Are We A Fit?

Successfully solving business problems with automation solutions starts by finding the right systems integrator.

Identifying Problems.

What could or should be happening that is currently preventing success for your company?

Answering this question is the beginning of the automation journey.

Once a complete understanding of the problems a business is facing in their manufacturing and material handling operations can a custom solution be designed. 

By utilizing cutting-edge technology and industry best practices a solution can be delivered that effectively and efficiently addresses all current challenges but also anticipates and enables adaptability to future demands in the ever-evolving landscape.

Our “Problem. Solved.” Process.

Han-Tek follows a thorough data-driven discovery process which ensures we deliver the best solution and products for the clients’ business purpose and strategy.

It begins with a keen understanding of your current process and especially your short-term and long-term business goals and process automation objectives. We then gather the data and information to analyze and document our findings.

Based upon our findings, we will design an automation recommendation for your review, and with your input, finalize an automation design for execution. Finally, we’ll estimate every aspect of the project – from equipment to installation to controls – including a cost analysis that will demonstrate your return on investment.

I Need a Problem. Solved.

Contact Han-Tek to begin discussions about optimizing your materials movement through automation.

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Step 1: Nominate Internal Stakeholders

  • Business Evaluator: Represents overall needs of the business, such as sales and revenue capture, cost reduction and profitability, and external compliance.
  • Financial Evaluator: Assesses total cost vs. total return on investment.
  • User/Technical Evaluator: Evaluates technical feasibility of technology, how it will work in the company's environment, and how successful the deployment will be.
  • Final Decision Maker: Signs off on the right solution for all of your company's stakeholders.
  • Additional Stakeholders: Provide unique value and perspective on the project.

Step 2: Facilitate a discussion

With members of Decision Making Team, we will:

  1. Develop a concise statement of the business problem to be solved and/or the advantage to be gained
  2. Determine time sensitivity for problem resolution or achieving business advantage - what is the priority?
  3. Define project scope and schedule
  4. Determine legal and procurement requirements
  5. Identify potential ideas and technologies
  6. Align acceptance criteria with each member of the team

Step 3: Evaluate alternatives

Lead the evaluation of alternatives (in the order below) by the process of elimination:

  • Do nothing at all (business objective does not justify a solution)
  • Leverage internal solution(s)
  • Engage an external provider to assess a wide variety of options to select the best fit

Step 4: Decide, then execute the plan

Execute the plan through the following steps:

  • Select solution
  • Assign project team members
  • Develop a project plan
  • Determine acceptance criteria and timeline for going live
  • Determine budget and financing alternatives
  • Review and agree to terms and conditions
  • Initiate the plan

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