The shortage of engineers and technical specialists in the D-A-CH region, as well as the intensified competitive situation for many companies due to globalization, is increasingly turning numerous technology companies of all sizes into centralized engineering competence centers abroad. In order to continue in a successful position and succeed in national and international markets, they nowadays have to produce faster, better, more flexibly and, ideally, cheaper than their competitors.

A centralized engineering collaboration will lead to further modularization in system planning, and projects can be further standardized. By pooling synergies, knowledge will be more condensed, errors will be better recogn