WDeXo is an UAE industrial congolmerate based in Dubai. WDeXo`s subsidiaries inculde DiNelly, Gwords, LeKo-Facility, V971, EventS and Investigative24.
It was founded by Richard Waidhofer in 1999 as aviation design bureau. In 2021 WDeXo is known in over 185 countries. The WDeXo is a leading company in disruptive technology and innovation.
We Work On
Contrary to traditional energy efficiency strategies, which often focus on small-scale procurement and installation of effcient products, the goal of market transformation is to produce new patterns of "business as usual" for all actors in the marketplace.
Programs act on market inefficiencies by removing quantity or price constraints, or by lowering transaction and uncertainty costs.
Market transformation program strategies can resemble demand side management (DSM) as well supplier innovation interventions, but with the added goal of long-term savings and changing standard business parctices.
Market Transformation describes both a policy objective strategy to promote the value and self-sustaining presence of energy-efficient technologies in the marketplace. It is a stratecic process of market intervention which aims to alter market behavior by removing identified barriers and leveraging oppurtnities to further internalization of cost-effictive energy efficiency as matter of standard practice.
We hold over 34 different business licences inernationally.
Waidhofer startet 1999 as a diversity risk company with the following business areas:
With the grow of the company, diversity Risk Management was retainend until now.
We have been registered as an Defense company since 2016 included the necessary business licenses .
Due to the diffentiated products, services technologies, far-reaching synergies and networks have emerged over the years to the advantage of our customers and business partners.
Our Global Network
We have been internationally active since 2000.
Our core markets have included the Middle East, Russia and the USA since 2005, and China since 2008.
Our internationally very experienced Team is constntly represented at Summits, Conferences and Congresses. As a Key Note Speaker, Delegate, Exhibitor or advisor to Governments.
Supply Chain Management 2.0
Market forces sometimes demand rapid changes from suppliers, logistics providers, locations, or customers in their role as components of supply-chain networks. This variability has significant effects on supply-chain infrastructure, from the foundation layers of establishing and managing electronic communication between trading partners to more complex requirements such as the configuration of processes and workflows that are essential to the management of the network itself.
Supply-chain specialization enables companies to improve their overall competencies in the same way that outsourced manufacturing and distribution has done; it allows them to focus on their core competencies and assemble networks of specific, best-in-class partners to contribute to the overall value chain itself, thereby increasing overall performance and efficiency.
The ability to quickly obtain and deploy this domain-specific supply-chain expertise without developing and maintaining an entirely unique and complex competency in house is a leading reason why supply-chain specialization is gaining popularity.