“The technological change that goes hand in hand with digitisation presents medium-sized companies with great challenges, but also offers many opportunities. Those companies that meet these changes courageously and resolutely and adapt their business models to the opportunities offered by the market will enjoy long-term success,” says Gert Müller, Managing Partner at GEMÜ and initiator of the inevvo solutions start-up. The CONEXO system, which was developed by GEMÜ, has been successfully used on the valve market for some time now. Components equipped with RFID chips provide electronic support to users during a wide variety of maintenance and service tasks. Using an RFID reader, the CONEXO pen, any and all essential data can be read and directly called up in the system. In this way, the entire maintenance process becomes more transparent and easier to document. Combining RFID chips with a digital maintenance infrastructure is highly effective wherever strict requirements are placed on documentation – not just within the valve sector. The inevvo solutions team is made up of qualified software, mechanical and industrial engineers. The young start-up specializes in complete RFID system solutions in industrial environments and will market the CONEXO system in future. As a newly founded company, inevvo solutions will enjoy the necessary organizational independence, while still being able to benefit from the GEMÜ Group’s expertise in development, application and manufacturing. The flat organizational structures and agile processes enable the start-up to react to customer requirements quickly and flexibly.
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