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Manufacturers have solid financial and efficiency gains by moving their businesses towards digital automation and advanced technologies. Efficiencies in all levels of manufacturing, from the initial supply of raw material to the final step of the production of goods reduce cost, increase production and overall, improve the bottom line.
How IT can help
If your back-office systems, ERP, inventory, and accounting systems are down or non-functional the impact across your entire company is significant. The loss doesn’t stop with the missed opportunity to produce more products. The amount of loss including time and wages of employees and dissatisfied customers due to missed deadlines, adds to the total cost of down systems. Having efficient & monitored IT systems and processes helps minimize downtime. Documented processes allow the scheduling of maintenance and support during times of low or minimal production. Effective change control, along with good documentation and industry best practices helps minimize downtime. A good manufacturing process is achieved by minimizing unscheduled outages. Automation and technology help make the manufacturing process less cumbersome, and more efficient. It allows the near-real-time delivery of information and insight into processes in the business. Quick visibility and seamless innovation helps push your company into the future.