What’s next for Kelly?
Kelly Industrial Services (KIS) is the newest venture from the makers of the Kelly, an industrial robot that can be programmed to perform many of the jobs it has been trained to perform.
The robot can carry out many tasks at home, from opening and closing windows to working on machinery.
But its capabilities are limited.
The company recently announced that it was going to acquire the Kellys manufacturing division, which currently employs about 6,000 workers.
The acquisition has also meant that KIS is going to be selling off the Keillys manufacturing operations.
“The Keilly family has made an extraordinary investment in the industry and the future of manufacturing,” said Steve Lohr, chief executive of Kelly.
“We are looking forward to growing the business and creating even more jobs.
I am very excited to be a part of this amazing family of companies and their mission to democratize industrial robots.”
Keillies current robot is the Keilys “Crowdsourcing” robot.
“Cleaning, cleaning, cleaning,” said co-founder and chief operating officer Steve Loehr.
“In this age of automation, people can be trained for a job but the quality of that job will decline if it is repetitive or automated.
We want to be able to deliver a better quality service for people that want to do that cleaning.”
The Keilliys Crowdsourcing robot has been used in various industries for years.
It is designed to provide a clean and professional cleaning service for customers, and also has an interactive feature that lets users share their experiences with other users, like their home or office.
The Keillerys robots are also available for commercial and research use.
“With the Crowdsourced workforce and automated cleaning tools, Keilleries business can expand beyond its core retail and manufacturing operations,” said Loehre.
“And in order to do this, we have to look beyond retail and industrial to a wider range of tasks and customer service.”
The company is also developing a cloud-based service that will be able deliver on a variety of customer needs.
The goal is to enable Keillerists customers to deliver customized solutions to their own needs.
Keilleris cloud service is currently under development.
“Our goal with this service is to help businesses manage and automate their customer service and fulfillment processes,” said CEO Steve Lohm.
“It will allow businesses to focus on the things that matter to them more than ever before, such as building a brand, providing quality service, and increasing customer loyalty.”
The technology will also enable businesses to leverage automation and machine learning to reduce waste in their supply chain.
“Automation will eliminate repetitive tasks and improve product quality, resulting in more efficient product delivery,” said Mr. Lohre.