Attainable bespoke software for mid-sized manufacturers
Our bespoke software solutions for manufacturers are focused on optimising the operations that support the manufacturing process itself. By doing so, we can find efficiencies within your complex operations that provide measurable improvements, often outstripping the performance of more expensive, off-the-shelf manufacturing software solutions.
Supporting your digital transformation
The next two years are critical for manufacturers. We can help you to improve the flow of information, minimise the manual management of orders, and maximise your supply chain and delivery system.
Do you need to better interface with your accounting and stock packages? Do you have custom resource management requirements that you can’t find off the shelf? Do you need an automated way to track deliveries and plan routes? We can work closely with your operations team to understand your bottlenecks and create solutions designed specifically for you.
Automating and integrating every aspect of your process
We can help simplify the workflow and information sharing between departments on and off the plant. We can integrate legacy systems and datasets in a way that cuts out human error and manual data entry.
Is it time to migrate your project to Umbraco 10 from Umbraco 7?
Umbraco 10 is one of the most major updates to Umbraco in recent years. It offers a large performance boost and improves the already great security. With plenty of testing in the wild and the imminent end of support for Version 7, now is almost certainly the right time to migrate to Umbraco 10.
Our bespoke software discovery process for manufacturers
Manufacturers of Orthotics supply custom-made solutions to hospitals and clinicians. Recently we were invited to run one of our Discovery projects to help define the strategy for a system overhaul of one leading manufacturer.
3 things every university should consider for enrolment and their website
As part of implementing Codiance Higher for The University of Bedfordshire we were tasked with a redesign of their website. We all agreed it felt ‘dated’ and we were confident we could make it look ‘good’. But making a website look good doesn’t necessarily mean better results!