Optimising your Return on Investment.
Our forté is blending the right mix of software, hardware, and materials handling equipment to give you the best return on your investment dollar.
We look at how you work, what you want to achieve, and then design a solution to optimise your return on investment.
It's by understanding your business that we can improve your business.
Over the years we've developed a consultative framework proven to be successful in more than 30 local installations.
Our Consultants analysis provides a structured way of ‘running a tape measure’ over your operation. It breaks down tasks and processes to a common denominator.
This enables us to measure and compare your operation with various processes and material handling equipment to find the optimal solution.
And if we can’t find the right match, we’ll use good old Kiwi ingenuity and either adapt the software, or build materials handling equipment to suit.
From data analysis and schematic diagrams we work up three conceptual designs: one key concept design which appears to be the best fit, plus one either side for comparison and as a check that we are on the right track.
Stepping through real-life scenarios further refines the final concept design.
Once everyone involved in the project is satisfied, the design is handed over to engineers and technical people.
They turn the concept into a full functional system specification encompassing software, hardware, and materials handling equipment.
Tenders are called for to complete costs for any components we are unable to source and, once all costs are known, a final check is made to ensure we are on track to meet the projected ROI.
Unlike many IT related projects, implementing an operational system requires greater skills, spans multiple disciplines, and must balance many demands.
Many logistics projects fail through incorrect alignment between implementation methodology and the operations’ culture.
Attempts to reach the end goal too quickly can result in the very staff whose life you intend to improve, being lost along the way.
At the same time as implementing a new system you must keep the existing operation going.
Having been right there on the ground floor during many an implementation, the team at Interlogic understands the pressures.
Over the years we’ve developed ways to approach and manage projects that minimise the pain of implementation.
The key is an understanding of the complexities and a preparedness to be flexible to avoid the ‘Murphy’ factor.