As industrial operators must deal with a variety of standards on international markets, the increasing constraints of local integration and the constant search for competitiveness often lead project owners and project management to change supply chains from one project to another and one region to another.
Consequently, principals are facing new challenges: manage the skills improvement of participants, integrate new frameworks for their existing subcontractors who are constantly changing and manage the impact of changes in different cultural and contractual environments.
Based on our international experience and functional approach, Assystem supports principals right from the work package allocation phase, to make sure their outsourcing strategy matches the actual capacities of the supply chain. Assystem supports and manages subcontractors in raising their skill levels and delivers technical coordination for the project (interfaces and configuration). Although the contractual agreements remain the responsibility of the principals, Assystem manages the contracts in technical and legal terms. In this respect, Assystem recommends the use of contractual agreement templates proposed by the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) for their reliability, balance and enforceability under employment law in the vast majority of countries around the world.
Professional expertise in the construction of infrastructures: mechanical, electrical, instrumentation & control, information systems, civil engineering etc.
Expertise in standards
Expertise in international standards and codes, enabling subcontractors to exhibit the required level
Expertise in technology
Expertise in digital technologies and technical skills, project management and control systems, which all contribute to optimising budgets, completion deadlines and infrastructure performance
Excellent capacity for participation and management of international projects