Keyrus launches the Keyrus Innovation Factory start-up accelerator
Enterprises must today face up to major changes in their ecosystem. New forms of competition are emerging, the life cycle of their product and service offerings is accelerating and economic models of distribution are becoming more diversified.
In this context, they must continually adapt their strategy and re-think their processes for innovating and managing the portfolio of services.
So what are the consequences for the enterprise? They involve a number of transformations led by senior management and carried forward by all strategic and operational departments. They present several challenges :
The various Keyrus entities draw upon the Group's innovation culture and its operational experience of managing and implementing innovation. To assist clients with their projects, those entities combine this with a mastery of the different technologies to be deployed – market monitoring tools, implementation of Proofs of Concept…
The enterprise's ecosystem is changing, partly due to digital services becoming more widespread. To address these changes, the enterprise must, from now on, continually adapt its positioning and portfolio of products and services. To this end, it is developing agile offerings, open to new partners and based on appropriate business models.
In this digital age, practices are changing fundamentally. New technologies are developing relentlessly. Technology is a tremendous innovation driver. It helps enterprises to design new, differentiating services for customers, but also to re-think their employees' workspace. "Innovation workshops" bring together players from different departments and technical experts to explore these new possibilities.
The introduction of innovative concepts of offerings and services has a clear impact on the enterprise's different functions and entities. It involves implementing specific tools and processes aimed at improving the time to market and helping all those involved move up the learning curve.
Opportunity study on smart cities.
Development opportunities with connected objects.
Analysis of the Building Information Management market.
In the context of the implementation of a tool for the Steering and Analysis of sales and commercial performance in France, Coliposte wanted to use the Qlikview technology in order to provide salespeople and managers with a simple and intuitive tool to analyze indicators and aid decision-making.
Mid-Market positioning strategy. Keyrus Management assisted the digital branch of the Group in defining its roadmap for the development of an online services platform for the mid-market clientele (intermediate-sized enterprises and small- and medium-sized enterprises), as well as for the segment comprising Professionals and very small enterprises. The analyses made it possible to identify the sectors of activity to be addressed as a priority and the ranges of services to be proposed, and to evaluate revenue potential in a business plan. A specific business unit was created in parallel, for which we helped the client define the organizational structure.