Case Studies

Tree stump in forest

This case may leave you stumped

Did you know?  A tree survives and thrives by extracting the nutrients in the soil. When a tree is harvested for lumber, the stump is usually left behind. Our client developed a way to harvest nutrients from unused or discarded tree stumps.

 

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The Wine Whisperer

When put to the task of managing multiple sectors of a business, some aspects end up taking higher priority over others. It’s the burden of not being able to multiply yourself.

 

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Vanilla ice cream cone with sprinkles

Keeping It Cool

Many family-run businesses find difficulty in managing systems, processes, and costs when they experience significant growth. For example, our client’s customer service department was responsible for managing the supply chain. Their problems ranged from material flow issues and temperature-control issues with their shipping providers.

 

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The Grass Is Always Greener

When an outdoor power equipment company approached RedStone for help optimizing their supply chain, we were excited at the opportunity to get our hands dirty.

 

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