Now, processes are digitized. Designs are completed in 3D CAD files, digital twins exist to mirror the objects they’re building and everything connected via the internet of things. Drawings aren’t handed down to the shop floors in books — rather, they’re being sent to tablets built specifically for that purpose.
Finally, the paperless office has arrived in factories … that isn’t quite true, but we are well on the road.
Companies that thrive in the most competitive environments, and companies that should be thriving. They all come to us looking for better ways to do things, streamline systems, reduce manufacturing costs, and increase profitability.
Adopting lean manufacturing principles can reduce manufacturing costs by increasing labour productivity, cutting production through-put times, reducing inventories, and cutting errors and scrap by as much as half.
Every month we have two training sessions for Your Heads of ICT and Heads of Operations.