Let’s eliminate bottlenecks & headaches

“We cannot become what we want to be by remaining what we are.”
– Max DePree

Let’s create greater value for your customer while using fewer resources.

Coupling Technology & Process for Growth

Want to eliminate waste & deliver optimized value to customers?

Process improvement (PI) leads to quality improvements, service enhancements, cost reductions and productivity increases of a business activity or process.

Many embark on a PI program in an effort to improve their operational performance and drive competitive advantage in the marketplace. We find that the best improvements are made with developed people, effective technology and aligned processes.

Our approach to Process Improvement delivers business value by creating a sustainable framework for improvement while establishing momentum for process excellence across the enterprise.

We leverage DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) as the underlying business process improvement methodology. DMAIC is a proven, data-driven methodology. It can be scaled according to the scope and depth of your process improvement program.

Process Improvement | Rootloud
Process Improvement | Rootloud

Lean is fundamentally about increasing customer value in a company with proper respect for people and is a philosophy for managing a business. It is more than just a collection of tools, techniques and projects. Lean thinking should become what you do and not just something else you do.

Process Improvement | Rootloud

Want to design higher productivity?

When people, process and technology are aligned, companies scale and realize higher customer satisfaction. When they aren’t aligned, you find stress, unmet expectations, high turnover and late nights. We bring experience and solutions to act on opportunities and eliminate bottlenecks. It’s time to get LEAN.

Process Improvement | Rootloud
Process Improvement | Rootloud

"Continuous improvement is not about the things you do well- that is work. Continuous improvement is about removing the things that get in the way of your work. The headaches, the things that slow you down, that's what continuous improvement is all about."
- Bruce Hamilton