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At DDi, we know that change can often be overwhelming and induces uncertainty. Our teams are here to prove that there are multitude of benefits when you upgrade to automation.

Lower operating costs

Automation perform tasks in less than 30% to 70% of time, depending on the task. In addition to savings on the cost of manpower, cycle time of jobs is reduced drastically. Robots streamline processes and increase part accuracy, which means minimal material waste for your operation.

Improved employee satisfaction

Automated processes remove workers from tedious manual tasks. Your employees will thank you for saving them form this pain while they can spend their time on more “intellectual” activities.

Reduced lead times

Automation can keep your process in-house, improve process control and significantly reduce lead times compared to outsourcing or offshoring.

Faster ROI

Automation solutions are based on your unique needs and goals and pay for themselves quickly due to lower operating costs, reduced lead times, increased output and more.

Ability to be more competitive

Automation allows you to decrease cycle times and cost-per-activity while improving quality. This allows you to better compete on a global scale. Additionally, the flexibility of automation enables you to reimagine your process steps to exceed the capabilities of your competition.

Increased production output

Automation has the ability to work at a constant speed, unattended, 24/7. That means you’ve got the potential to produce more.

Consistent and improved production, quality

Automation typically performs the processes with less variability than humans. This results in greater control and consistency of quality.

Reduce need for outsourcing

Automation has large amounts of potential capacity concentrated in one system. This allows teams to get work done inhouse that have previously been outsourced.

Increase productivity and efficiency
  • 24/7 production, JIT implementation-friendly
  • More uptime with historic efficiency figures above 90 percent
  • Secondary operations capability
  • Real-time communications
  • Quick changeover for functional changes
  • Flexible multi-operations capability