You can build flexible capacity in central North Carolina through Veryable's on-demand labor marketplace.
Raleigh-Durham area manufacturers, distributors, and warehouses can ditch the old way of doing things by leveraging a new labor paradigm. The number of on-demand workers you can access is growing rapidly, as independent Operators join the future of work.
Located in the heart of North Carolina’s famed Research Triangle, the region boasts close proximity to several world-renowned research universities, multi-modal transportation infrastructure, and a highly skilled workforce. Additionally, the region is growing 6X faster than the national average, so it's no surprise that manufacturers, distributors, and warehousing organizations in the Greater Raleigh-Durham area are ditching the old way of doing things and leveraging on-demand labor.
Our on-demand marketplace for warehousing, manufacturing, and logistics labor connects businesses with high-quality workers at the click of a button, enabling them to create a flexible extension of their fixed workforce called a labor pool. Building your labor pool enables higher productivity and a competitive edge. For workers, Veryable provides immediate access to work, the ability to control their own schedule, opportunities to build new skills, and best of all, next-day pay.
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“Veryable helps us with on-demand scaling. We don’t know what the future holds, right now it’s just one order at a time. So if a large order comes in, we can use Veryable so we don’t have to worry about keeping people on the payroll until we get the next order,”
"Since implementing Veryable, we were able to increase productivity by 28% and 3X our Quality Control, all while seeing a 15% reduction in labor costs as a percentage of sales."
“As we grow in the short term, it's all about becoming more efficient in our operations and continuing to scale those operations so that we can satisfy that customer demand in the future. Within the custom shop, we have orders that range from a single case of drinkware up to 10,000 plus pieces. And so between the demand and the timing of those orders, it isn't always super smooth. Veryable helps us scale our workforce to match our demand. So when we know we've got that coming, we can go ahead and plan a little bit in advance and get the right folks in here who can help us out and help us work through our processes to meet our customer timelines.”
“Before Veryable, my crew was working unseen hours. You don't want to put that on a person, especially when you're trying to get that work life balance. Veryable came in handy where we were able to do the things we needed and give [our employees] a lot of relief.”
“On a typical day for us, at around 8am we know how many orders are coming. But we won't know the magnitude of those orders until around 3pm,” says Vlaskamp. “Veryable gave us the ability to wait until the last minute to choose how much labor is needed.”
“We were able to cover everything we needed without having to go to outside sources. We got to increase business with one of our clients and we brought on a new client in our distribution network, with a second one pending already this year.”
“Veryable has been a great partner in our distribution centers which has allowed us to flex our labor to meet changing business needs. They've been easy to work with and provided excellent customer service and actionable data analytics around labor usage during peak seasons.”
“Last year we started ramping up, getting more volume. When Veryable came in, it really helped us out by giving us the flexibility of being able to pick our people, maybe even the same day. If I get up in the morning and go, ‘Oh geez, I need 10 more people,’ and post an opportunity for 10 people, I might have 25 people bid.”
“During our morning production meetings, we look at orders with the most immediate due date first…if I see that we’re at risk of getting behind, I log on to the Veryable platform, post Ops to my labor pool, and have those operators in the next morning. The speed at which I can respond to changes in demand allows me to be proactive rather than reactive with my labor planning.”
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