Provide outstanding customer value at best cost to maintain competitiveness and profitability of products and solutions
Make appropriate design decisions early with focus on both value and cost
Unveil savings potential along the entire supply chain
To support this goal, Siemens is rolling out a state-of-the-art cost and value engineering across all divisions. The cost and value engineering approach helps Siemens to build precise analytics and strong judgment on expected cost. In fiscal year 2016, cost and value engineering projects covered around € 3.4 billion of Siemens’ purchasing volume; and Siemens is planning on increasing it more than € 5 billion by 2017, and more than € 12 billion by 2020.
“Our goal is to significantly increase cost and value engineering coverage,” says Dr. Ralf P. Thomas, chief financial officer at Siemens. “A key success factor is the increasing internal use of our Teamcenter software for product cost management.”
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