KnarrTek specializes in providing real-time work-in-progress tracking systems, which can include barcode inventory and work-in-process (WIP) tracking capabilities, for manufacturing and other industrial clients.
KnarrTek provides the easy-to-use BellHawk Online Work-in-Progress Tracking service, which includes work-in-process (WIP) tracking and barcode inventory tracking, for an affordable monthly subscription, for small to mid-sized indfustrial organizations.
KnarrTek also provides the BellHawk and MilramX software on a rental basis for larger organizations, with their own IT departments, who wish to install this software on their own servers.
BellHawk Online provides affordable and easy to-use tools for the real-time tracking of work-in-progress, including barcode inventory tracking and work-in-process (WIP) tracking. It is used by manufacturing, engineering, construction, repair and other industrial organizations.
By providing these tools, in the Cloud, for an affordable monthly subscription, KnarrTek makes BellHawk Online is especially suitable for use by small to mid-sized industrial organizations who do not have substantial IT support organizations nor the funds to make large capital investments in needed systems.
The BellHawk Online service is provided out of a secure data center in Tampa, Florida which has all the necessary security, backup generators, etc. to keep running even when natural disasters such as hurricanes strike.
KnarrTek also provides a full range of supporting services to assist its clients in implementing their work-in-progress tracking systems but it also enables its clients to do as much of the implementation work as they are able, to minimize the total systems implementation cost.
KnarrTek's offices are located in Auburn, Massachusetts, USA, in the industrial heartland of the Northeastern USA. Its staff has many decades of experience in implementing work-in-progress tracking systems for industrial clients.
KnaarTek is named after an ocean going Viking trading boat named a Knarr which was the main ocean going saling vessel for the Viking supply chains from about 800 AD to 1100 AD. Knarrs sailed from Scandinavia to North America, deep into Russia, and to the far reaches of the Mediterranian sea. These were amazingly engineered boats which were the forerunner of the modern container ship.