LEO Lane Software Enforces Quality
Formnext 2019: LEO Lane’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provides the ability to track and audit digital assets through digital inventory.
Edited by AM Staff
LEO Lane’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provides the ability to track and audit digital assets through digital inventory. With this ability, companies can analyze when, where and how each item was produced throughout the workflow, providing greater production control, the company says. Discover how to protect intellectual property (IP), enforce repeatability and quality as well as prevent revenue loss. When it comes to costs, businesses can safely enjoy the benefits of additive manufacturing (AM) including savings via virtual inventory: no inventory costs, significantly reduced logistics and shipping, no re-balancing and no obsolescence.
LEO Lane’s solution is integrated with a number of leading ecosystem partners and offers flexibility as it is always up to date. Its cloud holds no files so companies can maintain all their files based on their own internal IT policies and procedures. This is said to ensure minimal disruption and maximum productivity.
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