CLH Group is investing €8 million in the renewal of its main IT systems and processes to standardise and streamline procedures to improve efficiency.
The 'ONE' project will affect CLH and CLH Aviación as well as the group's international companies located in the UK, Ireland and eventually Mexico.
The project comprises the implementation of the same software across all companies to create a simpler and more uniform working methodology. This will facilitate cooperation and process automation and will reduce the number of computer applications used by 60%.
Corporate process such as financial management, purchasing and human resources will be streamlined toremove all unnecessary steps and optimise management.
The project will use robot programmes and storage of the main company data in a single platform to achieve administrative task optimisation. The new system also improved data analysis with real-time data query to assist with decision-making processes.
The company is also finalising the definition of a unique functioning model for the whole group, taking to account the specific features of each country in legal, accounting and tax matters, in addition to establishing new roles aimed at clearly defining the competences of each company in the main management areas and improving coordination within the group.
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