Consultancy

Transferring Knowledge through SERVICE

Faculty academics and researchers are engaged in a range of services to the public and private sectors, the business and wider communities. They transfer knowledge and technology through commissioned research projects, consultancy, professional training and other channels.

Listed below are some of our select consultancy and commissioned projects.

  • "A 2D Barcode and RFID-enabled Mobile Warehouse Management System" - Phase 2

    (for a knitwear manufacturer and exporter)

    Professor Eric Ngai, of the Department of Management and Marketing, is the leader of the project. A 2D Barcode and RFID-enabled Mobile Warehouse Management System (Phase 2) supports the multi-site operation, in Hong Kong and on the Chinese mainland, of a leading knitwear company. The project includes the design of a supply chain web-portal system and a feasibility study of deploying RFID technology in yarn sample warehouse operation for improving inventory visibility and accuracy.

  • Consultancy on RFID-enabled Knitting Warehouse Management System

    (for a knitwear manufacturer and exporter)

  • Consultancy Service for Investor Education Council (IEC) Baseline Survey

    (for the Securities and Futures Commission)

  • CSR Assessment and Contents Development for the Inaugural Issue of Sustainability Report

    (for a direct selling company)

  • CSR Training

    (for an inspection, verification, testing and certification company)

  • Customer Loyalty Study

    (for a jewellery company)

  • Design and Development of a Chinese Segmentation Engine

    (for a provider of data management solutions)

    Professor Eric Ngai, of the Department of Management and Marketing, is the leader of the project. The Design and Development of a Chinese Segmentation Engine project is a research partnership with a data management solution provider. It involves the development of statistical models and a data/text mining system for evaluating information from offline and online sources. The engine will enable users to manage business intelligence in simplified and traditional Chinese and help companies detect negative and positive trends in consumer opinion.

  • Evaluation of the Reputation of Chinese Enterprises

    (for China Enterprise Reputation and Credibility Association (Overseas))

  • Formulating an Operational Model for Transporting Horses between Conghua and Hong Kong

    (for The Hong Kong Jockey Club)

  • Online Survey System Development

    (for Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation)

    Professor Eric Ngai, of the Department of Management and Marketing, is the leader of the project. The Online Survey System consultancy project, commissioned by Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, involves technical advice on the design of online surveys and in-house use of an online survey system generator with distinctive technological features that affect the quality and reliability of survey responses.

  • Professional Production of Specification of Competency Standards (SCS) for the Logistics Industry

    (for Vocational Training Council)

    Dr Venus Lun, of the Department of Logistics and Maritime Studies (LMS), and her team have secured a consultancy project from the HKSAR government. The project, titled "Provision of Consultancy Services on Production of Specification of Competency Standards for Logistics Industry", is worth $1 million. Other members of the team are Professor Edwin Cheng and Dr Kee-hung Lai of LMS, and Dr Christina Wong of the PolyU Institute of Textiles and Clothing.

  • Rehabus Fare Study 2011

    (for The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation)

  • Risk Profiling and Suitability for Individual Clients

    (for the Hong Kong branch of an agricultural bank)

  • Strategic Development Plan for HKQAA in the coming 5 Years (2011 - 2015)

    (for Hong Kong Quality Assurance Agency)

  • Survey on Chinese Consumers' Perceptions of HK-Based Brands

    (for an exhibition services company of The Chinese Manufacturers’ Association of Hong Kong)