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As the new manufacturing cycle begins, now is the time to make decisions that will increase productivity levels, equipment efficiency, and product quality. One of the decisions to make is choosing to integrate cloud computing technology to drive manufacturing and revenue growth. The adoption of cloud computing in manufacturing is expected to increase productivity levels by approximately 3% but many manufacturers still struggle with choosing options that fit their business case. A Nutanix research highlighted the fact that 36% of manufacturers using public cloud solutions exceed their budget due to integration challenges. To get cloud spending under control, manufacturers must understand the complexities of cloud adoption, which include security challenges, cloud options, and the effect of increased data production.
May 15, 2020 12:49:03 PM / by Mark Olding
At the beginning of each year, tech observers pen down the trends expected to define industrial endeavors for the entire year for enterprises. These trends have become a New Year resolution landmark of sorts as enterprises rely on them to create strategies and implementation timelines to drive revenue growth. A cursory look at Forbes, Microsoft, and Gartner’s expected trends for 2020 will show that they all have one thing in common; high hopes for digitalization and digitizing technologies.
May 9, 2020 12:30:24 PM / by Mark Olding
A fundamental mind-set change to maintenance – The success of integrating automated predictive maintenance in a shop floor still depends on management and employee knowledge of predictive analysis. This is why the need to create a management and employee policy on automating predictive maintenance is important. Stakeholders within the four walls of the manufacturing outfit must understand what it takes to automate and the benefits it brings as highlighted above.
Apr 30, 2020 2:24:28 PM / by Mark Olding