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While there’s recently been a proliferation of business communication platforms – such as Slack, Hike and Flock – these tools can’t handle the complex communication needs of manufacturing or supply chain businesses.
More than 90% of the manufacturing and engineering companies we interviewed at Unifize were using Peer-to-Peer (P2P) communication tools like Whatsapp or iMessage for internal and/or external company communication. However, these companies still report endless communication problems. We take a closer look at how and why they fail to solve communication problems in these companies.
Startups and software engineers have hijacked Lean principles from manufacturing and engineering and swamped them with their own esoteric terminology.
However, maybe there is something for manufacturers and non-software engineering teams to learn from them about their own Product-Market Fit?
How we discovered that communication is a global problem for manufacturing and engineering businesses
Follow us on our startup journey at Unifize as we took Steve Blank’s advice to ‘get out of the building’ to the next level…in Vegas…
Find out why most manufacturing and engineering companies around the world want to reduce their product development and engineering cycle times, but are unable to do so.
The Lean movement was started by manufacturing companies in Japan as a way to improve efficiency, flexibility, quality, and cost. But what about engineering processes?
At Unifize, we initially found it hard to articulate the problem we were trying to solve. Thankfully, we learnt that customers are always willing to help out, even if they don’t realise it!