How to step into “Just-in-time” technology — without changing a thing

by · May 3, 2019

Is that even possible?

Toyota, GM and the other big car makers have mandated “Just-in-time” (JIT) technology for all of their suppliers — and you’re one of them.

They’re not telling you how to do this. They’re not giving you any additional resources to do this. They’re just telling you to do it — and do it fast.

So how are you going to move from mainframe legacy systems to cloud-based platforms that are nimble, scalable and flexible?

Or the bigger question — how are you going to do this in a way that is cheap, doesn’t disrupt the flow of your factory and won’t require retraining for all your workers who have been doing the same thing the same way for years?

To say you’re in a difficult and stressful situation is a huge understatement. Especially because your workers depend on your leadership and reassurance that everything will be okay and the factory is in good hands.  The last thing you want is for them to feel threatened and fearful for the future.

Fortunately for you — and all your workers on the floor — there’s a brand new wave of American ingenuity and innovation here to save the day — and your factory!

HULFT, a comprehensive data logistics platform, is leading that wave.  By building simple, adaptive and cost-effective software, we’re bridging the gap between where data is and where it needs to be.

This approach breathes new life into old technology and helps factories — like your own — step competitively into the future.

So instead of spending millions in replacing old mainframe systems to incorporate JIT technology, book a quick call with HULFT, so you can repurpose and renew them fast, cheap and without changing a thing.

We’ll know in short time if we can help or not, and if we can’t, we’ll point you to someone who can.

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