As a tech company, we are constantly seeking out new or improved ways to increase our processes to deliver quality test equipment to our customers as quickly as possible. Below are the two most important continuous improvements we focus on as an engineering company.
Implementing New Tech
One of the ways we work to keep improving as a business is to seek out new technology. We are constantly on the lookout for new and interesting technologies that can help us perform our jobs more efficiently. In the past few years we have updated our MRP system to allow for better inventory management and allow for more real time tracking of projects. Using this data we are able to analyze projects and determine how we can help our team to improve on future or similar builds.
We are also always in the process of creating additional process automation. Our goal is to develop and implement tools that serve to improve our efficiency, accuracy, and communication both internally and externally.
Implementing new technology has helped Ball Systems improve our process, but we also revise and hone our current procedures to ensure we are working towards the highest quality product as quickly as possible. We scrutinize and examine processes to determine if there are chances for us to fail or have confusion and work to eliminate them as a team. This process is an ongoing effort that everyone at Ball Systems takes part in.
In addition to updating processes continuously, we also make sure to document build notes and important information for each project to help leverage this information for future builds. This helps to ensure that whoever is working on a project has all the tools they need to get the job done right and out on time.
As times change, we at Ball Systems are continuously working to stay efficient and keep ourselves at the forefront of the test. Check out our latest case study about testers we designed and built for new technology in the HEV industry.
Ball Systems designs, develops, and delivers custom test systems and produces comprehensive build-to-print systems for companies creating or manufacturing critical electronic or electro-mechanical components for automotive, aerospace and defense and consumer appliance applications.