Matrix Systems announces company-wide Lean process implementation
Matrix Systems has announced plans to implement new strategies to increase efficiency in manufacturing and R&D, and to further improve customer service, with the incorporation of Lean processes throughout its business structure.
June 24, 2013 By Rob Colman
Matrix Systems launched the Lean initiative with a company-wide training that included all employees both local and remote followed immediately by a Value Stream Mapping exercise to improve customer proposal accuracy and lead time. The Lean process is being applied to data sharing and work flows throughout the sales, finance and manufacturing divisions within the Matrix organization.
The company plans to move forward with the following programs to meet current and future growth objectives:
– Develop a Lean transformation plan
– Apply the basic Lean tool kit including fundamentals based on the Toyota Production System
– Cultivate tools and techniques to sustain critical performance metrics
– Implement advanced training
– Complete a performance evaluation of skill sets
“Our goal is to continue to put our customers first and to improve quality, efficiency and value by using Lean as the foundation for the company,” said Holly Tsourides, CEO, Matrix Systems. “The various Lean methods will touch every aspect of our business to improve responsiveness and increase throughput while the overall strategy will spearhead development of a set of common tools and language to successfully accomplish our growth objectives.”
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