Improve your processes and make sense of your data for better visibility and bottom-line results.
In the world of manufacturing, we know that visibility and speed are key. Many of the organizations we partner with come to us with paper-dependent processes causing delays and allowing little insight as to where things stand in any given process. Even when files are in a digital format they are difficult to find when you need them. Manufacturing companies need the ability to intake data, make it manageable, activate it for full visibility and automate where possible for a competitive advantage.
Manufacturing Use Cases
Eliminate Paper Processes
Reduce human error from manual entry, provide easier search and data retrieval, heighten security and allow for greater visibility for your organization.
Think about how many systems you log into per day. Having too many systems and tools to run your organization is not only overwhelming but also time-consuming, confusing, and expensive.
Use Data for Decision-Making
Make informed and accurate business decisions based on your historical data rather than just your intuition.
Enable Straight-Through Processing
Minimize manual tasks and eliminate working with multiple systems, providing you the ability to focus on more business-critical tasks.
Automate Bills of Lading Process
Streamline your processes, digitize and automate invoices, enable 24/7 mobile access and increase visibility across the board.
Augment Legacy TMS Systems
TMS Augmentation automates your data exchange and enables content management capabilities, making reporting and data consolidation simpler.
Manufacturing by the Numbers
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Bringing Resilience To Your Supply Chain
Join us as we team up with KnowledgeLake to discuss bringing resilience to your manufacturing supply chain with automation.
Manufacturing Supply Chain Automation Will Make You More Resilient
Supply chains are under pressure to find ways to decrease costs while increasing productivity and improving quality.
Case Study: Creating Efficiencies in Accounts Payable
Processing roughly 50,000 invoices on average each year, Loram of Maintenance Way, Inc. needed a way to cut down on processing and retrieval time.