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Specification Management Summit 2022 Presentations: How a Spec-First Approach Drives Continuous Improvement

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With supply chain challenges at an all time high, Denso, one of the top automotive suppliers, had to find a way to ensure they not only have enough stock on hand, but also space to store it. Cody Leonard and Rob Ripley, share how taking a spec-first approach has driven continuous improvement across operations from tracking purchases and ensuring inventory to maintenance and safety measures.

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Bringing together leaders in industry and technology to drive innovation.
Matthew Wright
Founder & CEO
About Matthew
Matthew Wright is the founder & CEO of Specright, the first cloud-based platform for Specification Management. Specright has been recognized as a Gartner Cool Vendor, received the Salesforce Innovation Award and was named one of the Top Places to Work by the OC Register and Built in LA. Wright is also a published author and his book, “The Evolution of Products and Packaging,”was named to the Amazon Hot New Release List for Industrial Relations Business and has a five star rating.

Prior to founding Specright, Wright spent more than 25 years in the packaging industry, holding leadership positions at International Paper, Temple Inland, and rightPAQ — a packaging company he co-founded. He has also been involved in leading multiple M&A deals in the packaging industry and sits on the Packaging Advisory Board at Cal-Poly San Luis Obispo.
Cody Leonard
Packaging Engineer Manager, Denso
Nathan Shinault
Packaging Engineer, Denso
“With our old system, we were just sending spreadsheets back and forth, which left plenty of room for error. Now, everything’s entered and tracked in Specright, so it’ll pop up on the dashboards - it’s just right there ready to go and doesn't have to be sought out or searched through.”
Nathan Shinault
Packaging Engineer, Denso
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When everyone has access to specifications, amazing things happen – faster product development, improved quality, and less waste.

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Specification Management Summit 2022 Presentations: How a Spec-First Approach Drives Continuous Improvement

With supply chain challenges at an all time high, Denso, one of the top automotive suppliers, had to find a way to ensure they not only have enough stock on hand, but also space to store it. Cody Leonard and Rob Ripley, share how taking a spec-first approach has driven continuous improvement across operations from tracking purchases and ensuring inventory to maintenance and safety measures.

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“With our old system, we were just sending spreadsheets back and forth, which left plenty of room for error. Now, everything’s entered and tracked in Specright, so it’ll pop up on the dashboards - it’s just right there ready to go and doesn't have to be sought out or searched through.”
Nathan Shinault
Packaging Engineer, Denso
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Specification Management Summit 2022 Presentations: How a Spec-First Approach Drives Continuous Improvement

With supply chain challenges at an all time high, Denso, one of the top automotive suppliers, had to find a way to ensure they not only have enough stock on hand, but also space to store it. Cody Leonard and Rob Ripley, share how taking a spec-first approach has driven continuous improvement across operations from tracking purchases and ensuring inventory to maintenance and safety measures.

Posted on 
January 17, 2022
1.17.2022
Monday
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With supply chain challenges at an all time high, Denso, one of the top automotive suppliers, had to find a way to ensure they not only have enough stock on hand, but also space to store it. Cody Leonard and Rob Ripley, share how taking a spec-first approach has driven continuous improvement across operations from tracking purchases and ensuring inventory to maintenance and safety measures.

Watch Now
“With our old system, we were just sending spreadsheets back and forth, which left plenty of room for error. Now, everything’s entered and tracked in Specright, so it’ll pop up on the dashboards - it’s just right there ready to go and doesn't have to be sought out or searched through.”
Nathan Shinault
Packaging Engineer, Denso
Why You Need Specright

When everyone has access to specifications, amazing things happen – faster product development, improved quality, and less waste.

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