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Digitising your SME manufacturing business - lessons learned (Flint Subsea/ Denatec / Flowlens webinar)

Digitising your SME manufacturing business - lessons learned (Flint Subsea/ Denatec / Flowlens webinar)

13 January 2022
Venue: Webinar (11:00 - 12:00)

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Thursday 13th January 2021
11am - 12pm GMT

Denatec share their story about the process, pitfalls and benefits they have experienced whilst digitising their end to end customer journeys.

Many SMEs find themselves at a point where their existing manual business processes have become barriers to growth. Demonstrating scalable, consistent quality and control systems is a must for manufacturers working in the sector, and both Denatec and Flint Subsea are no different. 

Faced with the choice of hiring more administrators and consultants, building bespoke systems or adopting off the shelf cloud MRP and CRM software, both businesses chose the latter.

The result is a leaner, more scalable and fully transparent business and quality management system. Always audit ready, and with access to real-time asset traceability and performance data, both Flint Subsea and Denatec have won new Tier 1 customers and are experiencing significant growth.

In the webinar Gareth and Nathan will describe:
essential steps in deciding what system you need
planning and implementing the change of systems
tweaking processes to suit the chosen system (Flowlens)
Integrating cloud accounts software for seamless data transfer 
why bespoke software wasn’t necessary 
benefits of being ‘always audit ready’ for ISO and customer audits
why getting your team on board with the change is the secret to success

Essential viewing for any SME considering taking the next steps into cloud software and operational excellence.

Gareth Black - Technical Director, Flint Subsea
Nathan Peel - Director of Engineering, Denatec
Rich Dale - CEO, Flowlens


This event is free to attend. To register, please click here.


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