60 years of technical consulting services
Heidelberg - 9.4.2018
io-consultants will turn 60 this month, and we will celebrate six decades of providing consulting and planning services for engineering and factory design projects. Throughout this time, we have always placed the spotlight on the products being manufactured in the new facilities – and let our architecture, mechanical engineering, IT and natural sciences experts shape the related production and logistics processes around them. This is why renowned companies such as BMW, Würth, TRUMPF, Capri-Sun, and Pfizer entrust us with their complex industrial projects in the supply and value chain.
Our jubilee year provides an ideal opportunity to examine some of the topics, technologies and challenges that the future holds in store. “Digitalisation and Industry 4.0 solutions will change the business world more than anything else before. Information is being circulated at constantly greater speeds. This calls for much quicker reaction times while, on the other hand, making sure that security standards are maintained,” explains Thomas Kilimann, Managing Director at io-consultants. “Here at io-consultants, we are constantly adapting to change in order to be adequately equipped for future challenges,” Kilimann continues. The recent integration of ParCon Consulting has extended our expertise in SAP consulting to include customised SAP developments and solutions that help our clients shape their digital supply chain. Across the board, our know-how is invaluable for many leading edge industries – wherever and whenever goods need to be manufactured or transported on an industrial scale.
“We wish to thank our clients, our staff, and our partners for the trustful cooperation that, along with our interdisciplinary approach, enables us to successfully implement complex investment projects and other challenging assignments – from the initial idea right through to completion,” Thomas Kilimann concludes.
To celebrate our 60th anniversary, we are pleased to present our new corporate film: