WHAT: This webinar examines what metrics should be considered as part of implementing and maintaining a Manufacturing Execution System, or MES. Different metrics should be identified, depending upon the lifecycle stage of your deployment. Pick the right metrics for MES success to gain stakeholder acceptance and justify future investment to gain the full scope of possible performance improvements.
WHO: Jan Snoeij, President and Sr. Business Consultant at the Manufacturing Operations Management Institute (MOMi), will lead the discussion on this topic. Drawing upon his many years of experience, he will provide thoughtful insights on how and what to measure as part of evaluating the success of a Manufacturing Execution (MES), Quality Management (QMS) or Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) System in the context of a digitalization transformation strategy. Jan is actively involved in MESA International as a member of the International Board and various working groups.
WHERE: Register here: https://info.ibaset.com/webinar-pick-the-right-metrics-for-mes-success
WHEN: Live 30-minute broadcast will occur on Wednesday, March 10 from 8:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. PDT / 11:00 – 11:30 EDT.
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Gordon Benzie has 20+ years of leadership experience in marketing and communication roles. This knowledge was gained while working at software solution providers focused on driving digital transformation across industrial operations. As an avid technologist, Gordon has a deep understanding of how today’s technologies are improving manufacturing processes within discrete, hybrid, and process industries. Follow Gordon on LinkedIn.