The Industrial Internet at Work
Paul Boris, Vice President, Manufacturing Industries, GE Digital
Culture by Design-Finding Diamonds in the Rough
Eric Pope, VP Operations, U.S. Synthetic
Reclaiming Control of ERP Implementations
Ryan King, CIO, Power Solutions International
Industry and Internet will soon be Inseparable
Franz E. Gruber, Founder & Chairman, Global CEO, FORCAM
Modern ERP solutions for manufacturing are becoming more focused in order to address industry-specific manufacturing issues right out of the box. With features such as lean and mixed mode manufacturing, and advanced planning and scheduling, benefits including reduced operating and labor costs, faster lead time, more efficient inventorying, greater data reliability and higher productivity are guaranteed.
Danielle Applestone, CEO, Other Machine Co.
The barriers to developing new hardware products are evaporating, due to the availability of low-cost prototyping equipment and access to alternate forms of capital.
Abraham Kurian, VP of IT, Divisional CIO and Senior Director, Harsco Corporation
Our industry represents heavy equipment manufacturing which are make–to-order from supply chain perspective and highly customized from engineering and manufacturing perspective.
Steve Smith, U.S. Chief Operating Officer, Esker
As we move toward the close of another year, organizations are beginning to analyze opportunities for improvement in 2017.
Paul Ryznar, President and Founder, OPS Solutions
Augmented reality-based systems and technologies are designed to provide manufacturing professionals with interactive and intuitive hands-on real-time guidance.
Kristin Darby, CIO, Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA)
The rapid decrease in the cost of DNA sequencing that has occurred since 2008 has ignited innovation in the precision medicine area. Dynamic changes in pharma, medicine, technology, and biotech are all occurring simultaneously
Daniel R. Matlis, President, Axendia And Sandra Rodriguez, Research Associate, Axendia
Life-Science companies have been implementing manufacturing information systems for over 30 years.
Larry Stolle, Global Automotive Marketing Director, SAP
Last week the Best Practices for Automotive conference was held in Detroit with hundreds of participants from the event sponsor SAP, customers, analysts and technology partners.
Mathew Daniel, VP-Operations, Sciemetric Instruments
The key to achieving the performance and quality benchmarks that define Industry 4.0 is giving people on the front line the insight to take action when it needs to be taken.
Gary Baum, VP of Marketing, MyScript
Though sensors have an important role, humans still have a key function in managing this information from manufacturing systems and in collaborating with colleagues and management.
Edward Rodden, CIO, SugarCreek
Manufacturers have been connecting devices for many years, but the pace is accelerating with the focus on IoT initiatives.
Billy Ingram, Director of Lean Product Development, Interface
In the last few decades the word sustainability has been used a lot. Completing a quick internet search will generate an overwhelming amount of information.