Barcoding, Inc. Launches Supply Chain Architecture Practice

The new offering is a dedicated practice for the identification, formulation, and management of perfect order fulfillment processes.

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BALTIMORE — Barcoding, Inc., a provider of supply chain efficiency, accuracy, and connectivity, has launched Supply Chain Architecture by Barcoding, a dedicated practice for the identification, formulation, and management of perfect order fulfillment processes. Led by experts who take a holistic approach with methodologies like Lean, Six Sigma, Agile, and Kaizen, Supply Chain Architecture by Barcoding uses proven strategies to identify and then eliminate waste in the supply chain in order to increase revenue, decrease operational costs, and improve overall customer experience with efficiency, accuracy, and connectivity.

Supply Chain Architecture by Barcoding follows a systematic approach, typically starting with a complete operational assessment of the client’s current supply chain processes to determine potential improvement opportunities. For example, Barcoding may assess functions and areas like facility layout, performance tracking, management skills, and technology effectiveness. Alternatively, Barcoding can begin with a “deep dive” and review a specific area the client wants. Ensuring that all people, processes, and technology are aligned, Barcoding uses a combination of lean methodologies to form a roadmap detailing the recommended execution strategy for helping the client overcome existing challenges. Then, Barcoding is able to guide the client towards the appropriate solution, or blend of solutions, to position itself for long-term success.

“When it comes to issues within the supply chain, most organizations are reactive, rather than proactive,” said Chase Sowden, supply chain architect, Barcoding, Inc. “But, to remain competitive, companies must constantly ask themselves, ‘How well are we really doing?’ Supply Chain Architecture by Barcoding is designed to help answer this question– we are enabling clients to drive continuous improvement by providing them with a holistic view of their supply chains and identifying ways to make people, processes, and technology more efficient, accurate, and connected.”

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