What manufacturing solutions can you build with Builder.ai?
The short answer is everything.
You can build a wide range of manufacturing software and services, custom-built for iOS, Android or PWAs.
Inventory management software
Streamline business processes, cash flow management and track the exact location of stock items, monitor how much space is left on shelves and in warehouses in real-time.
Optimise your supply chain for peak performance. From acquiring raw materials to final product distribution, you’ll be able to elevate your processes and track each stage of the journey.
Product lifecycle management
Manage the entire lifecycle of your products from inception to engineering and design, manufacturing through to service and disposal. So you’re always in control.
Energy management systems
Track your real-time energy consumption usage to identify energy-saving opportunities and optimise your efficiency.
Document management systems (DMS)
Centralise all your documents for easier storage, retrieval and collaboration whilst complying with document traceability & regulatory requirements.
You think it. We help you build it.
Why build your manufacturing app with us?
No tech knowledge needed
Our team of app experts and our AI, Natasha, take care of all the technical and coding elements, so you can focus on creating the best manufacturing systems - exactly how you need them!
Guaranteed price upfront
We charge per feature, with everything defined in a pre-agreed Buildcard before your project starts. Our AI also provides accurate timelines, so there is less of a chance of project delays or surprises.
Preview your finished app with a free prototype
For custom-built software, you can create a realistic mockup of your software with Builder Now. Everything is customisable so you can see exactly how your app will look and behave in just 10 minutes.
Create bespoke software fast
We’ve made custom software as easy as ordering pizza with Builder Studio. Start by choosing a similar app to your app idea as a base. Then, add or remove toppings – individual features - to see your manufacturing app come to life.
Make big cloud savings
With our Builder Cloud services, we take on long-term contracts with the big cloud providers that allow us to pass on the benefits to our own customers. Your data is kept securely and you can set spending limits, manage your usage and feel in control with your easy-to-use dashboard.
Software that grows with you and never goes out of date
Studio One, our aftercare and support package continuously monitors your software, so we make updates, fix bugs and keep your app running at optimum performance in real-time before any potential problems even arise.
Want to see what we’ve built linking to the manufacturing sector?
Bobcat supports a global network of dealerships to maximise their profitability and minimise their risk. Their suite of tools makes it easy for dealers to measure partner performance against standard KPIs. Their new platform share key features with manufacturing apps, to boost efficiency gains and find new growth opportunities.
An algorithm for matching different data sets based on predefined properties. Can be used to automatically match, clean and sort large volumes of data.
To find out more about Bobcat, click here.
And Siam Makro
Southeast Asia’s largest cash & carry was growing dramatically and needed a new, purpose-built OMS that minimised manual intervention. Their new order management systems share key features with manufacturing apps, like dashboards and project planning.
- Since then they’ve scaled their business to 137 stores and are now worth over $9bn.
Some of the features they used:
Generate a sales report showing the metrics you need. Includes the option to filter by date to evaluate historical performance.
Display a summary of all selections made inside the product. Useful for ecommerce checkouts, or giving users an overall view of their completed actions.
See a summary of how the business is performing over different time periods. Uses two key metrics for deeper understanding, such as sales, cashflow, recent activity.
To find out more about Siam Makro click here
The EtOH Suite provides opportunities for SMBs in the wine, spirit and beer industries to manage production, projects, sales, and more from the field - or vineyard! Their new app shares key features with manufacturing apps, like product inventory or tracking and every product is interlinked with all the materials and assets used to create it.
- With Builder Studio, we matched them to 36 features and were able to help them build a better wholesale experience.
Some of the features they used:
Orders can be entered and processed. Gives users a way to instantly see how many orders have been made, and the progress of each order.
Statistics & Reports
Statistics & Reports
Users can discover how the content they publish is performing. A single dashboard shows pageviews, bounce rate and time on page, giving insight into what content is working best.
Enables efficient personal appointment, meeting scheduling, and event planning via a user-friendly interface. It helps users stay organised and on track.
To find out more about EtOH click here
What our clients have to say
Don’t just take our word for how exciting it is to build an app with Builder.ai, read what our retail and ecommerce clients have to say:
“Builder.ai has been a valuable partner of Makro for over 2 years, allowing us to create our own proprietary platform upon which we have built our entire eCommerce presence.”
Dhruv Kumar Singh
Technical Lead Siam Makro
"We recommend Builder.ai. They take care of everything, allowing us to focus on the idea and the business while their highly skilled team handles the technical aspects. We were so pleased with their work we have already begun development on another Builder.ai app: EtOH Coach."
Director of Digital Projects and Software Development at EtOH
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