Benchmark recently concluded its first annual Benchmark Enterprise Excellence (BEX) Global Olympics. The program brought together the company’s global operations teams to compete in a fun, Olympics-themed event aimed at integrating its Lean Sigma culture and continuous-improvement methodologies into their daily work.
The acquisition combines real-time transactional systems with supply chain planning, forecasting and fulfillment solutions, to power modern commerce. With this combined offering, companies can integrate all their supply chain assets to deliver a differentiated experience to their customers right at the beginning of the shopping process.
The biggest learning from this pandemic is that every company must recognize that it is in the business of supply. Consumer experience is increasingly solely based on a supply chain experience. The responsibility of viable, robust and resilient business continuity planning is an absolutely pivotal task that merits an ongoing process guided by business measures and winning scenarios.
Benchmark’s new Phoenix facility produces solutions for high-reliability RF, photonics, and high-speed electronic systems in a wide range of market sectors, including: aerospace and defense, computing, complex industrial, medical, and next-generation telecommunications. Benchmark currently serves several high-profile customers within each of these key industries today at the new site.
If we’re thinking about the big picture, what Benchmark Phoenix really offers is a new approach to solving technology challenges. We are changing how a complex solution goes from an idea in someone’s head to a piece of technology in their hands.
For the millions of Americans concerned about shortages of vital supplies like toilet paper, food basics and other items vital to getting us through an unprecedented global health crisis, there is some encouraging news, according to researchers at Northern Arizona University.
Benchmark Chief Technology Officer Jan Janick discusses his passion for technology, his career accomplishments, his tech industry inspiration, and the hardest thing about working in a tech-related field.