Datacraft Solutions Named to Start-it 125 Top Influencers

By: Thomas Cutler

Datacraft Solutions, (www.datacraftsolutions.com) the leading demand driven supply chain system best known for digital kanban, made its first appearance on START-IT's annual list of the 125 most influential manufacturing technology providers in the world. The award is the latest in a series of technology and business honors, recognizing Datacraft Solutions' innovative approach for overcoming the challenges of doing business in today's global, and partner-based manufacturing model.
"This year's list reflects the power of technology to better the business of manufacturing," noted John Buell, editor-in-chief of START-IT.
Stephen Parker, CEO of Datacraft Solutions proudly noted, "It is an honor to be recognized by START-IT.

We deliver a revolutionary digital kanban process of automation solutions to lean manufacturers through a secure Internet gateway, eliminating the need to install and maintain a complex IT infrastructure". Companies that make the START-IT 125 list are considered leaders in their field and this recognition directs customers to a starting point for technology solutions. Finding the right partner, with the right solution, at the right time and at a value-based price is rarely an easy task, but Data craft's subscription based pay-as-you-go solution model addresses this challenge.

The company has experienced significant growth in the past twelve months by eliminating complicated, expensive, time-intensive software implementations as well as extensive training regiments and the need for internal support. The Datacraft Solutions' replenishment supply chain digital kanban lean system allows customers access and fully utilize powerful lean benefits immediately for a low, predictable monthly fee. Services are scalable so manufacturers can design an appropriate digital kanban solution.

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