Three Key Strategies Driving Modern Demand-Driven Manufacturing

As manufacturing environments become more digital and agile, many are adopting demand-driven methods to drive end-to-end production flow and position themselves for the Factory of the Future. By Synchrono

October 24, 2017

This paper will address how and why modern approaches to Demand-Driven Manufacturing are enabling a more connected environment and serving as a catalyst for progressive concepts including:

  • The Industrial Internet of Things – Digitizing and connectingassets
  • Smart Manufacturing - Leveraging data to improve performance
  • Synchronized Planning, Scheduling and Execution –Controlling WIP and driving end-to-end production flow
  • End-to-end Supply Chain Visibility – Real-time control andcommunication.

Today’s manufacturers are competing at different levels and with increasing demands for customization and shorter lead times. So, how are they meeting complex market demands while maintaining desired levels of customer satisfaction, supplier performance and production throughput?

They are layering the following key Modern Demand-Driven Manufacturing strategies: Digitize, synchronize and visualize.

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