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Learn how The Will-Burt Company, a 100-year-old manufacturer based in Ohio, has been able to reduce process cycle times by 75% in less than 30 days.
For quality & operations leaders at manufacturing companies: How to implement software in less than a day
For quality & operations leaders at manufacturing companies: How to implement software in less than a day AND save up to $185,000 in consulting fees, expensive customization, pointless training, financial risk, administrative overheads, and IT expenses (along with pain and suffering…)
Learn how Prestige was able to reduce response times on customer issues and complaints by 90%, increase feedback from the market on product releases by 500%, and reduce coordination time by 60% in their 400 person sales team by using Unifize.
Learn how TD Power Systems was able to start using Unifize for field service and, within a few months, expanded to use it for quality, sales, installation and engineering, ultimately reducing coordination time by up to 4 hours a day for these teams.
Learn how LaundryTec was able to start using Unifize within an hour to build visibility and eliminate wasted time and errors in managing their sales, service, and preventive maintenance activities.
Learn how The Will-Burt Company was able to create a culture of continuous improvement and reduce quality process cycle times by 75% in less than 30 days by using Unifize.
Learn how managers of product design or engineering teams at manufacturing companies can reduce cycle times by up to 75% in less than 30 days by implementing closed-loop, objective-driven conversations.
Many industries are implementing work-from-home policies. However, manufacturers face some fundamental challenges that make it difficult for them to follow suit. Learn how manufacturers can, in fact, embrace remote work and mitigate some of the risk of COVID-19 to their business.
Learn how managers of sales teams at companies that manufacture customized products can enable remote work and increase accountability, improve visibility and boost overall efficiency by reducing unnecessary internal emails & meetings by up to 90%.
Learn how you can increase accountability, improve visibility and boost the efficiency of your quality management system in just a few hours by enabling better collaboration around processes, without disrupting existing systems.
While there’s recently been a proliferation of business communication platforms – such as Slack and Microsoft Teams – these tools can’t handle the collaborative needs of manufacturing companies.
More than 90% of the 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 the manufacturing industry 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?
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 it’s really hard to reduce product development and engineering cycle times.
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!
Meet our team
We've built Unifize from the ground up to solve problems that we faced while managing various manufacturing & engineering companies around the world.