We support you 
in all phases

We offer our services to you and your employees across the entire value chain - from initialisation, conception and detailed planning through to the active implementation and operation. Thanks to our independence,  we are able to achieve optimal results when selecting tailor-made system solutions and implementing them efficiently in your company. The goal is to successfully position your company in both today’s and future markets. 

01 Initialisation

You have an idea or are at the very beginning of a project and need a basis for decision-making.

  • Project Design  -  Comprehensive feasibility study
  • Political Engineering - Development of management templates
  • Mediation - Agreeing on the project content and its realisation with all members
  • Financial Engineering - Identification of financing methods

02 Conception

You agree with all participants on the basis for decision-making based on a concept

  • Guidelines and master plans
  • Rough concepts
  • Detailed development of system architectures
  • Identification of roles and processes
  • Setting up business processes and models
  • Interface conception
  • Grant applications / financing concepts
  • Development of project organisation and time frames
  • Expert opinions
  • Communication concepts
  • Coordination with the parties involved

03 Detailed Planning

The starting signal for the project has been taken and you prepare the implementation during the detailed planning phase.

  • Creation of technical and commercial specifications (tender documents)
  • Time and resource planning
  • Financial and liquidity planning
  • Implementation planning (roll-out)
  • Coordination and synchronisation with relevant internal and external projects 

04 Implementation

You are at the stage of implementing your future vision.

  • Tender
  • Award
  • Support during the specification phase
  • Project management
  • Project and system control
  • Project controlling
  • Dealing with regional authorities
  • Quality assurance and documentation
  • Organisational and technical implementation on site 
  • Support during the testing phase 
  • Final acceptance of the subprojects and the overall project 

05 Operations

You agree with all participants on the basis for decision-making based on a concept.

  • Process analysis and optimisation
  • Operating models
  • Implementation of new operational concepts
  • Resource planning and control
  • Staff and material planning
  • KPIs and Management Information Systems
  • Risk analysis and management
  • Quality management
  • Audits and certifications
  • Sustainability studies
  • Training of processes and the required IT programs 
Case Study 1


A client would like to implement a large infrastructure project, therefore he needs assistance with traffic planning in general but in particular with new approaches with regard to financing the project. There is the added anxiety that the public will reject the project in the implementation phase. The client therefore approaches MRK who build on the existing technical feasibility study, as well as on the cost-benefit analysis, to tailor a finance plan in conjunction with all parties involved (i.e. the Federal Government and states, transport companies, local transport authorities and the city).

Furthermore, MRK develops a communication concept with the focus on building an information platform, thus involving the public right from the beginning. When planning the infrastructure, MRK has to define the requirements as part of a specification sheet so that the functional and qualitative details are provided to all suppliers in the interests of fair competition. MRK then arranges the tender and award for their client and organises the time plan, compliancy matrix, price sheets and assessment tables. 

Case Study 2


An energy company wants to commit itself more to the field of e-Mobility and submit a grant application alongside partners in the tourism and transport sector. MRK develops an initial project blueprint and coordinates this with the partners. The most important goal is to establish a win-win situation in which all parties involved are recognized and both business-related and economic interests are taken into account.

Once the business case is viable and has been approved by the board, MRK is now able to assist in drafting the application. Several months later, the anticipated budget, including capital, is available so that MRK is now entrusted with the next step of defining the business case and supporting the implementation into the operation phase. 

Case Study 3


A telecommunications company would like to analyse and optimise their internal processes as external conditions have changed and the organisation has not yet been adapted accordingly. MRK, together with the management and employees involved, developed optimisation possibilities, thereby creating an acceptance in all areas of the company.

After the concept is presented to the Worker’s Council and slight modifications were made, the implementation phase can start. Teams consisting of MRK consultants and employees are formed to implement the measures within 12 months in line with MRK’s time and resource planning. Invaluable training is arranged and given by MRK in order to fully prepare all employees for the new organisational structure.