Our Vice President, Jeff Haggard, sits down with the Community Foundation of Morgan County President, Ed Kominowski, to discuss the numerous manufacturing education and employment opportunities available to Morgan County students in and graduating from high school. Jeff elaborates on the Haggard family heritage in their community and their continuing support to the local high schools, colleges and trade programs as a mentor as well as supplier of quality tooling, safety, and material handling products.
“The world needs strong women. Women who will lift and build others, who will love and be loved. Women who live bravely, both tender and fierce. Women of indomitable will.” — Amy Tenney
Whether you’re a Fortune 500 company or a small business, understanding and utilizing technology in your business plan can be the difference between success and failure in today’s market. Today, information is at your fingertips instantly and accessible from most anywhere. Because of this, consumers are making smarter decisions more quickly than ever. Consumers are also bringing those same internet and buying habits with them to do their job. Employees want to complete a purchase or make an intelligent business decision from information gathered from the web in a few minutes and move on to the next task. Haggard & Stocking recognizes this and understood this trend was going to continue until it was part of everyone’s daily culture.
Meet John Marino, Haggard & Stocking Customer Service Manager, and volunteer extraordinaire. John has been with us for five years and was promoted to Customer Service Manager in February 2018. John originally hails from the Motor City, but his passion for serving and helping others has kept him busy as a volunteering Hoosier, working great events like the World Police and Fire Games, the Special Olympics, the Indiana Sports Corp Big 10 games, and for the past fifteen years, working at the Indy 500 Parade as the 500 Festival Parade Balloon Chair.
What would you do with the time and money saved if you didn’t have to deal with the daily tedium of procurement? Or if you could, with just a few clicks, generate a report detailing your usage or expenses by quarter, job, or even machining cell? How much could you grow your business with those added resources, information, and productivity? In other words, why haven’t you made the move to Vendor Managed Inventory with Haggard & Stocking?