Adaptability has long been a feature of thriving businesses and industries. Add in the impacts of a global pandemic, and now companies are being forced to adapt in ways they never imagined. Enter Plex Systems, a company that has not only been able to meet the changing demands of its own market but has also provided solutions that have helped its customers to do the same. CEO Bill Berutti chats with us about how Plex’s solutions use inventory, human capital, and process flow information, along with analytics and automation, to address inefficiencies in the manufacturing industry.
Plex Systems offers a cloud-based, single instance, multi-tenant solution to manufacturing companies. The company boasts success stories across manufacturing verticals and the results speak for themselves, as their customers turn their inventories two and a half times faster, have a significantly lower cost of quality, and have between 15% and 25% more productive output than their competitors. Bill also speaks to the ways in which Plex’s diverse customers have been able to use Plex’s systems to facilitate changes in response to COVID-19, such as a shift to producing PPE or enabling employees to work remotely.
Throughout his career, Bill has worked to help companies navigate complex transitions. Bill shares how he has used this experience to help Plex position itself to meet the increasing demand for smart, cloud-based manufacturing solutions—in a market where many large manufacturers are accustomed to building solutions themselves. Bill’s observations highlight the importance of adaptability and efficiency in the manufacturing environment and demonstrate how Plex has used this model to maintain an 11-year track record of double-digit organic growth.
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