Quyntess and Lely Industries partner on digital supply chain

By Harry Menear
Quyntess, an IT solutions company headquartered in Rotterdam, announced today that it has been selected by agricultural technology firm Lely Industries...

Quyntess, an IT solutions company headquartered in Rotterdam, announced today that it has been selected by agricultural technology firm Lely Industries as its digital supplier integration and collaboration partner.

We are very excited to support Lely in their digital ambitions”, said Rob van Ipenburg, CEO at Quyntess. “The fact that Lely, together with Procurement Services, had performed an extensive evaluation process over multiple vendors and products shows that our solution is strong, we can serve companies regardless of industry or level of digital-maturity, and ambitious companies value the innovation we bring to the table.” Bart Kuijpers, Head of Data Value at Lely, indicated that the obvious efficiency gain is certainly not the only driver for this initiative: “In the near future, we are facing a significant increase in order volumes. Digitization allows us to upgrade the fulfillment capacity, in order to avoid impact on the lead-times and delivery reliability of these products”.

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Quyntess’s modular solution, based on the global Tradeshift business network, will enable Lely to digitize both its procurement and supply chain processes on a global scale. Through this solution, Lely aims to increase the consistency, transparency and operational performance of its supply chain; leveraging on improved data quality and a more flexible collaboration with external business partners.

Founded in 1848, Lely Industries develops industry-leading robotics and data systems that increase animal welfare, flexibility and production on dairy farms, in an effort to create a sustainable, profitable and enjoyable future in farming.

 

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