Hackathon pour réinventer l’assurance crédit avec Euler Hermes


Hackathon interne afin de réinventer le principe de caution, en réunissant des équipes européennes d’Euler Hermes pour co-concevoir des business models innovants menant au développement de nouveaux prototypes.

“Ce projet était une opportunité de tester un nouveau modèle de collaboration avec des clients matures sur le plan digital. Je suis fière de la qualité, de la diversité des projets achevés et présentés en seulement 15 heures de hackathon, particulièrement une solution sur la sécurité des données. Également fière de la transformation culturelle engendrée par l'événement”

Ines Dartiguenave,
Communities Programs Manager

10MENTORS

et UX impliqués dans le hackathon

6PROJETS

présentés après le hackathon

1PROJET

sélectionné par le top management pour être prototypé

+35PARTICIPANTS

venant de 8 pays différents

MISSION NUMA

The food industry from food manufacturing to supply chain to delivery is a big market and can have a huge impact on the life of people. Developing smart and sustainable solutions can have a big impact on the planet.

AMBITION

The ambition was twofold: train 100+ Elior employees from France, UK, Italy, Spain and US to Lean Startup and Design Thinking methods and lead them to create projects that expand Elior business and improve customer experience on current businesses.

MAIN STEPS

1. Train 100+ Elior employees to Design Thinking and Lean Startup during a one day workshop in France, UK, Italy, Spain and the US

2. Select 12 teams across the world to participate to a 2 days workshop in Paris to help them validate their project idea, create a business model and a pitch

4. Select and mentor one project (UK) to create its first prototype

5. All along the project: provide support for teams selection and pitches

Business Cases NUMA

RESULTS

The winning project developed by the UK-based team, BOX’D CHEF, proposes meal kits that employees can take home and cook in less than 30 minutes. The project has secured the backing of Elior Group and its senior management, and is being supported by NUMA mentors.

BOX’D CHEF was trialled in August 2016 and the very positive customer feedback gave the green light for its development. The team is now working on a standardized version for deployment in a dozen UK restaurants in 2017.

Five other winning projects are also being implemented, such as « I wanna be chef » in Spain, a cooking competition for children that was a great success in 2016, attracting several hundred participants and over 100,000 views. Another example is the digitalization of our training tutorials for Areas employees in Italy, designed to improve our service quality.