Kespry says its enterprise-grade inventory management platform for mining and aggregates companies allows users to monitor, reconcile and manage inventory data across sites, product lines and divisions.
Users can also reconcile data from their drone surveys with data from enterprise resource planning and other systems of record for production and sales data, the company adds.
According to Kepsry, this data can be used to make better production decisions, inform sales teams of available product and reduce write-downs by finance teams.
George Mathew, chairman and CEO, Kespry, says the company’s combination of drone-based topographic surveys, cloud-based analytics and inventory management capabilities provide a ‘single source’ for sites, product lines and organisations.
“With over 25% of all aggregate material in the US now measured with our aerial intelligence platform, Kespry’s new enterprise-grade inventory management will have an even greater material impact on an industry with tight profit margins and highly-variable demand”, Mathew adds.
Brian Biggerstaff, estimator, CSA Materials, says: “The new Kespry inventory management features will allow me to track specific products across multiple sites. This will help CSA Materials most efficiently put high-demand materials where we need them.”
John Newell, aggregate operations manager, The Dolomite Group, A CRH Company, says: “Kespry will allow us to quickly and easily see how much of a specific product is available at each of our locations. This will help The Dolomite Group effectively utilize its plant network to better serve our customers.”