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Development of a Europe-wide bespoke system enhancing operational processes

Executive Summary

Challenge: The focus was on developing a new Europe-wide internal system from scratch and integrating new solutions while respecting established best practices. 

Approach: Through detailed analysis and workshops in France and Poland, we gained insights from key stakeholders to design a solution aligning with Valeo’s business and user needs.

Result: The outcome was a detailed specification document for an efficient, tailor-made system designed to enhance Valeo’s operational processes and catering to Valeo’s needs across Europe. 

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About the client

Founded in 1923, Valeo is one of the first automobile equipment suppliers in the world and a partner to all automakers worldwide

Valeo operates in 33 countries to design innovative technologies and systems that will make the car of tomorrow more intuitive, autonomous, connected and environmentally friendly.

Future Processing was chosen by Valeo to conduct Analysis & Design and development of a brand new Europe-wide system.

Business challenge

In January 2016, Future Processing started collaboration with Valeo Electric and Electronic Systems which belongs to the Thermal Systems and Powertrain Systems Business Groups and is based in southern Poland.


production sites and 63 R&D centers


employees in 33 countries

Scope of work

We were tasked with conducting analysis and providing a specification for a brand new, internal system that will be used by Valeo employees all over Europe.

The specification document was based on knowledge gathered during two series of workshops that took place in France, in the physical location where several processes crucial to the system are conducted, and in Poland where the new solution concept was discussed and developed.

Knowledge acquired during these workshops, with constant input from the main stakeholders, was the basis for designing a solution answering both the business’ and the end-users’ needs. The aim of the requirements engineering phase was tosupport the ongoing business process with new, efficient solutions designed from scratch to improve it, but also ensure that they respect good practices that have been developed over the years.

Technologies used in the project