Be more responsive to your customers and minimize your costs.
Make Bottlenecks a Thing of the Past.
Order fulfillment programs require OEMs to cede control of some very complex programs to an EMS partner.
Because these programs have direct impact on your customers and their perception of your brand, you must have confidence that your EMS partner understands and has internalized your business challenges and objectives.
At Creation, we’ve worked hard to make strategic planning and solutions-creation two of our core strengths.
We’ll help you see the full benefit of order fulfillment by helping you identify your key constraints, devise solutions to bottlenecks, and implement a successful plan based on your company’s actual requirements, not on an academic model.
Direct Order Fulfillment Solutions that Add Value and Reduce Cost
“The overall value of working with Creation to support and manufacture our complex products is the primary reason we have expanded our business with you.
Creation’s ability, and willingness, to add value by accommodating and fulfilling the detailed requirements that exist within our order fulfillment process is extraordinary. And we are able to reduce manufacturing costs at the same time.”
DOF Programs at Each Stage of Production
Dedicated Manufacturing Cells
Test Expertise at All Stages
Software & Firmware Development
Lean Six Sigma CTO & BTO Models
Flexible Financial Models
PFEP & VMI Procurement Programs
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
Vision Customer Portal Integration
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