Let’s be real, the Earth deserves more than a single day. As businesses, our dedication to sustainability 24/7 is a vital key in the preservation of our planet as we know it. To honor Earth Day, we here at LeanDNA are thinking about ways manufacturers can improve sustainable supply chain practices, as well as how we can do our part.
Customer Success Teams Recognized for Providing Continuous Value to Help Manufacturers Fill the Factory Management Technology Gap
AUSTIN, Texas – April 20, 2021 – LeanDNA, the only provider of factory-focused inventory optimization solutions, announced today that they have been recognized as a 2021 Excellence in Customer Service Award winner in the Technology of the Year category presented by Business Intelligence Group.
As Women’s History Month comes to an end, we’re taking a moment to honor the female voices of LeanDNA.
Factory-focused Inventory Optimization Provider Forges Ahead on Commitment to Growth and Product Innovation
AUSTIN, Texas – March 11, 2021 – LeanDNA, the only provider of factory-focused inventory optimization solutions, announced today it ranked No. 57 on the 2021 Inc. 5000 Series: Texas list of the fastest-growing private companies. Born of the annual Inc. 5000 franchise, this regional list spotlights the most successful small businesses within the exploding Texas economy.
30-year industry veteran recognized for empowering supply chain teams with best practices and technology that drive efficiency and continuous value
AUSTIN, Texas – March 11, 2021 – LeanDNA, the only provider of factory-focused inventory optimization solutions, announced today its Founder and CEO Richard Lebovitz has been named the 2021 Pro to Know of the Year by Supply & Demand Chain Executive. The accolade recognizes Lebovitz for his commitment to aiding supply chain professionals and procurement teams with tools that make their jobs easier and enable them to create new value and efficiencies within their organizations.
Almost 36 percent of supply chain leaders during our recent factory operations webinar with IndustryWeek said digital transformation in the factory means “standardizing and automating manual processes.” Frankly, I couldn’t agree more.
Whether it’s upgrading the factory floor with robotic assembly technology, providing wearable information technology to workers, or proactively predicting inventory needs with artificial intelligence solutions—standardization and automation are a top priority.