Overview, insight and control


Any investment in new or improved systems must be justified. Value must be created. We do that in a number of ways:

  • Increasing returns through increased efficiency and productivity 

  • Contributing to employee health and safety

  • Guaranteeing compliancy


Here is a graphical summary of how we do it:

We usually start with an introductory meeting in which we try to get a picture of the organisation and the current problems. Who are the people involved and which processes need to be supported? What are the business goals, who is responsible for what and is there already a vision or strategy in the field of information management?
Based on the experiences we have, the best practices, and the knowledge of the sectors in which we are active, we will look where value can be created. Together with the project team, we define what the solution will look like.  

We use software and products from our partners Accruent and Phact, who have already earned their spurs.

Overview, insight and control
Our commitment

Every organisation is constantly looking to improve its operational results. Process optimization and innovation are indispensable in order to remain in the industry. Specific improvement processes have also been implemented continuously, whether or not in the form of official quality assurance such as ISO 9001 or 14001.
We ensure that employees have access to the relevant data required to make the right decisions and make progress with every activity in their day-to-day work.
We provide you and your employees with overview, insight and control, helping you to master the challenges of the increasingly demanding environment.

Value creation
Three core aspects

Implementing automated solutions only makes sense if something can be earned, value created. This value can be time or money, but also better working conditions or attention to the environment.
External factors help determine whether value can, or even should, be created. These factors can be divided into three categories: striving for yield maximisation, changing circumstances and preventing unmanaged risks.

Some typical examples:

  • Legislation and regulations are becoming stricter in many areas.

  • Buildings, installations and means of production must last longer while operational reliability must be increased.

  • Incidents and calamities lead to image damage in no time.

  • Demand from the market is changing faster and faster, while the time frame within which investments can and must be recouped is getting smaller and smaller.

  • Finally, the ageing of the population and new labour relations are leading to a shortage of knowledge.

© 2021 Eyeonim

Chart vector created by upklyak - www.freepik.com