NORCROSS, Ga., Aug. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- BravePoint ®, Inc., a leading provider of Business Intelligence (BI) and data warehousing solutions, today announced that the Sioux Falls Label facilities of CCL Industries, Inc. (CCL Label) is using the recently launched MFG360™ analytics program to consolidate data and open new access to information that was previously unknown to users or difficult to access. The system is being used to harness sales, material, manufacturing and inventory data so that faster, more educated decisions can be made about company operations.
"Like all manufacturers, CCL Label is always focused on operating at maximum efficiency with minimum waste," comments Paul Hoffman, Manager of Information System Development. "We have a lot of supply chain, manufacturing and sales data with multiple remote locations so it makes sense to channel this data into an enhanced reporting management tool. We're so pleased with the results so far, and we're already beginning to set an example for sister facilities of CCL Label for a new standard of reporting. MFG360 is helping us turn data into information that enables insight and delivers business intelligence."
Generating huge amounts of valuable data, CCL Label can now analyze all operational data within the MFG360 solution ensuring processes, materials, and end products are being delivered as efficiently as possible and time and target criteria required by each customer is fulfilled. Previously having to dedicate significant man-hours retrieving insight from a number of databases, CCL Label Sioux Falls now has the ability to access a full view of over 40 key performance indicators (KPI) and operational metrics in one easily accessible, central location.
"We are pleased that we were able to implement our MFG360 solution for CCL in a very short time frame," states Mike Marriage, Director of Business Intelligence at BravePoint and Chief Architect for MFG360. "Companies are realizing that data is a major corporate asset and MFG360 helps turn that data into actionable information."