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Integrated Manufacturing Operations

In order to respond to fast-changing consumer needs, consumer packaged goods companies need to be more and more adaptive and act in a more agile way to sustain market share. Integrated Manufacturing Operations is one of the key levers to overcome this challenge.

Product portfolios are becoming more and more complex, containing many product variations mainly driven by micro-segmentation to gain market share.

This adds complexity to the manufacturing process, leading to a situation where information on how to execute manufacturing operations becomes more critical and error-prone.

In order to respond to fast-changing consumer needs, consumer packaged goods companies need to be more and more adaptive and act in a more agile way to sustain market share. Integrated Manufacturing Operations is one of the key levers to overcome this challenge.

Product portfolios are becoming more and more complex, containing many product variations mainly driven by micro-segmentation to gain market share.

This adds complexity to the manufacturing process, leading to a situation where information on how to execute manufacturing operations becomes more critical and error-prone.

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Integrated Manufacturing Operations provides a seamless information flow that starts with vertical integration, connects the business with manufacturing, and then distributes proper information to all involved departments.

This allows, as an example, the scheduling department the ability to provide an optimal schedule using all relevant information to maximize resource usage. A plan is only good when it is executed. Integrated Manufacturing Operations delivers process orchestration to reduce errors and manufacturing costs by orchestrating systems, automation, and operators.

During the execution of manufacturing operations, product quality needs to be verified multiple times. Combined with process orchestration, integrated quality provides perfect guidance to perform all quality operations that need to be executed during production. Interaction between the laboratory and the manufacturing plant is also key in order to have an efficient and flexible production that assures consistent quality.

Production reporting using data acquired from all production processes becomes a key pillar in determining if everything is being executed according to plan, and to be able to perform continuous improvements based on process visibility and KPIs. This is related to the capability that genealogy provides in order to verify compliance and wall-to-wall backward and forward traceability. All information collected during execution can then be used to gain insights from all manufacturing processes by cross-correlating information from different domains in order to obtain new actionable insights and KPI’s.

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