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In less than 30 years, Saverglass has grown from a local SME to an International Group. The workforce has increased tenfold – growing from 250 to 2,500 employees – and the family shareholding structure has given way to investment funds. The management and administration teams have been considerably strengthened and play a key role in supporting this far-reaching transformation of Saverglass.
In this context, Saverglass has taken up the challenge of preserving its historical identity – marked by family spirit, respect for people, and a passion for glass – whilst professionalizing and modernizing its accounting and financial processes, its information systems, and its human resources management. This in-depth transformation of management and administration activities also requires the employees, in a personal capacity, to bring the company's human values to life.
In the Saverglass Group, the areas known as support services are focused on serving operational staff. Their mission is to satisfy their “in-house clients” through reliable information systems that perform well and are adapted to the work involved; through recruitment, with the management of training and monitoring of career paths defined working closely with the managers; and through financial management and management checks on performance and productivity in the production units.
The IT network administrator plays a key role in ensuring the reliability, fluidity and performance of the Saverglass Group's information system. At the service of and ready to listen to users, they are responsible for the design, implementation, operation and development of the entire information system infrastructure.
The IT network administrator researches and proposes suitable solutions with a view to ensuring the overall consistency of the Group’s information systems. The administrator works with internal staff and suppliers to define specifications, draft contracts and orders, in addition to validating and implementing the solutions chosen. They are responsible for administration, ongoing operations and maintenance. They also monitor emerging technological developments in order to anticipate changes to the systems.
Saverglass’ economic and strategic management is supported by the quality and accuracy of the economic and financial analyses provided by the Management Assessor. The Management Assessor supports the management team in managing the activity and decision-making. The assessor sets and adjusts short and long-term forecasts according to the company's strategic objectives, and collects and summarizes budgetary data from the various departments.
The Management Assessor's work requires efficient management tools: reports, regular management charts for the activity, financial statements, performance analysis, etc. The Management Assessor defines the main areas to be monitored and establishes the indicators, checks the gaps between the results and budgets, and compares the accounts with the results from the various management charts.