Daifuku, the world’s largest material handling company, utilizes “Citizen Automation” to manage their massive supply chain within the Robotics division resulting in $100k+ savings to the business. Quickbase, a no code platform for operational agility, is the technology they use to support citizen automation in their business.
Prior to Quickbase, they were tracking 3,000 parts in their supply chain in spreadsheets - it was not efficient and there was no collaboration. Now, they've created an entire MRP in Quickbase to ensure their entire supply chain was being tracked, from the point of his engineers creating a bill of material, all the way through the purchasing cycle, and assembly cycle. Everything within the Robotics division is fully customized so having an agile and flexible solution was essential. All of this was developed to create a better sense of what was being ordered, received, built, and shipped from their facility. This allowed the team full visibility and reporting of our purchasing and manufacturing processes.
Now, the company is planning to scale that application up for the entire organization so they can keep track of everything that's coming through the supply chain.
Hear from Giovanni Stone, VP advanced automation executive of Daifuku’s American subsidiary Wynright Corporation, who will be joined by Quickbase CPTO, Jay Jamison to talk about how the growing practice of citizen automation and development does not need to be ‘shadow IT’ but a practice that strengthens the relationship between the business and core IT around digital transformation.