KnarrTek provides software and technical services to assist manufacturers and other industrial organizations to implement software solutions to their operations tracking and management problems. These include:
KnarrTek assists its clients to implement these systems based on using the BellHawk® real time operations tracking and management software and the MilramX supply chain and enterprise integration software in addition to providing the services of its technical staff, who have in-depth experience gained in implementing many such systems over the past decade.
KnarrTek also provides technical support services for related software such as the SuiteCRM open-source CRM software, the BarTender labeling software, and QuickBooks Enterprise.
KnarrTek specializes in providing affordable solutions for smaller and mid-sized make-to-order manufacturing plants. KnarrTek also works directly with the IT and operations staff of larger organizations and as a sub-contractor to systems integration and project management organizations.
KnarrTek also works closely with barcode equipment resellers who resell KnarrTek's software and services in order to deliver complete inventory and manufacturing operations tracking solutions to their customers.
KnarrTek makes its money from recurrent revenue payments by clients for use of the BellHawk software as well as from payments from its specialized technical and support services activities.
KnarrTek's offices are located in Massachusetts, USA, in the industrial heartland of the Northeastern USA. Its staff has many decades of experience in implementing software solutions for industrial clients.
KnaarTek is named after an ocean going Viking trading boat named a Knarr which was the main ocean going sailing 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 Mediterranean sea, 500 years before Columbus "discovered" America. These were amazingly engineered boats which were the forerunner of the modern container ship.