By defining a manufacturing data architecture – ideally as part of your operations management platform – you can capture the greatest value from the ever-increasing amount of data that is coming from your manufacturing systems.
Here are five ways that embracing the Cloud is driving business value by changing how complex discrete manufacturers operate their business – and how it can help you drive new efficiency, performance, and customer value in the years ahead.
In the field of quality management, there are many different methodologies and best practices you can follow. Regardless of your school of thought, however, one thing nearly all professionals and experts have agreed upon since the dawn of production is the importance of early detection with regard to quality non-conformances.
Manufacturing strategies aimed at producing customizable, complex products deliver greater gross margins, yet often carry the costs of greater process and system integration and inordinate amounts of time coordinating suppliers, quality, and production.
Working in the Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) world, you already wear a lot of hats: Managing tasks, keeping unforgiving maintenance schedules, evaluating and standardizing processes and much, much more.