Hilti and the Hilti Chair of Business Process Management at the University of Liechtenstein show in their case study how the construction technology group succeeded in standardizing its process, data and IT infrastructure worldwide. The goal of this strategy was to set global company standards while at the same time remain agile in responding to local requirements. Thanks to the strategy, Hilti can efficiently implement innovative concepts such as big data analytics, machine learning and the Internet of Things (IoT).
The case study has now won the WfMC Global Award for Excellence in BPM & Workflow, which the University of Liechtenstein calls “one of the most prestigious prizes in the range of Business Process Management worldwide”. The award is jointly sponsored by the Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC) and BPM.com and is organized by Future Strategies Inc. Previous award winners include Adidas, Johnson & Johnson and the Swiss railway company SBB.
“Winning the award is a further proof of global leadership in Business Process Management in Liechtenstein,” according to the university.