“A tailored set of systems engineering processes is essential to combine efficiency, project communication and state-of-the-art technology. An outside view offers you the opportunity to review and, if necessary, adapt structures that have evolved over time”.

Jan Zutter
Principal Consultant & Head of Systems Engineering

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Systems Engineering

Even Aristotle, the first great systematist among the philosophers, understood that a system does not only consist of individual subsystems, but also of the respective networking – and thus creates complexity.

The procedures of systems engineering serve to develop complex technical systems in a timely, cost-effective and market-oriented manner, taking into account the necessary roles and disciplines. Thus, the approach is interdisciplinary and covers a broad spectrum of sub-areas.


Requirements Management

Requirements Management (RM or REQM) as the first step of system development is the decisive factor for the success or failure of a project.

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Test Management

High quality test management can make the difference between success and failure of a project. The question of whether a test process as such is even necessary is no longer asked today.

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Variations Management

Holistic variations management starts with customer management and offers considerable savings potential in development and production.

System Design

The important design decisions of a product are made during the system design phase. An efficient system design is therefore the backbone of every product development process.


Requirements Management Checklist

Our experts have identified the key factors for successful requirements management and compiled them in a checklist. This list is designed to help you review your current requirements management process.

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