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Instead of focusing on keeping legacy systems operational, Mark Duening, CIO at U.S. Venture, sought to leverage new technology as an advantage in a competitive industry.
U.S. Venture, a heavyweight in the distribution of energy, automotive, and lubricant products, was determined to keep moving the needle. Strategic partners, like Blue Horseshoe, transformed their business to grow U.S. Venture’s business eightfold. Microsoft Dynamics 365 enabled them to consistently report financials across all organizations and streamline operations. U.S. Venture is now positioned better to address customer requirements, productivity, and asset utilization.
“The insights we will be able to deliver internally, as well as to our customers, will transform how we operate and generate revenue. This is a strategy focused on our future.” Duening shares.
Capacity and Throughput Increase by 30%
Regis Corporation, a global leader in salons, operates two distribution centers to supply their salons with retail merchandise and products used during salon services and e-commerce channels. Replacement parts were no longer available and maintenance was a challenge for the outdated sortation equipment. New equipment was the obvious choice but would impact uptime and customer service.
“Blue Horseshoe has improved our ability to consistently report our financials across all organizations and it’s just the beginning of a journey that’s going to further streamline our operations.”
– Mark Duening, CIO at U.S. Venture