Control and Processes
Improvement of consistency, visibility, agility and performance are demanding challenges for manufacturers. Initiatives at all levels are usually within this broad spectrum. Notwithstanding the difficulty in making such improvement it is only by solving these challenges that competitive advantage can be secured.
It is only when embarking upon such radical continuous improvement that the full complexity of operations is revealed. Improvements are hard to achieve and become harder to make both continuous and sustainable. To drive sustainable quality it is important to be able to understand and control the manufacturing process. Ensuring the right specifications for production, the correct people with the appropriate training for a process and presenting operators with the correct and up to date Standard Operating Practices (SOP) is paramount.
If you face challenges such as reduction of production order lead time, improvement of asset utilization and inventory turnaround, achieving on time delivery in full or consistent product from consistent production processes would it help to have a single system that can automate these tasks and provide sustainable improvement?
Solutions without IT automation result in patchy improvements that become laborious to maintain. Also solutions which are essentially manual, including off line spreadsheets, do not allow for operator interactivity and on-line monitoring. Simply deploying new SOP’s can be a massive exercise which over time results in inaccurate and redundant information and working practices.
EmsPT provides a configurable and highly scalable Manufacturing Execution System (MES) which can be applied to essentially any industrial manufacturing or production process. Using real-time production information, decision makers and operators can effectively manage the order flow and production execution, tracking the transformation of products from raw materials through finished goods, and gathering real-time information on yields, quality, resources and asset management.
If you face the challenges of reduction of production order lead time, improvement of asset utilization and inventory turn, with improvements in on time delivery in full, with consistent product from consistent production processes would it help to have a single system that can automate these tasks and provide sustainable improvement?