Here are some of the clients whose business have undergone an operational transformation with Okapi:
Cheryl Gray, CPM, EVP, Enterprise Innovation, QuadReal Property Group:
“Okapi was immediately adopted, easily used, and our staff loved it at the operational level. This technology has so much potential, and we’ve only just scratched the surface.”
QuadReal is one of Canada’s largest institutional investors with a $24.5 billion investment portfolio that spans across 17 countries.
Prior to implementing Okapi, their main challenges were multiple data sources, better resource management was required to improve efficiency, and lack of data among users in the field.
Okapi provided QuadReal teams with AI-based personalized notifications, which within 90 days from implementation resulted in:
* 87% reduction in completion time.
* 82% reduction in response time.
* and another 13% improvement in repeating requests. * Learn More:
Davis Knox, CEO of Fire & Flavor: “We’re in love with this solution. Implementing Okapi was a snap. Okapi brought focus and understanding of what’s important in each part of the business.”
Fire & Flavor, one of America’s 500 fastest growing companies, specializes in all-natural cooking and grilling products.
Prior to implementing Okapi, their main challenge was that too many reports made it almost impossible to understand the performance of the business and operational KPIs.
Okapi provided Fire & Flavor’s teams with crucial performance information, resulting in:
*94% operating margin growth.
*An increase in fill rate from 92 to 98%.
*On-time shipping improvement of 47%. *Learn more:
Alon Gertman VP Operations, AHAVA: “Okapi helps us engage all the employees to work towards our goals, from the management team, down to the last employee on the production line.”
Ahava Dead Sea Laboratories is a world leader in skin care products owned by the Chinese Fosun Group and can be found in over 30 countries in the world’s leading chains.
Prior to Okapi, Ahava were focused on the financial outcomes, without real-time visibility into the operational metrics that could support their improvement.
After one year, Ahava:
*Reduced setup time by 80%.
*Cut its shipping costs by 67%.
*Cut its material costs by 12%.
*During their first year of implementing Okapi this has translated into US $1 million dollars. *Learn more:
Netta Shpitzer, CEO of Moses: “The Okapi platform is the homepage and preferred app of my entire management team. The KPIs allow us to influence the performance of each restaurant on a day by day basis.”
Moses is a fast-growing restaurant chain specializing in American food.
Prior to Okapi, its main challenge was providing restaurant managers with a clear and focused view of the KPIs and their target values.
After one year, Moses:
*Cut its labor costs by 16%.
*Cut its food costs by 12%.
*Increasing gross profits by US $90,000 per month. *The system-wide improvements resulted in a 6% growth in profits, and saved the company over US $1 million. *Learn more:
Shachar Fine, EVP of Business Development, Marketing and Sales at Kanfit: “Okapi’s Artificial Intelligence notifications provide station managers the inputs they need to make better decisions.”
Kanfit is a leading manufacturer of high quality parts and assemblies made from composite materials and metals.
Kanfit needed to shorten their lead time and improve their productivity, while maintaining their high level of quality in order to stay competitive.
*In first, Kanfit improved their Gross Profit by over $1 million dollars. *In following years they reduced internal defect level by over 60%.
*Improved on-time delivery by an additional 36%.
*Grew sales in a new market by an additional 20%. *Learn more:
Kobi Bitter, CEO of Bynet Semech: “Okapi’s platform increased focus and supported a reduction of 50% in our voluntary attrition.”
Bynet Semech Outsourcing Ltd. Offers management consulting services through decision making software that analyses cost, productivity, technology and other management resources.
The main challenges leading to the Okapi implementation were a high attrition of BPO employees, high recruitment costs, and unfulfilled income potential.
KPIs were cascaded to all levels of the organization, driving a clear understanding of the required processes and results.