating and federating all the business lines and hierarchical strata.

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Roadmap Industry 4.0 for an AIT site

Build a roadmap for the transformation of an industrial site using the levers of industry 4.0.

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Are POCs still valued by the indutry?


Xavier Brucker’s first article was released on his blog of the experts from the Usine Nouvelle Magazine, dedicated to the scaling-up of AI and the smart factory .

An Interview with Xavier Brucker in la Jaune et la Rouge Magazine


AI and Data Science within the frame of the smart factory.

Xavier Brucker launches his blog with the Usine Nouvelle Magazine


Xavier Brucker joins the club of the Experts from the Usine Nouvelle Magazine.

Best-of the Conference Digital & Manufacturing


Relive the highlights of our conference!

AI & Supply Chain video


Discover the video of the first edition of our AI & Supply Chain meetings.

Uptime Showcases at the Global Industrie Fair


Demonstrations of the predictive maintenance platform.

Digital design, the questions to be addressed


Publication in the prologue of the Cad Magazine 4.0 directory.

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