Indiana Furniture implements new operating systemAugust 11, 2014
From local sources
JASPER — With a company philosophy focused on flexibility and reliability, Indiana Furniture has implemented a new manufacturing operations management system.
MOM software integrates all facets of the business operations from product design, order processing, manufacturing and billing. Indiana Furniture paired with 2020 for the project.
2020 Insight was developed specifically for furniture manufacturers and delivers a comprehensive operations management platform to create a seamless flow of information from the sales order to the installation.
“Implementing a management platform doesn’t happen overnight,” said Bret Ackerman, Indiana Furniture president and CEO. “We started at the beginning with the order entry process and moved methodically through our operations, bringing other departments online one at a time to ensure a smooth, invisible transition to the new system for our customers.”
The company also appointed Joe Randolf as product development manager.
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