A manufacturing process software company is connecting factory workers to manufacturers of all sizes to help them achieve digital transformation goals.
FREMONT, CA: A California-based software company, Dozuki, has teamed up with 3M via an investment by 3M Ventures. This collaboration will bring the standard work and work instruction training software to manufacturers of all sizes to help them achieve digital transformation goals. This collaboration is a vote of confidence in the standardization and training platform of Dozuki. The company believes that the ability to leverage the organizational and manufacturing expertise of an industry leader like 3M is a significant milestone. Dozuki is building exceptional software to assist manufacturers in tackling challenges like speeding up job training, sharing knowledge across teams, and engaging a younger workforce. This partnership enables Dozuki to ramp up its product development and market outreach efforts.
By building a collection of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), digital forms, and training materials, Dozuki enables factory operations to perform work consistently to the company quality standards, enhance training with on-demand resources including videos and guided process walkthroughs and communicate in real-time across shifts, teams, and factories. As part of the partnership, Dozuki continues to develop its conventional work software to offer manufacturers the capability to deploy a continuous enhancement culture and empower its workforce.
Dozuki is a software platform focusing on empowering manufacturers to deploy standardized procedures in support of their continual improvement efforts and training efforts. The company's software powers the electronic documentation for companies all over the world. This innovative approach from the company is making digital transformation and employee training convenient for operations of each size by providing an easy to use intuitive interface.