Remove the weak links with integrated systems
Industrial companies are technology-intensive. In production, there are machines that are operated manually by staff or that are automated with, for example, robots.
In order for the production process to be managed efficiently, a smooth flow of inputs is required, and to be able to manage this, warehouse and logistics functions must be integrated with the production process. Through the business system, efficient purchasing and invoicing processes are ensured and with decision support functionality, feedback is provided on how well production is working.
Technology should facilitate
A chain is never stronger than its weakest link. Shortcomings in the purchasing process can lead to the production line stopping because there are missing components. Correspondingly, there can be a stoppage if the warehouse is full because it is not possible to get the products to the end customer, or because demand has been misjudged.
From a technical perspective, there are many IT systems that must work together, systems that often come from different suppliers. In addition, there may be a need to, over time, add new functionality or remove what is not used. Changes in the IT ecosystem must be easy to implement and without risk of production being affected.
We help industrial companies create efficient business processes
We at iCore have extensive experience in helping industrial companies use data from the production process, supply chain and customers to streamline their business processes.