Durham, NC, August 13, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Spring 2008 was a busy time for the employees of Durham, North Carolina-based Datacraft Solutions. The second quarterly newsletter about Demand Driven Supply Chain and e-kanban has been published by Datacraft Solutions. Some of the employee news includes:
Stephen T. Parker (Chairman & CEO) has been appointed to the Algona, Iowa-based Hydrogen Engine Center, Inc., board of directors. HEC is a developer and manufacturer of hydrogen engines and other alternative fuel combustion engines, engine controls and generator systems.
Timothy Briggs (Chief Operating & Financial Officer) presented a seminar for the Triangle chapter of APICS (The Association for Operations Management) on May 13 called “Next Generation Supply Chain: Staying Competitive in the Global Marketplace.”
Preston Blevins (Client Manager), CFPIM, FBPICS, CIRM, CSCP, presented an APICS (The Association for Operations Management) webinar on May 28, 2008 on the food safety component of the Bioterrorism Act, and how to leverage MRP and Kanban for quality control.
Parker encouraged those interested in e-kanban and demand driven supply chain issues to receive the newsletter by contacting Sonja Foust at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Datacraft Solutions (www.datacraftsolutions.com) delivers a revolutionary digital kanban process of automation solutions to lean manufacturers through a secure Internet gateway, eliminating the need to install and maintain a complex IT infrastructure. The company has experienced significant growth in the past two years by eliminating complicated, expensive, time-intensive software implementations as well as extensive training regimens and the need for internal support. Datacraft Solutions’ replenishment supply chain digital kanban system (Signum) allows customers to access and utilize powerful lean benefits immediately for a low, predictable monthly fee. Services are scalable so manufacturers can design an appropriate digital kanban solution.