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ADA deploys Promapp's cloud-based management suite
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Feb '17
Courtesy: Australia Defence Apparel
Courtesy: Australia Defence Apparel
Australian Defence Apparel (ADA), Australian supplier of innovative design, complex apparel, and inventory management services into government and large corporate organisations, has started implementation of leading business software developer, Promapp’s cloud-based business process management software to drive process efficiency throughout the organisation.

ADA was increasingly working with multiple applications to map everyday business processes which were unwieldy to manage, store and update.

These applications included a variety of Visio, Word, Excel, and PDF files which not only required specific skill sets to operate but lacked the capacity to drive cross business collaboration. They required separate licenses to operate and naming conventions and version control were unstructured which also dented productivity.

Following a market review in conjunction with one of its IT partners, Carrot Solutions, ADA selected Promapp cloud-based business process management software based on several key factors including its rich functionality, strong governance, and collaborative functionality.

Promapp helps organisations build, improve, and share their process knowledge from a central online repository. It drives process improvement by simplifying process mapping, so that teams can own and improve their own processes. It will specifically enable ADA to map, review, and improve processes on an ongoing basis, providing a faster, smarter way to deliver a range of appropriate and well-planned services to clients wherever they may be located.

The business solution will be deployed within the organisation’s design, contract management, customer service, operations, finance and IT teams as well as a team working on its in-house rapid prototyping capability and manufacturing capacity.

Promapp will also support processes managing research and development, design, innovation, sampling, sourcing, manufacture, ordering, inventory management, warehousing, dispatch, and reporting.

Aaron Cousins, IT Manager at ADA said, “The fact that Promapp is SaaS-based also provides us with an opportunity to reduce the burden on our own IT infrastructure while its workflow and collaboration features will support all company processes from supply chain, warehousing and distribution to manufacturing and finance. Although we’re already very mature, in that we have well documented processes, Promapp will add value in supporting the management of the content in those processes. Staff will now be able to suggest process updates and quickly implement improvements, boosting overall efficiency and productivity.”

“ADA embeds the conditions for innovation through our culture. Every staff member has a responsibility and is empowered to contribute to the ideas, research, and exploration that are a part of the everyday business environment. Promapp will play a critical role in supporting our emphasis on ideas and innovation,” adds Cousins. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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