It’s time for engineering to evolve.

The engineering sector has always been ahead of the curve. It’s used its ability to refine and reproduce technologically-driven products and link up with the construction to set the new standards in digitalisation. But this time, it’s engineering that is due a rethink - a rethink that considers its fundamental processes and corporate culture.

That’s why the future of this industry is based on a culture shift. From civil engineering to private structural engineering projects, digitalisation satisfies the need to remain competitive against disruptors entering the industry, so simply using the latest technology is just not enough; constantly finding new outlets for innovation and then moving forward via our engineering consultancy gives your engineering company a chance to thrive.

You have to keep moving forward, or else you will fall behind.

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Create A New Culture

By introducing technology at a basic level and identifying the right KPIS to fuel growth your business can tap into a culture that fosters data-driven insights, and ensure both innovation and value are forged together.

Software For Satisfaction

Turn your attention to software-driven solutions for your customers’ use that unlock the power of data-driven insights to find new avenues for expansion and innovation, and inspire similar changes in your business model.

Research & Development

Bring together your entire supply chain with specific digital solutions that both reduce development cycles and provide real-time results to help your business trial and test the technical expertise produced by your R&D.

On The Production Line

Beyond what the customer wants is how the engineering sector produces the products that align with these demands. This starts with agile processes that streamline production and delivery of products to test and trial new products and services at scale. Paralleling this is the new drive for an operations overhaul encompassing analytics, machine learning, and robotics.

The process of R&D notoriously takes many years to complete. Armed with digital technologies that can provide data-driven insights into your business and reduced time taken to design and develop products, you can beat the clock.

Curating a culture based on technological innovation that facilitates a forward-thinking approach regarding digitalisation is key to this industry’s future. A complete overhaul might seem unnecessary for such a quick-paced industry, but military precision starts with innovation, and that starts with our engineering consulting services.

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For The Customer

The engineering sector has always sought one purpose: to complete high-quality projects, and to do so to the client’s exact need. In fact, it’s that exact bit which really matters.

Engineering optimisation is the future of this sector, placing value on using data to determine the features that matter to an engineering firm's clientele, and rapidly testing these products to their standards via fast production and shipping and data-driven insights.

You need to curate customer satisfaction and move with the tide of demand to maintain business stability, all the while upholding the standards required of such complex products. Balancing the ever-changing technological trends for your operations and for the customer are feats not to be taken lightly. On top of this, smarter and connected products are also on the table, bringing together hardware, software, the cloud, and connectivity to rethink your operations, including those for civil engineers.

Jeremy Garcia - Simply Brands
Anyone with a growing business needs technology in order to succeed. Our internal team productivity jumped by over 241% thanks to the tools and code that Lolly Co produced.
Jeremy Garcia - Simply Brands

Jeremy Garcia
Director of Technology, Simply Brands

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Do You Dare Go Digital?

For those with an ear to the ground, our services carry out a Digital Transformation. A Digital Transformation rethinks how you manage your employees', your clients' and business’ data, and how you carry out your business operations. Or, in simple terms, a DT is the technological revamp your business needs to stay competitive.

The engineering industry follows a simple concept: it is dedicated to creating custom-fit solutions to technical problems that meet their customers’ needs. In even simpler terms, it has already met the principles expected of a Digital Transformation - but this actually drives the need to regularly innovate. By not innovating on a frequent basis and failing to adapt to the moves made by the disruptors in the industry, the business will fail to survive.

And, just like a variety of other sectors looking to survive amongst competition and then push them out of the market, this industry is focusing its attention on data. Sourcing data-driven insights into its clientele, refining that data with accessibility in mind for the designing and constructing processes, and allowing access to that data for the firm’s entire supply chain is the future of this industry.

This specifically can encompass software-solutions, the cloud, agile methodology, analytics, machine learning, and robotics.

By harnessing third-party services and algorithms alongside a company overview, cutting out development time and reaping the rewards of digital innovation are much easier to grasp. That's exactly what our engineering consultants and project managers can provide.

Put Personalisation At The Fore Of Your Business

The central purpose of data-driven insights is to provide renewed access to the exact needs of your customers.

Custom-fit solutions don't just apply to the products you create for your customers. Apply the same initiative to the support and maintenance services, too.

Rephrase the operating models by reshaping the marketing and sales department to enforce the innovation of a personalised buying experience.

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Engage With The Need For Engagement

Harness the power of automation, advanced control, and computer-aided design to ensure your production team has innovation at the fore of their new operations.

Go beyond the construction site and utilise technology to source insights into your customers' exact wants. This will provide renewed innovation and engagement.

Discover customer insights and utilise the data to enact the necessary overhaul by using their wants and needs as a framework for operations.

Enforce Efficiency Via Technology

Digitalise the entire team via tech solutions that consider the whole supply chain. Encourage collaboration and meet evolving needs.

The engineering industry is versed in gathering and analysing big numbers. Beat the clock and stay relevant via software-driven analysis.

The digital operating model is the future of this industry. Constantly rethink, reshape, and rephrase how you work to adapt to the continuous changes in the industry via data-driven insights.

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+ What is the engineering sector?

This sector is the totality of companies that engineer products in a number of fields including chemicals, mechanical products, electronics, aerospace products, telecommunications, and motor vehicles. It is one of the broadest sectors currently operating.

+ What is digital engineering?

This is the practice of creating, capturing, and integrating data via digital technologies and tools in a digitally-driven environment. The construction and operation teams can then utilise the data and design to create a finished product.

+ Is the engineering sector growing?

Engineering as a sector is continuing to grow globally, but some areas are growing at a faster pace than others. This includes robotics and machine learning engineers who create machines that perform essential functions for businesses. Electrical and electronics engineers are similarly seeing a spike in demand.

+ What is the future of the engineering industry?

This sector is expected to witness disproportionate growth in the areas devoted to streamlining business processes via technology. This focus on creating digital solutions is the future of this industry.

+ What are the trends for the engineering sector?

The trends that are set to dominate this sector include the need to create new business cultures that invite innovation and technology at every level, software-based solutions that unlock the power of data-driven insights, and intensive R&D. Robotics and machinery are also believed to be future trends for the industry, taking over the roles of engineers.

+ How is technology changing the engineering sector?

The demand for digital engineering solutions is the footprint of technology on this sector, but other impacts include the use of data-driven insights throughout the engineering process and the consequential speeding up of business operations. Even down to product design have engineering practices changed with a newfound focus on customer-centric goods and services.

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We're Re-Writing Your Business Plan

Taking things technological might seem a challenging feat set to put your engineers through their paces, but with Lolly Co at every step of the way, navigating the new territory need not be difficult. In fact, with our tech-team assessing your business’ exact needs and walking you through each step, you don’t need an instruction manual, either! But, if you do fancy finding your way around tomorrow’s business technology, you can start here.