A software company is drawing on more than 20 years’ product development to offer manufacturers a “transformative” customisable product they can use to automate processes, analyse data, improve collaboration and manage workflow.
Excelpoint has a readily available software solution to simplify end-to-end business processes that can be customised to a particular organisation within days and weeks, rather than months and years.
Using its unique software product, Excelpoint is enabling manufacturers to tap into a world of opportunities to reduce costs, create efficiencies and save time by building systems that allow workers to focus on highvalue activities rather than getting caught up in time-consuming manual, paper, and spreadsheet-based processes.
“Everyone at the moment is talking about the digital revolution, becoming more efficient, automating their processes – and that’s exactly what we do,” says CCO Mark Henderson.
“We do it slightly differently, as we don’t have to write a single line of code to enable our offering to become bespoke to an organisation – and when you consider writing code can mean that it takes months to develop a solution, by which time the requirements might have changed, this gives us and the clients we work with a significant advantage.”
Excelpoint takes its software product and shows individual manufacturers how they can manipulate and use it for their needs.
“It’s a quite groundbreaking technology. full of functionality and depth, and can deliver on whatever requirements an organisation has,” Mark says.
“We work across sectors including manufacturing, industrial services, recruitment, government, and the energy sector, but we are seeing a surge in manufacturers looking to enjoy the benefits of digital transformation using no-code.
“It doesn’t really matter what industry you’re in, everyone has a process to follow.”
A team of developers has created Excelpoint no-code technology over more than 20 years – and it is continuously improving and evolving.
Recent uses of the technology have seen a leading packaging manufacturer digitalise its inspection management and quality control processes, for faster communication, waste minimisation and continued growth.
It has also helped a global brand supplying industry, marine and offshore, and the construction sector to automate and accelerate work request approvals, same-day proposal submission, project tracking and reporting, and field-based access within just six months of working with the company.
In another example, Excelpoint no-code technology was used to move a specialist in energy and water efficiency’s field-based engineers to a digital solution in just six weeks – replacing a bespoke project that following two years of development, had met only the basic requirements.
Excelpoint’s software has also revolutionised a core waste treatment facility operating in a highly-regulated industry, creating efficiencies and replacing a paper-based process of 180 sheets of paper per container with just one sheet.
Excelpoint prides itself on the long-term relationships it builds with its customers, adopting a partnership approach, whereby a solution is developed and rolled out across the business and aftercare and ongoing support is also delivered.
It’s a solution that benefits businesses of all sizes, from SMEs to large corporates.
“We work with our customers to find out what their major challenges are – where the fires are burning – and that’s where we start,” Mark says.
“We automate and streamline their processes from there, integrating solutions across sales management, stock ordering, operations, waste management, scheduling and planning, purchasing, QHSE, and HR for example.
“We look at how they can all communicate together and create efficiencies – we can build customers whatever they want using our software to address whatever challenges they are facing.
“What we offer is a complete end-to-end solution as we’ve already built a system that will allow them to do what they want with it.
“If you want your business to become more efficient and more agile, we can help.”