We provide you with useful insights into how organizations can chalk out and implement an effective strategy to achieve manufacturing excellence. Our speakers discuss their perspectives on this subject and intermittently pose pertinent questions to the audience.
Ralph Rio, Research Director, Enterprise Software, ARC Advisory Group: Ralph suggests aligning your manufacturing excellence program to the balance sheet and the P&L statement of your organization, in order to direct top-level attention to this area. He also discusses ARC’s model of Collaborative Production Management (CPM), which is built upon the three tenets of enterprise domain, value chain domain and lifecycle domain.
Shirish Kulkarni, Head, Manufacturing Excellence, TCS: Shirish throws light on some of the challenges that an organization will need to tackle in the pursuit of manufacturing excellence. He highlights TCS’ capabilities in this area, and how we have helped manufacturing giants like Owens Corning achieve the same.
Mike Pietro, Global Process Leader, Advanced Controls & Automation, Owens Corning: Mike talks in detail about the Manufacturing CoE that was set up at Owens Corning with TCS as a partner. The intent was to create a service model to provide a robust, secure and predictable manufacturing systems environment. He concludes with discussing some of the benefits achieved in terms of reduced issue resolution times, lower cost of ownership, improved tracking and visibility of metrics, etc.
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