Greenwood Village, CO (PressExposure) July 28, 2011 -- Engineer to Order manufacturers must provide higher quality products and improved service to customers. Lean Manufacturing processes help ETO manufacturers squeeze additional costs out of operations; Streamline Systems helps ETO manufacturers with:
- Lean Training, Lean Assessment, and Kaizen Events.
- Lean manufacturing tools integrated with ERP Sales, Purchasing, Finance, Collaboration and Business intelligence
- Flow Manufacturing
- Kanban and Pull-based execution
- Heijunka (level production)
- Lean Accounting
Evolving Continuous Process Improvement, Reducing Waste and Costs is the cornerstone of Streamline Systems and the ETO manufacturers that work with the Microsoft Gold Partner. Headquartered in Colorado, Streamline Systems (www.streamlinesys.com), follows a focused business strategy and proven approach when it comes to working with any client. According to Larry Cohn, Managing Director, "Over the years, we've developed verified methods that inject new value into the equipment manufacturers' business. We provide the solutions, tools, and advice needed to transform their operations. We believe that every client is unique, and requires direct collaboration with a team of experts in order to receive the maximum amount of value for their investment. That is why we take the time to evaluate every clients distinct set of requirements before engaging, so we can be sure we are providing the highest value solution for their specific needs."
Lean Manufacturing is an effective strategy for remaining competitive by identifying and eliminating waste. Lean utilizes common sense business practices to improve quality, minimize inventory at all stages of production, shorten product cycle times, and eliminate non-value added activities.
Whether named project manufacturing, custom manufacturing, Engineer to Order manufacturing, Streamline Systems is well-versed in the unique set of business challenges faced by manufacturers involved in this process and understand the technology requirements that are quite distinct from repetitive manufacturing. From the complex quotation and order entry process, to long lead times and the potentially unprofitable service and installation aspects of the business process, optimal efficiency is essential or margins evaporate. Cohn insists, "Project manufacturers must ensure they capitalize on every opportunity, while simultaneously managing costs, and ensuring projects are accurately billed and collected."
Streamline Systems, LLC