Join an educational webinar session for manufacturers looking at how to thrive today and into the future with modern enterprise technology. The in-depth presentation will help teams understand how Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) can drive the digital transformation of your business in ways not otherwise possible.
Taking place Thursday, August 8, 2019 at 1PM CT (that’s 2PM ET) with special guests IQMS, the session will showcase how manufacturing operations professionals can leverage a robust manufacturing execution system to become the best possible suppliers for their customers.
You’ll leave the session with an understanding of how to:
- revolutionize the production scheduling process
- optimize real-time monitoring
- use data to change how the organization looks at quality management and OEE
- employ tactics to get greater results from a quality management system
We’ll end with a live Q&A session, so be sure to bring your specific requirements and challenges.
Who Should Attend?
- C-level leaders at manufacturing, distribution companies
- ERP, IT Directors
- Operations Directors, Operations Managers. Plant Managers
- Anyone responsible for overall business process improvement
IQMS’ manufacturing ERP software offers the largest footprint of ERP software, manufacturing management, MES, and supply chain software modules in the industry developed by a single software company. Comprehensive and specific to your manufacturing industry, our manufacturing ERP software solution continues to develop based on an innovative single vision, with a single database that eliminates costly third-party integration and a single development team that listens to your unique needs. Learn more here.
Andrew Bolivar, Director, Center of ExcellenceUltra ConsultantsAndrew Bolivar is Director of Ultra's Center of Excellence and Senior Consultant with deep experience in business process improvement with a focus in the manufacturing and distribution sectors. Mr. Bolivar started his career in project administration for a national food manufacturer. He spent several years engineering and implementing inventory and production processes across multiple sites.