Auckland, renowned as the economic powerhouse of New Zealand, is home to a diverse range of progressive industries. The manufacturing sector, responsible for approximately 40% of the country's GDP, also contributes more than half of New Zealand's annual exports, thus bolstering the nation's economy significantly.
However, amidst this optimistic landscape, New Zealand firms face three significant challenges: the lingering effects of the pandemic, escalating costs of goods, and disruptions in supply chains.
As a result, manufacturers based in New Zealand have transitioned from a make-to-stock approach to a make-to-order model, as the former led to increased overheads for businesses. Consequently, manufacturers are encountering a decline in clientele and heightened competition due to their current systems' inability to meet evolving requirements.
To thrive in any environment, businesses must prioritize innovation. Survey reveals that manufacturers understand the profound impact of transforming their business approach and investing in innovation for their future performance.
Thus, Auckland manufacturers must adopt lean, agile, and intelligent operational practices. And for this, they a require robust technological support in the form of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System.
Serving process manufacturing businesses for more than 30 years, BatchMaster ERP solutions boasts a wealth of industry experience and expertise. BatchMaster ERP System is specifically designed to meet the unique requirements of regulated manufacturing industries operating in Auckland and New Zealand, and
This industry-specific ERP System software works well for both make-to-stock and make-to-order environment and is apt for NSW-based Food, Pharma, Specialty Chemicals, Paint and Cosmetics businesses. With it, these manufacturers can streamline not just business operations like, Formula/Recipe Management, R&D, Production, Sales & Procurement, Planning & inventory Management, Finance & accounting but meet industry-specific quality standards, norms and compliances.