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Reducing Failures Through Audits with Specright

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For sourced products (e.g. packaging, ingredients, chemicals), most professionals will admit that the spec they have access to often does not match the actual product being produced today by their suppliers. This can cause major issues in your supply chain, especially with your customers. If the immediate costs aren’t bad enough, the opportunity-cost endured by being placed in “time out” by the customer until the problem gets fixed should be. Even more, why is it that when something does go wrong, no one wants to take the blame?

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Matthew Wright
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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.
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Reducing Failures Through Audits with Specright

For sourced products (e.g. packaging, ingredients, chemicals), most professionals will admit that the spec they have access to often does not match the actual product being produced today by their suppliers. This can cause major issues in your supply chain, especially with your customers. If the immediate costs aren’t bad enough, the opportunity-cost endured by being placed in “time out” by the customer until the problem gets fixed should be. Even more, why is it that when something does go wrong, no one wants to take the blame?

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Reducing Failures Through Audits with Specright

For sourced products (e.g. packaging, ingredients, chemicals), most professionals will admit that the spec they have access to often does not match the actual product being produced today by their suppliers. This can cause major issues in your supply chain, especially with your customers. If the immediate costs aren’t bad enough, the opportunity-cost endured by being placed in “time out” by the customer until the problem gets fixed should be. Even more, why is it that when something does go wrong, no one wants to take the blame?

Posted on 
April 20, 2018
4.20.2018
Friday
Matthew Wright
Founder & CEO, Specright
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For sourced products (e.g. packaging, ingredients, chemicals), most professionals will admit that the spec they have access to often does not match the actual product being produced today by their suppliers. This can cause major issues in your supply chain, especially with your customers. If the immediate costs aren’t bad enough, the opportunity-cost endured by being placed in “time out” by the customer until the problem gets fixed should be. Even more, why is it that when something does go wrong, no one wants to take the blame?

Reducing Failures Through Audits with Specright

For sourced products (e.g. packaging, ingredients, chemicals), most professionals will admit that the spec they have access to often does not match the actual product being produced today by their suppliers. This can cause major issues in your supply chain, especially with your customers. If the immediate costs aren’t bad enough, the opportunity-cost endured by being placed in “time out” by the customer until the problem gets fixed should be. Even more, why is it that when something does go wrong, no one wants to take the blame?See what uncertainty looks like in a world without Specright…

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Matthew Wright is the founder & CEO of Specright. Prior to founding Specright, he 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. He sits on the Packaging Advisory Board at Cal-Poly San Luis Obispo.

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