Digitized services open up green opportunities

By now, we all understand what needs to be done to heal our planet. Changing our habits, improving our everyday actions and making our voices heard are great steps for every person. The start of 2019 marked a new milestone in Lindstrom’s digital journey.

“After a period of testing and collecting feedback, our digital eLindström service will roll out globally in 2019. It provides access to data and information updated in real time and is fully optimized to support all of our services and the business of our clients in the area of sustainability,” describes Sini Rajala, Head of IT, Customer & Concept.

We emphasize full transparency of the data presented in our service. It can be used as a means to share our environmental goals, but also to raise sustainability awareness through, for example, the newsletters we publish. As an innovative tool, eLindström enables the easy tracking of garments embedded with RFID chips. This allows us to noticeably reduce plastic waste, as we do not need plastic bags anymore when returning workwear.

“The new eLindstrom service brings real value to our business – from tracking the number of garments in circulation to an overview of workwear used by individuals and easy problem solving. We can optimize the whole service, avoiding overuse of resources and creating less textile waste,” says Eva Čurdová, Purchasing and Production Scheduler Specialist at Bel Syry Česko a.s., one of our food industry clients.

The details that count

Tools like eLindström fuel excitement among our team, customers and partners. It makes sustainability more than just talk, allowing us to reach new heights in what can be done for our planet and driving us to innovate and enhance our digital solutions. “The eLindstrom service is created in cooperation with our customers. By maintaining an active dialogue, we can uncover additional opportunities to reduce waste and offer a better customer experience,” adds Sini Rajala. “This also extends to paper waste, which can be reduced by providing easier access to data. There is no need to print any documents, as they can instead be shared via the system itself,” she concludes.

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