ZF took on the extensive project of digitalizing the shop floor, starting with the basic building block for more efficient production - shift scheduling.
With "People Centricity", the approach of putting people at the center of the digital enterprise, Siemens is pursuing the goal of promoting interaction and communication around shift scheduling with employees.
With "People Centricity", the approach of putting people at the centre of the digital company, Siemens is pursuing the goal of promoting interaction and communication with employees. Modern working and shift models help to make stringent use of this approach. Reconciliation of family and career, as well as a balanced workload, is achieved with these models. At Siemens, this working culture is lived out in the production facilities, which is reflected in a positive working atmosphere, low sickness rates and employee satisfaction.
In order to implement "People Centricity" in the application area of working time and shift planning, the use of modern technologies and digital tools is necessary. With shyftplan, Siemens has a competent partner that provides precisely these technologies for internal requirements. The partnership between shyftplan and Siemens relies on a cloud-based approach that centralises workflows through a "single point of truth" and consistently uses ERP interfaces. The close cooperation between shyftplan and Siemens is based on mutual trust, which we have built up through personal support and high availability.
Siemens is a leading technology company. For more than 170 years, innovative technologies have been at the core of Siemens. In doing so, the company connects the real and digital worlds, helping customers to accelerate their digital transformation and achieve sustainability goals. In fiscal year 2022, Siemens Group generated revenues of €72.0 billion with around 311,000 employees. The company is represented in 190 countries.