Mutual interdependency is at the heart of each of our principles :

  • APSYS and its employees. Our development is intrinsically linked to the development of our employees. Our relationship with our employees therefore fits within a long-term perspective. Role content, remuneration, training, career opportunities, and working conditions must therefore attract and retain employees who want to pursue an exciting career. We practice responsible flexible work arrangements, promoting a balanced professional and personal development for our employees. We are committed to ensuring that our employees benefit from sharing our economic success. In return, APSYS expects its employees to fully engage in its commitments, values and principles.

  • APSYS and its suppliers. We are externally focused. We develop close and mutually productive relationships with our customers and suppliers. We consider our suppliers as true partners in finding the best solution for our customers. Collaboration with those who bring us their know-how and skills is developed so that everyone can find the right compensation for their contributions. However, this should not lead to the creation of privileged situations to the detriment of the dynamism and competitiveness of the whole. So we also have a constant concern to look for new collaborations that could make positive contributions.

  • APSYS and its customers. Our partnership with our customers is based on trust, on human relations, on the level of quality of our services and on our ability to fulfil their very own specific needs over time. It is these trusted partnerships that secure the development and sustainability of our business. For each new project, during the study phase, we conduct a critical analysis, we carry out prototyping, tests and validation protocols. We practice “simultaneous engineering” because we account for the possible evolution of our customer needs throughout the lifespan of their project. We have a real end-user approach and a deep knowledge of the constraints in production. We organize regular "satisfaction visits" after the project delivery to ensure we give complete satisfaction to all users in the supply chain.
  • Profitability and planning. Our growth and sustainability is based on our ability to be profitable in the long term, guaranteeing our independence. Each new project is therefore subject to an in-depth profitability analysis before the decision to undertake it is made. We are constantly improving our management tools, in order to make these analyses even simpler. We focus our human and financial resources to our core business. This sometimes involves outsourcing certain activities which we do not bring any particular added value to. Our “make vs. buy” choice is always based on a profitability analysis in the short and medium terms. Moreover, as our business is based on long-term projects and requires the use of expensive means of research, development and production, planning is a necessity for all our teams. Plans and programs must be established and conducted with the aim of involving all the employees concerned, their mutual interdependency being an essential factor of our common success.

  • Value analysis and productivity. We operate against clearly articulated strategy and objectives. We focus our efforts on adding value to our business and our economic partners. We simplify, standardize and optimize our working methods and organizational structure as much as possible.