For the last 30 years, manufacturing has followed the Lean Management philosophy to stay competitive. Today, technology and the interconnectivity of things is the “new Lean” – and many manufacturing companies will fall further behind if this new concept of the operational revolution known as Manufacturing 4.0 isn’t realized.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) enables Manufacturing 4.0. It allows powerful insight to help streamline business practices and deliver important results, including reduced costs, productivity improvement, better resilience, and flexibility across the enterprise. The emphasis is on bringing ideas together as well as machines. It also means linking all processes — not in a chain, as we have thought in the past, but into a cross-functional, hyper-connected, and data-driven manufacturing organization.
Today, your data can tell you so much more about the performance of your business.
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With a global mindset and entrepreneurial spirit, Sandy Abraham works with and across the organization to execute on integrated marketing programs and to initiate compelling new operational models. Sandy loves pugs, travel, automotive engineering, the aerospace industry, and smart design.
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