John Blyzinskyj, CEOJohn Blyzinskyj, CEO of Elemica is a car enthusiast. According to him, a company is like a well-oiled engine of a car. “And as an engine is under the hood, so is the manual labor of any company,” says Blyzinskyj. “What is visible to the customer is the efficiency of the finished product and not the labor spent to achieve it,” he adds. Being at the helm of an enterprise that specializes as the Supply Chain Operating Network for process industries, Blyzinskyj induces team spirit into his workforce by creating an atmosphere that anticipates, shares, and encourages new ideas to work like a well-oiled engine.
With such a unique work environment, Elemica addresses critical supply chain management challenges, which include poor visibility, orchestrating business-to-business processes, and accessing real-time information such as delivery and cost. These challenges are amplified today because the flow of supplies, finished goods, and information are more widely distributed than ever, thus increasing the complexity in the modern supply chain for a large global manufacturer.
The solution many companies are turning to are business networks, which as a result are growing significantly in influence and scale. A network thrives when key pieces of commerce come together, in a particular place, so that the strengthened interactions across companies deliver prosperity and economic growth for all participants. “Elemica believes data is the currency companies use to win the market. This information resource is acquired through our business network and spent to enable rapid responses to real-time market events,” added Blyzinskyj.
Through their business network, Elemica enables customers to reduce the cost of operations, speed process execution, automate key business processes, remove barriers to commerce, and ensure seamless information flow between trading partners. Replacing manual and complex approaches with efficient and reliable ones deliver real and meaningful results.
With over 15 years of experience in the industry, the team at Elemica understands that industrial plants involve large capital investment, and offers support in the batch and process-manufacturing environment.
Our company allows our clients to connect with suppliers, customers or their logistics providers through a business network; we are the perfect coactions of supply chain processes
The inbound movement of materials is fully supported all the way through to delivery of finished goods. “Our solutions enable efficient buying and selling along with deeper and more effective partner collaboration,” says Blyzinskyj. “Our company allows our clients to connect with suppliers, customers or their logistics providers through a business network; we are the perfect coactions of supply chain processes,” notes Blyzinskyj. Out of many success stories of Elemica, Blyzinskyj cites the one about a chemical firm, which supplies additives used in car paint. As a bulk supplier, the client needed solutions for inventory and customer management. The company also lacked visibility, which hindered it from providing details of delivery and costs to its users. Elemica worked together with the client and assisted them with the firm’s logistics application.
The Elemica team’s deep expertise and unique approach toward supply chain ensures that clients are benefitted through their valuable solutions. In addition, the company invests heavily in research and development every year which will help them to evolve their product functionalities.
The firm is looking forward in increasing the monetary value of their business. “We want to become a statistically significant component to the process industry and the way we plan to do that is by reaching out to a large number of businesses,” concludes Blyzinskyj.