Recently Nolte Precise Manufacturing was the subject of an informative article in Modern Machine Shop magazine on benefits of management software in promoting manufacturing diversity. In the feature, Nolte owner and president, Doug Coster discusses the benefits his company has experienced from using E2 management software. According to article, Nolte has benefited from deeper insight into the complicated operations of the shop.
As Mr. Coster explains, this has “helped root out inefficiencies, streamline processes, improve communication among disparate departments, and boost flexibility, among other advantages.”
The article provides background on the history of Nolte, and how it has grown since its founding in 1916 as a small, high-volume screw machine operation. Today, the company offers a wide array of precision machining services to meet the needs of a broad range of manufacturers. Mr. Coster discusses how the E2 software has allowed the company to grow in its quest to offer this diversity of quality services.
Over the years, as Mr. Coster explains, Nolte has fully integrated the use of E2, taking advantage of all available modules, including quoting, order entry, shipping, and accounting. In the article, he takes a more in depth look at the three primary areas that have benefited from E2. The first area is the streamlining of processes, which has meant time savings and improved accuracy with estimates and orders. The second is improved communication, which has been facilitated by E2’s whiteboard scheduling system. The third area is the greater foresight that has been fostered by E2, with a deep level of insight for improved planning and accountability.
For more details, you can read the article at Modern Machine Shop online.
Nolte Precise Manufacturing, Inc. is a family-owned precision machining business. Established in 1916 by Louis G. Nolte, a screw machine operator at Cincinnati Milling Machine, the company now includes the fourth generation of precision machining experts. Offering a complete portfolio of services, Nolte employs the latest technologies available for CNC turning, CNC milling, CNC Swiss, automatic screw machine, and assembly processes. Metal removal processes include turning, milling, drilling, boring, grinding, broaching, honing, and more. Nolte is a registered ISO 9001: 2008 compliant machining company.