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Even tiny differences in weight can lead to huge losses, variable and unpredictable expenses and open the door to risk for a commercial enterprise.
Across different fields and disciplines, there are vastly different perceptions of the importance of measurement accuracy. The sciences recognize the necessity to be as accurate as possible, even on experiments of large scale, measurements that vary slightly can pose different outcomes.

Even tiny differences in weight can lead to huge losses, variable and unpredictable expenses and open the door to risk for a commercial enterprise.  Take for example, the food and hospitality industries.  Without the ability to accurately weigh or measure raw product, it is impossible to determine the real embedded cost of a constructed meal or beverage. While a kitchen may be streamlined using effective and modern production processes, there is often absent a tool to let the chef know what is being consumed with each portion.  In a high-end establishment, the margins are such and the experience of the chef is such that the business can operate without this detailed information.  However, as more and more quick service establishments look to streamline their operations, adding value at every stage of production, the need for accurate and timely weight represents real dollars in the pockets of commercial business.  Especially in the hand-constructed food industry, the ability to weigh a completely assembled pizza can mean the difference between a profit and a loss on each sale.

There are other circumstances in which there is a need to monitor and maintain the weight of a person or an animal over the course of time.  The ability to accurately record, retain and compare this metric can help anyone from a medical doctor to a cattle rancher derive data that drives value in service.  On the medical side of things, weights of small items can drive a diagnosis, and the ability to seamlessly compare historical or average data at the time of weighing removes a calculative step from the process.  Similarly, over the lifespan of livestock, there is the need to document, compare and retain details for the health of the animal, but also for the profit of the producing ranch.

Without the ability to accurately, quickly and efficiently weigh product, across a wide variety of industries, there is a risk of loss. Adding the technology to ensure that the data is always correct can not only prevent loss but increase productivity and profit.

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