Complexity management
Increasing customer value, minimizing variants, reducing the complexity of the product portfolio


Adapting the number of product variants to the variance of customer demands and thus, to limit them, is one of our objectives. ConMoto relies on modularization and modular management to accelerate the product development process and reduce the effort for each individual product. Your company will be enabled to meet market demands quicker and at the best cost. Specifically speaking, we filter out the products and variants that currently make only a small contribution to economic success, but nevertheless strain our business processes. And we describe the variants that meet future customer demands and thus, ensure your sustainable economic success.

We utilize more than 30 years of experience as a management consultancy in process optimization. ConMoto streamlines your company’s various value creation processes with the necessary product complexity. Our comprehensive understanding of complexity management enables us to unveil optimization potential in all areas and consequently, to eliminate unnecessary complexity. Supported by our implementation strength, you will gain access to all the levers of complexity management an thus, increase the profitability of your products.

These three levers help reduce product variance




Six key questions about value creation complexity

Product complexity is a response to market complexity: every company wants to optimally serve the market with its products – and reach as many customers as possible. At the same time, the complexity of the product development process should be as low as possible to save costs. To reconcile these different goals, companies need answers to the following questions:

#1    Which markets do we serve and how can we succeed in them?

#2    What should we produce?

#3    What competitive advantages can be gained by development, production and logistics?

#4    What technologies should we use for production?

#5    How should we produce and control production?

#6    How can we continuously improve?