In today's complex production and supply chain environments, manufacturers have an opportunity to embrace disruptive changes in this economy. Investment in your business operations should be an approach that is embraced by shop floor staff all the way up to top floor management.
Manufacturers that pursue shop floor automation (and innovation) are more likely to increase production volume, reduce costs, and improve quality of delivering goods to meet customer expectations. Automating shop floor processes and establishing greater visibility into the productivity of plant operations can provide companies with a substantial advantage over their competitors.
This solution sheet outlines how automating people processes on the shop floor can help improve shop floor productivity, including:
- What leading shop floor automation looks like and how it can help drive topline business goals
- What manufacturing leaders much consider first as they strive for excellence
- A 5-step plans to help manufacturers get started with people process automation