Is your business ready for logistics automation?

Find out in seconds. LIDD’s free automation assessment tool provides a clear snapshot of your current state so that you can properly prepare for equipment implementation and maximize your investment. Don’t risk making costly mistakes or investing without a clear plan – let LIDD’s assessment tool guide you towards a successful implementation.

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Your automation readiness at a glance

Pave the way for a smooth transition, fend off potential disruptions, and gear up your team for the exciting change ahead with LIDD’s team of supply chain experts.

Concept Check
Risk Management
Finance impact
Process Impact
IT Impact
Facilities Impact
Maintenance Management
Change Management
Project Management


With your established automation solution selected, it’s time to kick it into high-gear and prepare for implementation. LIDD’s proprietary framework is designed to evaluate and analyze your organization’s readiness and potential for implementing automated solutions. This personalized assessment builds upon the foundation you’ve already set, providing a clear snapshot of your current state of readiness. Ensuring a smooth and seamless transition towards automation.

In the complex world of supply chains, overcoming hurdles can be overwhelming. Which tasks need immediate attention? A logistics automation assessment tool empowers you to conquer these challenges:

  • Manage Risks: We help you identify and manage potential risks that come with automation, ensuring a smooth transition.
  • Faster Implementation: LIDD’s tool speeds up the planning process, letting you benefit from your automation solution sooner.
  • Spend Smarter: Our approach helps you address and streamline operational costs, preventing unexpected expenses.
  • Stay on Time: We identify timing-related risks that could affect your readiness, making sure deliverables happen as planned.

LIDD’s automation assessment tool grades your readiness across the following 10 categories:

  • Concept Check: The Concept Check evaluates the clarity and feasibility of the proposed automation solution. It ensures that the logistics automation solution aligns with the organization’s goals and that there is a clear understanding of what needs to be automated.
  • Risk Management: Risk Management focuses on identifying potential risks and challenges associated with implementing equipment automation. It assesses the strategies in place to mitigate these risks and ensures that plans are in motion to handle unexpected issues.
  • Financial Impact: Financial Impact examines the projected costs, potential savings, and return on investment (ROI) related to equipment automation implementation. It helps stakeholders understand the financial implications of automation adoption.
  • Process Impact: Process Impact delves into how logistics automation will affect current business processes. It assesses where automation will streamline operations, reduce manual efforts, and enhance efficiency.
  • IT Impact: IT Impact analyzes how automation aligns with the existing IT infrastructure. It assesses whether the current technology is compatible with the proposed logistics automation solution and identifies any IT-related challenges.
  • Facilities Impact: Facilities Impact evaluates the physical space and facilities required for automation. It ensures that the necessary infrastructure, such as equipment and power is available to support the automation implementation process.
  • Maintenance Management: Maintenance Management examines the plans for maintaining and troubleshooting the automated equipment once they’re operational. It focuses on ensuring ongoing functionality and addressing any potential maintenance challenges.
  • Change Management: Change Management assesses how the organization plans to manage the cultural and organizational changes that come with automation. It evaluates strategies for getting buy-in from employees and managing the transition smoothly.
  • Communication: Communication evaluates the communication plans related to automation implementation. It ensures that all stakeholders are well-informed about the changes, benefits, and impact of logistics automation on their roles and responsibilities.
  • Project Management: Project Management evaluates an organization’s project management capabilities, considering factors like project management plan, technical expertise, communication, stakeholder management, and the option to outsource. It ensures accountability for planning, executing, and completing automation projects.