"Digitally Re-Inventing the Supply Chain," Featured in Construction in Focus Magazine

June 16, 2019 Jessica Ferlaino

 

"Command Alkon provides an integrated suite of products that have revolutionized how producers, haulers, and suppliers of ready-mix concrete, aggregate, asphalt, cement and manufactured concrete operate. And now, the company has gone a step further to integrate heavy civil contractors into the mix, drawing on cloud technology to optimize interactions in the supply chain. The result? Breakthrough productivity.

Command Alkon is regarded for its ability to simplify dispatch, logistics, and business systems through automation. This has brought real-time visibility and accountability to the management of fleet and materials. But now, with its cloud-based platform, Command Alkon provides a participative space that allows all trading partners to perform smarter, faster, safer, and more productively by streamlining processes and coordinating interactions.

“For us to provide an integrated platform for suppliers for heavy work, we have to be integrated ourselves, so we have focused a lot of attention on organizing the company by the customer, instead of the product. There are many customers out there who are participants in the supply chain, and that’s where we found cloud technology to be vastly superior,” explained President and Chief Executive Officer Phil Ramsey..."

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