- What is a "Technical Project"?
- What are typical examples of Technical Projects within a typical business?
- How can NLogic value add when it knows nothing or very little about my business and its products and services?
- What is NLogic's view on Sustainability and how does it integrate it into its Solutions?
There are many answers to this question. However, in the context of NLogic, a Technical Project within a business is an activity which must be undertaken over a defined period and requires the skills of technical understanding and project management.
There are many examples:
Example 1: A manufacturer requires an audit and condition report including market values of its plant & equipment.
Example 2: A business wishes to consider replacing its aging production machinery.
Example 3: Case studies, past and present. A major marketing benefit to any business is to capture the information, compile the narrative and publicise via hard copy and the business's website.
Example 4: A business is launching a new product and they require a Technical Leaflet and Operations & Maintenance Manual.
NLogic's personnel, led by its MD and Principal Consultant Joe Napoli (see About Us), has over 33 years of hands-on experience across different roles and many industries, and so it understands first hand, how businesses, processes and the roles within the business function. The fact that NLogic is not intimately involved with your business but is able to bring a vast amount of industry experience and knowledge, allows us offer a fresh set of thinking. Our first priority is to understand your business and the issues. NLogic has developed unique methodologies which allow us to quickly get into the detail of the business and issues and then offer customised solutions. Most of our competitors offer theoretical processes but very little hands-on industry experience. NLogic is quite the opposite with field proven processes, the hands-on experience to back them and always innovating to accelerate improvements.
Sustainability is a key thread throughout NLogic and its products and services. We support energy efficiency, recycling, waste minimisation, renewables, cutback on greenhouse gases and other polluting emissions. We believe these inititiatives also have short and long term benefits to business such as, operating cost, employee and customer loyalties.
One of the key issues we consider when providing a solution is sustainability. Examples of this include, how to reduce energy consumption; minimise waste; recycling programs; changing to a different energy source; sustainability culture in new recruits; incentive programs; product changes to be more environmental friendly; marketing "green"; etc. This will include developing and communicating Policies, Processes & Procedures.