Our team of advisors is made of leading individuals, able to make a clear analysis of the demanding present and future needs of the companies, to suggest solutions and methodologies, to outline development scenarios and contribute to their implementation.

Practicality, efficiency and sustainability will be the basic factors that you can give to the future of your business processes with the help of RTS, reorganizing in a precise way and optimizing your resources, administration, IT and production activities, which constitute the fundamentals of your business today and tomorrow.

The experience gained in the packaging sector has made us strong and also highly aware of the fact that training is an instrument of personal and professional growth, on which strategically invest in in order to develop a real business. Our training programs are addressed to the project team, the end users and the company management, providing all the knowledge needed to implement and use RTS solutions to their full potential.

The design of professional training path is divided into four stages.


At the analysis stage the experts identify the business needs with a comparison between the actual situation and the ideal one; they identify the topics to investigate, the skills and knowledge held by users and any criticisms they may have in the company's business processes. This phase is the strategic point of the whole course, since good design can only result from careful analysis..


Once the objectives and outcomes to be achieved have been established, the contents and methodologies are chosen. We establish the timing of individual actions and the total duration of the interventions.


The training takes place with activities either at the customer's premises or directly at our offices.

Monitoring and Evaluation

During the training stages, the progress of the intervention is constantly monitored by comparing the user's impressions and reactions and relating them to the degree of achievement of the objectives. In the final stage, we proceed instead to a direct comparison between the initial needs, the objectives established and the results obtained.