Easier manufacturing in a lot size of one.

Switch from 'make to stock' to 'assemble to order'

Your customers expect customised products in a lot size of one. Are you able to create a unique product or a unique range of products based on customer specifications?

Lot Size of One

Modern customers expect you to provide customised products – whether they are companies or consumers. They want to be able to buy a unique product or a small series of products from you, which is made especially for them and is fully assembled and packaged according to their own specific needs and requirements. Manufacturing companies that are able to work in this way can assure themselves of satisfied, loyal customers.

This places substantial demands on your company. It is challenging to manufacture goods based on specific customer requirements. Large products series are very manageable and easy to optimise. Producing smaller batches means more frequent conversions, reduced efficiency, higher costs and a greater risk of error.

Manufacture custom products with Ctac

Do you want to switch from 'make to stock' to 'assemble to order' or 'configure to order'? Would you prefer a model that allows individual customers to fully personalise their product? If so, we will be happy to help. We help you to optimise your processes, set up your IT architecture and fine-tune your organisation, so you can easily handle manufacturing products in a lot size of one.

SAP S/4HANA Cloud Manufacturing

Personalisation, an ageing workforce, the infinite possibilities of innovative technology, and the advent of servitisation – these are the trends that will determine the future of the manufacturing industry.

SAP Hybris Cloud for Customer

With SAP Hybris Cloud for Customer it is all about developing a so-called golden record for each customer. This means that we create the best possible picture of each customer (a 360-degree view) for more insight into the customer's status.

“Are you being Served?” From production to “as a Service” in four steps

Blog - 4 October 2018, Roland van Heesch, 4 min reading time

Manufacturing companies can no longer afford to exclusively focus on just making and selling products. To stay relevant, more and more companies are moving towards ‘servitization’.

Your customers expect a personal approach


Do you know your customer through and through? Do you know his favourite colour or hobby? A personal approach can really help attract customers to your business.