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Phase II Data Collection Implementation brings process improvements that save time and reduce stress

Published By: Radley Corporation
Radley Corporation
Published:  Aug 30, 2010
Length:  2 pages

In our previous paper (request Gemline Case Study Released 12/23/08) we told you about how Gemline eliminated a labor- and paper-intensive, disconnected system. By automating many data capture functions in both manufacturing and logistics they were able to do in one single scan what was previously for them a multi-step, labor intensive, and error prone process. They eliminated FIFO constraints and they gained the ability to issue more readily accessible on-site raw material to released production orders. Gemline recognized that in Radley's IFS/DC Automated Data Collection solution they had a stable, flexible, expandable and easy-to-learn/easy-to-use system with which they could move confidently into the future.



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