'Vinçotte needs energy and managerial potential'
Marco Croon, CEO Vinçotte: 'We are an organisation in full transformation. Our processes, systems and organization are changing. Therefore we need people and competences we did not traditionally have in our organization. Specialists on the one hand, but younger people as well with a lot of energy and managerial potential. They start at Vinçotte via ORMIT, and if everything goes well, they stay after their project as well.'
Everything is under control. At least according to Vinçotte, a Vilvoorde-based company specialised in efficiency and safety in the workplace, from inspection up to training. That’s a great baseline if we ever saw one. See why they choose to work together with ORMIT:
This company actually walks their talk. Currently they are working towards ‘Vinçotte 3.0’, where all Vinçotte business processes spin without the slightest glitch. Part of the project team: ORMIT’er Camille Dils.
We want to maximize the efficiency and reliability of Vinçotte’s business processes by digitalising and standardising them as much as possible. With her natural enthusiasm, training, and knowledge on the subject, this was right up Camille’s alley. “This digitalisation project touches upon the core of the company, mapping and reforming almost every process,” she explains.
By carefully analysing all the existing business procedures, from safety inspections to efficiency evaluations, Camille decides how these processes can be effectively redesigned. “It comes down to continuously challenging the status quo,” she says. “How are we doing this now? How can we make it better? And most importantly, how do we get everyone on board to implement that change throughout the entire company?”
I feel that with my background as well as my natural spirit and perseverance, I bring a fresh wind to our project team.
As an ORMIT’er, Camille feels she has a positive impact on the teamwork, too. “At ORMIT, we are continuously practising to see solutions instead where others see problems. Project-based working can bring about a lot of challenges and I do feel that with my background as well as my natural spirit and perseverance, I bring a fresh wind to our project team.”
Seven months in, Camille and her team are almost ready to bring all the Vinçotte inspectors on board, ready to meet with their first made-to-measure digitalised processes. This is a milestone the team has been looking forward to for a while now. After that roll-out has been successfully wrapped up, it will be up to Camille and her team to expand that change towards other processes and techniques. In the end, it’s about making every Vinçotte procedure as future-proof as can be.
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