Could deeper insights lower some manufacturing costs? For years, continuous improvement programs have successfully lowered operating costs. Now, companies are using advanced analytics in manufacturing to find even more opportunities. This is not your father’s analytics. Rather, it correlates among different data sources, including IoT, to deliver fresh insights for confidently moving to reduce costs.
How can semiconductor companies make their product innovation even more profitable? By moving beyond technical prowess. By retooling innovation for a modern lifecycle management approach for digital continuity. This white paper is based on a Tech-Clarity survey of 277 semiconductor and high-tech professionals to find out how semiconductor companies manage product development and product lifecycles.
What does Poor Quality Really Cost? Calculating the actual cost of quality problems is not straightforward. Some of the expenses are apparent, but many are not. Quality is important to customers and to business profitability. So, truly understanding the cost of quality warrants the effort. Fortunately, advanced manufacturing technologies can help analyze and understand expenses
What current challenge have manufacturers been wrestling with for at least 35 years? System integration. Getting manufacturing data to flow has always been a problem. And it still is. Based on Tech-Clarity research The Manufacturing Data Challenge: Lessons from Top Performers, most of the 300 respondents’ companies need better ways to integrate IT and OT data.
How can IoT and advanced technologies lower costs in manufacturing? Lower Six Manufacturing Costs with IoT explores how new technologies can help keep age-old manufacturing expenses in check. The report discusses how the Internet of Things (IoT) and related technologies for monitoring and using data can streamline processes and support people in making profitable decisions.
Semiconductor innovation is multi-faceted; can lifecycle management improve product and thus business success? This on-demand webinar features Julie Fraser sharing Top Performers’ best practices for digital continuity based on her new semiconductor industry research. Semiconductor companies are great at technical innovation, but many do not have all the capabilities they need for product profitability. The