Category Archive: Manufacturing Operations Management

Nov 08 2017

Jerry Jackson

Digital Manufacturing on the Cloud? It could be your best idea!

088When it comes right down to it, the challenge for manufacturers of any size is to keep the shop floor humming and productive. Idle machines mean lost production, forfeited ROI, and wasted manpower dollars – not to mention aggravation and endangered contracts. Tools are available that can make the whole process – design, planning, production …

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Dec 15 2016

Philippe Virlouvet

Will MES/MOM survive the IIoT world? Looking at a future where everything is smart.

How will the interaction between OS and IT systems play out in manufacturing enterprises over the next 15 years?

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Mar 01 2016

Technology Reboot: Newest Machines in Medicine Today

Here is a summary of salient new technologies impacting life sciences manufacturers – and what must be done now to best align organizations to capitalize on these exciting new opportunities.

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Feb 11 2016

What Global Manufacturers Can Learn From the Insurance Business

As a global manufacturer, there might be a few things you could learn from the insurance industry about risk management.

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Nov 19 2015

Do Manufacturers Need a New IIoT Platform?

For those seeking an IIoT strategy, there may be good news – you may already be well on your way with the right framework already in place.

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