InfinityQS listed in 2016 market guide for supply chain visibility software
The company provides end-to...
InfinityQS has been announced as a representative vendor in Gartner's Market Guide for Supply Chain Visibility report.
The company provides end-to-end visibility of manufacturing operations and is a global authority on the subject, maintaining a heavy focus on continuous improvement, allowing it a competitive edge.
According to the report: “Supply chain leaders can use supply chain visibility (SCV) software to improve the operational and financial performance of complex, global value networks. When supply chain business partners at all tiers of the value network, upstream and downstream, can sense and respond to changes in a timely manner, they are better equipped to collaborate on shared goals of improving operational efficiency, reducing risk, or profitably responding to supply chain opportunities and disruptions.”
In today’s competitive manufacturing industry, with production facilities and supply chains becoming more complex, manufacturers and their global supply chain partners are turning to technology for business differentiation. InfinityQS provides enterprise-wide visibility – from suppliers to consumers – through data collection and analysis. Centralised, this data generates real-time and aggregate manufacturing intelligence and business insight to streamline and transform global manufacturing operations.
Michael Lyle, President and CEO of InfinityQS, said: “True quality no longer comes from simply monitoring manufacturing processes on the plant floor. With growing and diverse supply chains, manufacturers need to view enterprise-wide performance in order to understand where improvements can be made across the entire value chain. This makes suppliers, vendors, and other partners an extension of the enterprise. Sharing this responsibility encourages suppliers and manufacturers to collaborate on ways to ensure consumers receive high-quality, safe products that generate the greatest margins for every organisation involved.”