With rapid technological progress, innovation projects in companies have become increasingly complex. That’s why, in many cases, the path to the goal today can no longer be achieved with classic working methods, but rather through agile project management. What matters here is how to make the right decision.
The example of BG.evolution shows how a Start-in can successfully hand over innovative solutions to the parent company: The BEUMER Smart Glasses, which were tested and developed with the support of the Digital Hub Logistics, are now even being used by customer support and customers of the machine and plant manufacturer BEUMER Group during the commissioning of new machines.
Hub member BEULCO further develops its industrial disinfectant for drinking water systems and successfully places it in the B2B and B2C sectors.
Whether digital label holder in the supermarket or packing station for private people, whether Selfiestick or “drain fairy”: You could have done that? Really? For companies, the development of innovations is one of the most challenging tasks ever.
When it comes to digital technologies, start-ups are often one step ahead of established companies today. This is a sufficient reason for small and medium-sized businesses to work with start-ups and take advantage of their developments.
The Hamburg-based start-up NautilusLog won the Digital Logistics Award in 2018. The award opened many doors for the young company at the domestic and international level. Founder Otto Klemke talks about an exciting year, about trust and prejudices – and a new research project that takes him back to Dortmund.