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Technological Problem Solving
Do not re-invent
Don’t reinvent the wheel. Creax helps you solving any technological challenge
through cross-industry research. We discover and map how others, within and outside your industry, have tackled similar challenges.
Find the ‘real’ problem
A good solution starts with understanding the real problem. We believe it’s better to cure the sickness than to remedy the symptoms. That’s why we put a lot of time and effort to identify the
‘real’ underlying problems.
Find the right solution
The research approach of Creax is based on the unbiased collection of information from data sources in and outside of your industry. This
cross-industry research ensures the discovery of solutions already applied in your industry, as well as technological inspirations, which are well established in other industries and can be translated in the context of your specific challenge.
The methodological approach of Creax is highly efficient and involves systematic interactions with your specialists. Creax can therefore guarantee the delivery of concrete technology scenarios and reliable partners, backboned by consistent research and supported by the internal stakeholders.
Develop breakthrough concepts
By combining multiple proven solutions, breakthrough concepts are generated, all of which meet the predefined scope and problem definition. A well-stocked pipeline of
profitable solutions for the short and long term future.
The Creax problem solving approach
A typical project comprises the following phases:
Kick-off & plant visit / Phase A: Problem definition & analysis /
Phase B: Cross-industry technology research /
Phase C: Technological scenario-building /
Phase D: Partner contacting and iterative scenario refining
[ Julien Laboureau – Director of research – dermatology and dermocosmetics – L’Oréal ]
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