KeyedIn™ Solutions, a global SaaS (Software as a Service) solutions provider, will be holding a Learn how to increase your revenue with KeyedIn Manufacturing 30-minute webinar at 1pm CT, Wednesday April 17.

This is the second in the KeyedIn™ Manufacturing Ideas in Action webinar series that is designed to help show small to mid-sized manufacturers how they can speed up their estimating process, increase revenue and gain important new insights into their business.

The Learn how to increase your revenue with KeyedIn Manufacturing webinar will focus on how KeyedIn Manufacturing allows manufacturers to streamline their business process with easy-to-use custom workflows; view overloaded operations and resources; access standard templates for common tasks - from sales to shipping; and automate processes such as converting estimates into work orders.

Those wanting to take part in the webinar should register at

KeyedIn ™ Manufacturing is a comprehensive web-based (Cloud) business management software solution for custom manufacturers. It combines the power of a proven, robust Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution with tools specifically designed to solve the business challenges of custom manufacturers – improving productivity, lowering costs, and increasing sales. KeyedIn Manufacturing software provides all the management tools custom manufacturers need – from estimating to invoicing, purchasing to production management – in a single platform.

Brigitte Merten, Senior Marketing Manager for KeyedIn Solutions, said: “This short webinar is full of rich content highlighting the ways in which KeyedIn Manufacturing helps manufacturers to improve productivity, reduce costs and drive sales.”

“We’re extremely proud of KeyedIn Manufacturing as a solution and look forward to showing manufacturers how it can improve the way they do business and ultimately increase revenue.”

This is the second in the KeyedIn Ideas in Action webinar series. The first was Speed up your Estimating, which showed how small to mid-sized manufacturers can speed up their estimating by 25 percent. A recording of which can be found at or at