iTransform is your

fast track

to Zero waste

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Some causes of waste are obvious— overproduction, defects, and spoilage, for starters.

But what about hidden kinds of waste that could also be harming your bottom line: process outputs you could be recycling or selling, time your team spends searching for information or tools, and resources required to recruit and train new workers due to employee turnover?

Can you count all the ways waste is costing you?

Zero waste may sound like a fantasy for the distant future, but it’s truly possible. Now.

Today’s technology already allows us to harness the power of data and eliminate excess throughout the production process.

By coordinating systems and scheduling, you really can live the zero-waste dream: no more output that isn’t product or isn’t saleable. Only value-in and value-out.

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paves the way

Digital Roadmap

You’ve probably heard the buzz about “smart manufacturing” and “Industry 4.0.” And some of that hype may give you the impression that zero waste requires a huge up-front investment in sensors, robots, and data-crunching software.

That’s the Hollywood version

of how zero waste happens.

The iTransform Digital Roadmap gives you a detailed plan for taking your business from wasteful to waste-free. It guides you step by step through the process of evolving your company into a digitally integrated business, more efficient and competitive than you ever thought possible.

With a Digital Roadmap, you start with small projects that make a big impact and reap a quick return on investment. As you gain cost savings, you can invest those into larger and larger projects, creating a chain of success that may one day lead to those shiny sensors and robots.

The Digital Roadmap is going to help us more precisely anticipate demands and operate more smoothly. We now have a clear path forward so we can focus our attention on the right areas.

Stephen Dixon, Grimross Brewery

How

works

Digital Roadmap

The process of producing a Roadmap starts with a deep dive into design thinking. You and your team will evaluate the key values and goals that form the core of your business—the things that really matter. Then, you’ll use that framework to evaluate and reformulate your strategic priorities, considering all aspects of the business.

Your input

  • You and your team attend a one-day design thinking session to identify critical business issues and strategic goals
  • You and your team provide access to relevant data from across the company.

Digital Roadmap

  • Comprehensive view of your business goals and strengths
  • Opportunities ripe for digital solutions
  • Step-by-step process for implementing a series of strategic digital initiatives
  • Budget and effort required for each initiative
  • Metrics for measuring progress

Competitive advantage

  • Fast-track your way to operational efficiency
  • Cut cost and increase profits
  • Target and measure KPIs and ROI
  • Create a clear vision your whole team can follow
  • Generate sustainable innovation: Start with quick wins that deliver cost savings to finance larger projects

We understand how tough it is to sort the hype from practical solutions you can start implementing today. That’s why we’ve created The Beginner’s Guide to Digital Transformation. It’s an easy read, and it will open your eyes to realistic possibilities for your business.

Find out more about how zero waste really works

 

Of course, we’re also available to answer your questions by email. We’d love to learn more about your business and how we can help launch your business on the journey to zero waste.