Inpro Chooses Thinkstep’s Software to Manage Supply Chain Sustainability
Inpro, which manufactures interior and exterior architectural products, has implemented thinkstep’s newly released SoFi ts software across its corporation and supply chain to manage and report on its sustainability metrics.
Inpro says using SoFi ts to track and improve its sustainability initiatives will reduce risk along its supply chain, identify opportunities for cost reduction, and increase revenue while improving overall brand equity.
Inpro needed to upgrade its sustainability efforts from spreadsheets and was looking for software that was intuitive and could handle complex and large data sets, yet easy to navigate and manage. The company says it was pleased with the utilization of GaBi by thinkstep and so it decided to expand its partnership to the SoFi ts software.
“I finally have an executive-level dashboard at my fingertips that I can pull up in meetings to demonstrate the progress of our key sustainability initiatives,” said Mark Alan, senior vice president of product management at Inpro. “I know we will reduce resource consumption and save money. I am confident that we will realize manpower efficiencies as well.”
New SoFi ts features a completely redesigned user experience paired with a modern software design. It displays simple dashboards, cleaner, faster data collection screens, a more powerful Intelligence Center and an intuitive interface for easy access from mobile devices, thinkstep says.
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