Top Tips on Choosing an Offsite Processor
Offsite processing has many advantages for both builders’ merchants and those on the tools. However, when it comes to choosing a partner there’s more than meets the eye.
An offsite processing partner should be an extension to your current business model, acting as a value add subsidiary to support you to deliver the best possible service to you end-users. To make sure that you only get the best, here are three top tips to consider before choosing an offsite processor.
- Service Offering
First and foremost, it is paramount that your offsite processing partner can fulfil all the requirements that you need. An offsite processor should act as a one-stop-shop so that you can become more efficient and effective.
Offsite processors should have a range of finishing capabilities and work across a variety of materials – helping B2B business builders to easily add value to their own offering.
Quality is integral for customer satisfaction and overall business reputation – this is especially true in regulated industries. Being able to rely on your partners to deliver to the highest quality assurances is the winning ticket.
When choosing an offsite processing partner, accreditations and certifications are a robust way to guarantee quality and performance. Working collaboratively with ISO 9001:2015 certified manufacturers not only instils confidence in the quality of the products but also the business itself.
- Speed = Efficiency
In construction, many turn to offsite processors to support with the streamlining of the build programme. By taking everything that can be done offsite, offsite, those onsite are able to put resources and time to best use.
Take doors for example, a job that could take hours to paint to specification – an offsite processor can complete 2 (and a half) every minute, to a factory standard. Not only that, but doors can be finished and held in stock until needed for just-in-time installation – reducing the risk of damage, whilst helping to improve overall efficiency.
An offsite processor can help to add value whilst saving businesses time and money. By becoming more cost effective, improving quality overall and embracing offsite processing, the B2B industry will benefit from an improved return on investment.Go Back