LillyWorks Protected Flow Manufacturing Software with New Demand Driven MRP (DDMRP) Helps Manufacturers Say “ENOUGH!”

HAMPTON, NH — July 20, 2017 — (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — “Because consumers now demand ‘instant gratification’ and have mind-boggling amounts of choice, manufacturing today is driven by demand. To be successful, a manufacturer must have the right products and materials – and enough supply on hand – to fulfill customer expectations,” says Dick Lilly, founder and Chairman of LillyWorks, and well-known …

Protected Flow Manufacturing @ VMCAUG in Ontario, Canada

Dave Luckner presenting Protected Flow Manufacturing today at VMCAUG in Ontario, Canada.  Results that allow manufacturers to deliver on time, in less time, everytime  – and it proves it’s work – put it to the test, it’s ready for your toughest challenge! What’s Next: Read Cindy Jutras’ report of how LillyWorks is challenging the long held assumption that manufacturing functionality …

The future is happening right now at Graphicast!

EASTECH 2017 — Jaffrey, NH — May 16, 2017 — Graphicast, Inc., innovative casting producer for medical equipment and other industrial users is dealing with a “problem” many companies would love to have – a sudden, unexpected influx of new orders! According to Val Zanchuk, Graphicast President, “We have been a Visual ERP user for shop floor operations since 1999. …

Richard (Dick) Lilly Honored by New Hampshire Business Review’s Best of Business 2017

Hampton, NH — March 20, 2017 — Richard (Dick) Lilly, founder of LillyWorks™ has been honored as an Editor’s Pick in New Hampshire Business Review’s Best of Business 2017. Mr. Lilly established LillyWorks to maximize the benefits of new, revolutionary cloud-based ERP and Production Scheduling software to enable small manufacturers to deliver on time, in less time, every time. As …

LillyWorks: ERP That Improves Health

Extend the lives of your sales and operations management team. If you’re involved in business you probably know that scheduling meetings go something like this: Coffee and donuts in the conference room Debating with sales about relative priorities Negotiating with operations about how to schedule bottlenecks Upper management refereeing with an eye on the end of the month These meetings …