Drive Sustainable Growth with Digitalisation
Identify overconsumption with Cyzag - avoiding losses equivalent to €1 million per year
Trusted by chemical manufacturers worldwide
Why Cyzag Was Created
Cyzag enables manufacturing organisations to deliver sustainable continuous improvement (CI) and operations.
The user-centric design enhances adoption and engagement through an intuitive user experience. It offers flexible boards and workflows for diverse use cases, balancing standardisation and flexibility.
The platform integrates data, processes, tools, analytics, and collaboration from various sources, serving as a central hub for users.
This integration empowers plant staff to make informed decisions on the shop floor, prioritising larger-scale improvements.
Ready for Digital Transformation?
Cyzag places real-time data and decision-making into the hands of the right people, in the right place, at the right time.
Key Benefits Include:
Improved Operational and Process Efficiency
Direct Impact on Variable Costs
Optimised Raw Materials and Utilities
Advance and Sustain Continuous Improvement
Knock Down Silos and Encourage Collaboration
Find Out How Cyzag Can Improve Your Processes
Book a 45-minute demo session where we'll learn more about your business and show you how you can save time, generate cost efficiencies, reduce waste and ultimately drive sustainable business growth.
What Our Customers Say
The (Digital Operations Hub) HUB will be a game changer for our operations globally since it will enable a fully transparent operations mechanism, where all involved stakeholders will be able to follow real time daily operations.
We chose Cyzag because of their focus on users, which is essential for engagement and success of the initiative, the flexibility of the platform that enables us to manage the technology ourselves and build our own use cases, combined with their highly agile approach.
Using Cyzag's platform we were able to identify over-consumption and then set up a project to model and track the process, avoiding a loss of ~€1M