[SOLUTION SHEET] Optimize Operational Performance for Metal Fabricators

June 15, 2017 Melanie Aizer | Marketing Director

Optimize Operational Performance for Metal FabricatorsManufacturing leaders in the metal fabrication industry are facing more challenges than ever before. Volatile commodity prices combined with shrinking markets, increased levels of customer-driven expectations, and skilled labor shortages are just some of the reasons why metal manufacturers need to reassess their operations, if they want to gain a competitive advantage and grow their business.

The ultimate goal should be to simplify the manufacturing process with improved efficiency, while increasing profits. In order to do so, metal manufacturers need to have accurate, real-time visibility into their operations. This allows them to be more responsive to both internal and external issues that arise, make sound business decisions based on facts (and not gut feel), and proactively look for opportunities to enhance existing business processes, for a competitive advantage.

This solution sheet, Optimize Operational Performance for Metal Fabricators: Improve Visibility Across the Organization with 3 Leading Strategies, outlines three leading strategies for achieving successful operational visibility for metal fabricators, including

  • Connecting the shop floor to the "top floor" for real-time, accurate decision-making
  • Leveraging best practices to streamline inventory management processes
  • Automating people processes with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions

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