In our newest case study, learn how our customer, Vestas Wind Systems A/S, was able to automatically distribute failure reports to external engineers, technicians and maintenance workers.
One of the top challenges facing manufacturers today is the skills gap that exists in the sector. According to Deloitte and The Manufacturing Institute’s talent study the manufacturing skills gap is anticipated to leave 2.1 million jobs unfilled by 2030 and could cost the U.S. economy as much as $1 trillion. Add to this the fact that it takes an average of 70 days to recruit skilled production workers, and the need for manufacturers to attract and retain a quality workforce has never been more important.
It’s more important now than ever to be prepared for the upcoming manufacturing skills gap to meet demand and keep productivity at its peak. Read our blog to learn more about the strategies you can implement to shorten the skills gap to increase your workforce and revenue.
Manufacturers’ raw material costs increased for the 15th consecutive month in August 2021. That is one of the key findings of the latest Manufacturing ISM® Report On Business® from the Institute for Supply Management (ISM). Given this reality, how can manufacturers ensure they succeed going forward?
Increase the potential and productivity of your Teamcenter application! In our free webinar we will show you how to manage drawings, calculations, test reports, specifications or manuals in Teamcenter and then how to output, convert and distribute these documents.
A company’s success largely stems from how well the different departments can exchange data with each other. Learn the difference between decentralized and centralized software systems, along with how a centralized ERP system is vital to achieving success.
As a rule, most human beings don’t like change. Especially when it comes to the processes in their workplace that can have a big impact on their productivity and performance, however, progress requires change. Luckily some solutions make a process more efficient and do not require end-user training.
This is our third installment in our Navigating Disruptions series. Check out this blog to see how you can use these insights to stay resilient against supply chain disruptions.
From plants coming to a standstill to others hitting unsustainable levels with new and skyrocketing demand, companies have had to adapt to an ever-changing landscape quickly. As companies have grappled with these disruptions, an elusive goal has become even more vital: managing productivity. Read on to learn why manufacturing teams are concentrating on increasing their productivity and how digital investments can help.
We are all living in a disrupted world, and to get through it, we need to help each other. In this blog (and in the following Navigating Disruptions Series), learn how to navigate disruptions with agility, resiliency, and with a dash of technology.
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