A significant point of difference about WorkFlow is in the approach to providing business solutions.
There is a clear focus on sustained improvement in productivity rather than simply providing "ledgers."
WorkFlow is designed around PDSA and ISO 9000 procedures & compliance standards that is a recognized Business Engineering Technology defined as “business process management”. WorkFlow provides techniques in improving your systems, methods and procedures as a proven and effective tool in delivering improved productivity through the identification and implementation of best business practice.
WorkFlow Consultants will evaluate how work is currently done and will map the way your work tasks should be done to achieve the greatest efficiency.
Features of WorkFlow Best Practices:
There are significant cost savings utilizing WorkFlow professional services through improved identification of resource requirements and utilization of labor.
There is less training (and re-training) required as the desired procedure is mapped into a documented unit operating procedure. An integrated business process allows the information to move through the organization, without an employee necessarily having to understand the entire reasons for what is involved. They just need to understand their role.
With WorkFlow shop floor expertise, the tasks, the operations and processes are mapped into a UOP guiding each employee through their tasks seamlessly, which means that nothing is lost or forgotten along the way. The process is always completed because the necessary activities are all tied into their relevant tasks. In addition there are the benefits derived from better control of the work, saving of management time and improved productivity of the staff.
With improved processes and procedures in place there is far greater scope for management to determine and address priorities. This assists job allocation and supervision.
In striving for efficiency a work process should always be under review. This has the potential of the greatest improvements in the way we work. Sometimes the changes are dramatic and in other instances they may be small but the cheapest improvement to the “bottom line” will come from better utilization of resources
This analysis of the WorkFlow process is called the Solution Document. It is the planning and consultation phase of the implementation process. In conjunction with the key client resources, the major operational tasks are identified and documented. Based on the key objectives of the tasks undertaken, the best business practice is identified and the processes and procedures necessary to deliver the most productive result are detailed. Once this process is completed, the client and WorkFlow will agree on exactly what services and functionality is required to be purchased and delivered.
ORDER FULFILLMENT GROUP
ADS LOGISTICSSt. Louis, Mo. UNIT PROCEDURE
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Repack / Relabel
NUMBER: UOP 1.01.01;0
EDITION: December 2004
REVISIONS TO SUPERSEDED DOCUMENTS:
A method to insure good manufacturing practices (GMP) in removing finished goods inventory from a prime storage pick/pack location.
This UOP defines the process of preparing and validating a product for disposition.