There’s significant hype around Industry 4.0—or its more generic name, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The hype is understandable, as this advancement promises to revolutionize the way we make products.
In today’s era, manufacturers use technology to continue to improve productivity. Generations of lean manufacturing have addressed the low-hanging fruit for eliminating waste, but IIoT technology is uncovering more and more opportunities to dig a little deeper.
Attend this webinar to get to the root of what IIoT technology can do for you now with examples of how others are addressing this trend. You may be surprised at how easy it can be to improve operations without expensive rip and replace efforts that may lead you to pilot purgatory.
What You’ll Learn:
- Understand the importance of visibility to visualize work cells, including the underlying assets that keep things moving.
- See best practices in real-time monitoring with historical trendlines to learn, diagnose, and improve uptime and performance.
- Know why in Industry 4.0, it’s key to predict what could disrupt operations or quality performance.
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
As a manufacturer, you face significant challenges including globalization, mergers or acquisitions, digitalization of the supply chain, and more that impact how you run your manufacturing business. The Plex Manufacturing Cloud ERP software solution is designed for your industry so you can more effectively meet these challenges and manage a successful business. Learn more about Plex 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.