CP Cases recently participated in the UK Digital Catalyst Programme and successfully reduced one of its digital processes from 180 mins to just 15 mins.
The programme is developed by the Future of Business Manufacturing and involved forming a collaboration between software supplier Autodesk, Imperial College and CP Cases to review some of the challenges faced by the company.
Autodesk senior industry manager Asif Moghal said: “With so much of the UK industry focused on driving productivity and finding new skills, it is really motivating to see how connecting a company like CP Cases to Umar from Imperial can have such a dramatic impact.
“More collaborations like these can only benefit the industry and we intend to continue scaling this approach during 2019.”
CP Cases managing director Peter Ross said: “Like many of our counterparts, working with customers on a variety of bespoke products across long geographical distances can be a challenge. Increasing the speed of digital processing to improve efficiency has resulted in faster delivery whilst maintaining quality and accuracy.
Moving forward, CP Cases will continue to engage with other companies and organisations to embrace the broad skills and talent available in today’s market.”