Analysis of Digital Just-in-Time (JIT) Systems to Improve Business Efficiency

Analysis of Digital Just-in-Time (JIT) Systems to Improve Business Efficiency


  • Zobia Zaman Trainer at IQCS Innovative Solutions Ltd. South Australia
  • Babaruddin Ghuryani


Pull Manufacturing, Kanban Manufacturing, Inventory Management, Cooperation and Involvement, High Quality Level, Business Efficiency


JIT (just-in-Time) has become widely employed in modern production, and every modern manufacturing business incorporates certain JIT procedures into its design. Because of the evolution of the logistics industry, JIT technology is maturing, creating more value for businesses. Many businesses are attempting to increase revenues by implementing efficiency in their operations, i.e., decreasing waste while improving production. The just-in-time system is one such system that aims to accomplish this. As a result, the goal of this research was to examine the application of the just-in-time (JIT) system in the digital era to increase corporate efficiency. In this regard, the researcher gathered information from managers and senior-level employees from various firms in order to answer the research questions. The study's independent variables are the JIT system, the Kanban manufacturing system, inventory management, pull manufacturing, cooperation and involvement, and business efficiency. To obtain responses from the intended audience, a structured questionnaire was used. The quantitative technique was applied in the investigation. The sample size was N = 200, with all responses coming from Karachi-based organisations. The obtained data was examined using a correlation and regression model, and the study discovered that the JIT system, Kanban manufacturing system, inventory management, and pull manufacturing had a considerable beneficial impact on business efficiency. Cooperation and involvement, on the other hand, have a negligible impact on business efficiency.