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“With Andonix Smart Work Station we’ve redeployed complex processes as simple operations that anyone can execute, making paper checklists a thing of the past.”
Yard Management Manager, FCA
“Smart Work Station is a perfectly customized solution for us. We were able to move from a very manual process to a user-friendly, automated solution, allowing us to stop using paper and reduce waste.”
Lean Manufacturing Manager, Kiekert
“Smart Work Station allows us to connect people so they can ask easily access eTraining materials, enhance job pairings, and ask for help when they have exceptions or problems from anywhere in the organization. Our electronic work instructions are much more efficient now to match cycle times.”
Director of Operations, PTI
“We now have the ability to include specific questions in our digital checklists, trace them by bill of lading number and make live updates to instructions to keep things moving as efficiently as possible. This has helped eliminate shipping errors and enhance transparency”
Chief Financial Officer, Fortech
The Andonix VisionAt Andonix, we used our experience in the factories of Detroit to create the most advanced, flexible and accessible SaaS platform on the market. We want to give “Power the People,” to unleash human potential in today’s teams as they pursue gains in lean manufacturing or gear up for Industry 4.0. View Features
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