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"Nevada Industry Excellence was the pinnacle to our success. We had an aggressive timeline and started without a single procedure in place. Without Nevada Industry Excellence and Prism eSolution’s assistance, we would still be in the infancy stage of the project. This certification has helped our marketing of TST. As we developed the procedures, we streamlined and improved our processes. The results: better yields, more productivity, and processes under control."

— Sean Alarcon, Engineering Manager, Tsuda SurfaceTechnologies, Inc.

"With Nevada Industry Excellence’s assistance we were able to reduce our manufacturing costs by over 27%. Our customers have been very pleased to see our implementation of Lean, especially 5S, visual workplace and standardized work procedures."

— John Collier, Plant Manager, Herb Trade

"Nevada Industry Excellence’s help was invaluable. They contacted us initially regarding the training program and then led us through the grant process. It was a great cooperative effort that ultimately resulted in approval of our application by the Nevada Commission on Economic Development."

— John Mansanti, Mine General Manager

Supply Chain

Supply chain services go hand in hand with competitive pricing, an ideal all companies need to achieve to remain viable, profitable businesses. Nevada Industry Excellence (formerly MAP) helps its customers to reduce costs, not just by unit cost but also by the total cost of ownership. The focus is on the economies of the entire value chain in evaluating its customers’ most important business problems and providing solutions that reduce the total cost of ownership to deliver a continuous return on the customers’ investment.

Nevada Industry Excellence helps its customers reduce costs throughout a product’s life by leveraging these Nevada Industry Excellence’s advantages:

  • Unit price: initial costs, continuous cost reductions, tooling and fixtures, service costs
  • Logistics costs: lead time, just-in-time delivery, freight, supplier-managed inventory
  • Supplier reliability and capability: partnering costs, supplier team’s knowledge base
  • Technical support: ability to adapt to changes in technology and specifications
  • Transaction costs: ease of transaction, Electronic Data Interchange, cost to change a supply source
  • Location advantage: labor costs, production costs
  • Quality: inspection/rework costs, replacement policy and CAR effectiveness
  • RFID & Barcoding: Vendor Selection, Implementation, ERP Integration
  • ERP: Planning Systems Selection & Implementation