Modern Manufacturing, Driven by Data
In this infographic, insights from Aberdeen Group highlight the power of data-driven insights to drive performance in a modern manufacturing environment.
As Industry 4.0 and Smart manufacturing continue to dominate the industry conversation, most manufacturers still seek a way to effectively bring these concepts to fruition in their own manufacturing environments. Through an alternate approach that is practical, non-disruptive and highly actionable, Aegis is bringing Industry 4.0 into reach.
In this whitepaper, Aegis provides a fresh perspective on Industry 4.0 and Smart manufacturing.
As pressures on today’s manufacturers continue to intensify, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions alone are not sufficient. Instead, today’s leading manufacturers are harnessing the power of best-of-breed Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) in partnership with ERP to access the business-critical data they need to address today’s manufacturing pressures, tap into significant operational benefits, and become Smart Factories.
Regardless of their industry or company size, readers of this eBook will gain an understanding of how MOM software is an integral part of the digital thread and how companies can best drive Return on Investment (ROI) for MOM software by using a "digital thread" strategy.
Because of existing MOM legacy systems, many A&D companies struggle to fully realize the vision of the Digital Thread. To address these challenges, in this Research Spotlight a roadmap will be provided from successfully deploying a comprehensive MOM solution, supporting the full Digital Thread vision, and driving tangible business results.
The breadth and diversity of products in the medical device industry require Manufacturing Operations Management solutions with a high degree of flexibility and configurability. Unfortunately, these are not characteristic of what most companies currently have in place. In this Research Spotlight, LNS Research will highlight the benefits of next-generation Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) software to address the challenges of quality, compliance, and production capabilities in the medical device industry.
Many electronics manufacturers are underperforming other industries in responding to customer demands and getting new products to market. What is more, they often struggle to justify the ROI to make the needed investments to improve. In this Research Spotlight, LNS Research will discuss how leading companies are facing these manufacturing challenges and achieving success through next-generation Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) software application abilities, and overcoming business hurdles to pursue these improvements.