Proligent® |

By: Averna  09-12-2011
Keywords: supply chain

Proligent® |

With increased product complexity and distributed manufacturing conditions, supply chain challenges have emerged as one of the most serious pain points for manufacturers and their customers worldwide. A flaw, no matter how small, can damage the reputation, competitiveness and profitability of every company involved in the design, manufacturing, assembly and sale of a product that is inferior in quality.

Proligent® is uniquely designed to help Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) address multiple supply chain challenges by improving productivity and product quality.

Proligent offers a toolset that helps key stakeholders analyze, respond to and manage the problems, as well as identify the opportunities, in an ever-changing ecosystem of supply chain partners.

Key Benefits

Proligent offers a variety of modular services that can benefit your business by making it possible to:

  • Improve manufacturing efficiency, reduce operating costs and increase profit margins
  • Improve time-to-delivery and time-to-market by simplifying management processes
  • Achieve superior quality by increasing reaction times and reducing errors and RMAs
  • Increase visibility into every step of the supply chain
  • Scale rapidly to meet shifting market demands

Keywords: supply chain

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Specific functionality and feature sets within each of the four main services areas can be selected to build fully customized configurations. Although businesses may share similar challenges, supply chain ecosystems can vary significantly from one company to another. The need to create multiple supply chain configurations may exist based on the particular needs of a given product.