|Flexible and agile production
|Based on real data, you can make business decisions much more efficiently and effectively in a changing reality, and the history of production allows you, for example, to quickly withdraw a defective product from the market.
|Full product knowledge
|You gain access to all parameters related to the production of a given product based on its serial number (individual element ID).
|Compliance with the principles of Lean manufacturing
|Automatic data collection from the production process affects the transparency of production, and therefore allows you to draw conclusions and constantly improve and optimise your production processes.
|Automatic flow of orders in real time - from the planner to the operator. You also gain detailed information on the course of the order and the component produced.
|Constant access to current and archived data and the ability to analyse results also in specific contexts (e.g. machine, operator, specific department). Automatic data flow reduces manual rewriting and duplication of the same information in different systems.
|Constant process control
|Checking in subsequent stages whether the part can be produced. This has a significant impact on the increase in production safety.
|Real-time monitoring and automatic or semi-automatic inference. You will detect deviations right away, even before the actual problem arises.
|Automatic reporting and accounting of data to the ERP system minimises errors that could occur during manual data entry. Moreover, system integration ensures that data is not unnecessarily duplicated.
|Better management of human resources
|Automation of processes means that the time that employees had to spend on writing documents can now be spent on creating specific value.
|The possibility of efficient detection of "bottlenecks" and better communication allow e.g. to create an optimal production plan, optimise production processes, which in turn increases efficiency.