OTB is an international fashion group, powering a range of global and unconventional brands, including Diesel, Maison Margiela, Marni, Viktor&Rolf, and Jil Sander.
The group also controls and manages the Staff International and Brave Kid companies, and holds a minority stake in L.A. brand Amiri.
OTB embodies the brave, innovative and unapologetic spirit and vision of its founder and chairman Renzo Rosso, who disrupted the fashion world with an open-minded and highly creative mindset, aimed at “building not the biggest, but the most alternative, fashion group”, as he put it.
As the name suggests, OTB stands for “Only The Brave”. The group pushes boundaries and challenges established rules to redefine the world of fashion and lifestyle by fostering the creativity of international talents.
Through its know-how and state-of-the-art facilities, the group supports the brands in its portfolio in the development of authentic, individual concepts and successful, sustainable businesses. Embracing consumer-centric digital innovation and advanced technologies, OTB transforms ideas into distinctive and responsible creations aimed at unconventional and forward-thinking individuals.
Credis OTB Group
The Group had a need for a platform for managing mandatory employee training in a multi-company and multinational setting.
The project then evolved into managing other critical processes such as health surveillance and risk assessment management as well.
One of the OTB team’s goals was to have a single reference database for occupational safety interfaced with its corporate information systems in order to quickly intercept organizational changes especially related to turnover of personnel subject to training and health surveillance.
The project was also integrated with the use of an e-learning platform.
In this case study, Q-81 HSE is an integrated process manager capable of cutting down management and data retrieval time in all associated Group companies.
Credits OTB Group
Worker training management, history data retrieval, activation of courses, registration of participants with determination of the training gap
Risk management pursuant to Law Decree 81/08
Management of health surveillance, history data retrieval and activation of health protocols, scheduling of medical examinations, management of fitness judgments
Action management, implementation of benchmark KPIs