Gerent has been successfully implementing technology solutions for both discrete and process manufacturers for the past 13 years. We are invested heavily in manufacturing and have in-house experts with years of on point use experience.
Gerent is a proud Salesforce Manufacturing Cloud Partner. We are a go-to partner in manufacturing with years of market experience and one of the first to deliver Manufacturing Cloud to our customers.
Making up 40% of our customer base, we know manufacturing and we know how to help manufacturers get the most out of technology to reduce working capital, waste and inefficiency.
Quality is important to us but so is speed. Our project completion rate is known to be 40% faster than other Salesforce consulting and implementation partners saving you time and money and accelerating business value.
Because of Gerent’s experience in creating technology solutions for the manufacturing sector, we have the depth of knowledge to work with significant types of manufacturing - discrete or process - and deliver on our promise of high-value service.
Present accurate data in real time across teams and facilitate stronger business discussion.
Review accurate data and make timely course corrections or plan changes, enabling agility in changing market conditions.
Enable account and product forecast accuracy, strategic KPI tracking and levels 1-5 dashboards.
I have 7 RVP direct reports with a total of 300 salespeople in the field; some are independent reps. I have to present a forecast by account down to the part number for a rolling 12 months. It seems like I spend most of my time forecasting. I also struggle to get the independents to forecast; they say it is non-value-added work for them.
I am a single site facility in diverse markets with a high seasonality mix. The struggles of flexing the workforce or level loading the factory can mean the difference between making or losing money in any given month. I rely heavily on sales and operations working together on forecasting. I also need to watch volumes and pricing carefully, we have lots of competition and need to keep our customer base happy.
Anandhi Narayanan has 17 years of experience in manufacturing both in the business and in IT. For the past 4 years, as a consultant, she has been leading cross cloud implementations, driving strategy and thought leadership for supply chain organizations in the Salesforce ecosystem.Connect on LinkedIn
Nikhil Bhatia is an automotive professional with 10+ years of experience working as a strategic consultant for leading industry brands. As a cross-disciplinary leader and strategist, Nikhil specializes in developing high-potential sales strategies, enabling process improvement, and implementing digital strategy & aftersales programs.Connect on LinkedIn
Nicholas Holbik-Siu is an experienced leader with a strong track record in the wholesale distribution space. After graduating from McMaster University, he went on to work his way up the ladder at EMCO and Norwood Waterworks before joining the Gerent Family.Connect on LinkedIn
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