Tagged: digital transformation

Elematic Oyj is digitalizing their supply chain operations

  Elematic Oyj is a leading one-stop-supplier for precast concrete technology. Their customers are in the business of manufacturing precast floors, walls, frames and foundations – or even all of them. Elematic provides the widest portfolio of precast manufacturing solutions worldwide. The company was founded in 1959 and has made...

ARNON integrates SAP with Jakamo

  ARNON is a provider of industrial electrification and automation for customers – machine, equipment and system providers in the marine, mining and renewables energy industries. Company has six sites located in Nordics and Poland and is now aiming for a leap in procurement performance. Using Jakamo’s standard order...

Stera Technologies improves transparency in the supply chain

  Stera Technologies is an international mechanics and electronics contract-manufacturer. Stera Group employs over 800 professionals on their six factories in Finland and Estonia. The company is known as a modern player using the latest technology in their production. Stera Technologies offers customized contract manufacturing for mechanics, electronics and...

Raumaster makes a holistic leap in supply chain digitalization

  Raumaster is a renowned supplier of advanced material handling systems and equipment for wood processing and energy industries. Today company is regarded as a global leader in its line of business. Raumaster employs over 300 professionals and their turnover is around 150 million euros. Raumaster wanted to make a...

Supply Chain Leaders in the Future

Deloitte published an interesting survey study (2019) which proves that organization with superior supply chain capabilities performs significantly better on both revenue growth and EBIT measures when compared to the industry average.     The results are outstanding: 79 % of organisations with superior supply chain capabilities achieve revenue...

Designing the Digital Supply Chain

    The latest organization research has recognized the role of digital organization design as a crucial part of strategic management. In management literature, connectivity may be seen as an existing capability for at least two decades. But when the software started to move into the cloud the design...

Leif Bohlin Joins Jakamo’s Board of Directors

Leif Bohlin, CEO at Unifaun, has joined Jakamo’s board of directors. He has spent his whole career within the field of supply chain both in the manufacturing and consultancy industry. For the last 20 years, he has been providing SaaS-solutions for the supply chain. “We need to understand that...

Beyond the digital supply chain

We had a great privilege to arrange the third Friction Free Roundtable Meetup this time together with Alfa Laval at the city of Lund in Sweden. The Friction Free Roundtable is a forum facilitated by Jakamo where supply chain executives and leaders from the manufacturing ecosystem meet peers to share new ideas, visions, concepts and ways of...

Digital Transformation – What actually is changing?

Digital transformation has become nearly an obsession during the latest years and every company would like to become digital – also in the manufacturing industry. But what we mean when we talk about digital transformation? Here is our short definition, and an explanation of what actually is changing. Digitization...

Complex problems needs co-design with customers

Timo Rossi is leading the user-centric strategic design operations at Jakamo. He is a sustainable development-oriented design & business strategist, patent-awarded innovator and interdisciplinary designer specialized in product & service design, concepts, business models and value chains. “When you are solving a very complex supply chain information sharing and collaboration...

Time is our new currency

Tick tack tick tack… faster, faster, faster! Time has become our most important resource in everyday working life. How do you spend your hours? How does your team spend their time? Are all working routines, especially for white-collar workers, designed to create value for the customers? Or are some...