Vancouver, BC – July 11, 2016
SYSPRO, a provider of award-winning, best-of-breed Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software solution for on-premise and cloud-based utilization, today announced that it will be conducting a complimentary, live webinar for Canadian manufacturing leaders, “The Shop Floor: Practical Solutions to Achieving and Sustaining Excellence in Manufacturing” on Tuesday, July 19, 2016 at 10:00 A.M. PT / 1:00 P.M. ET.
The exclusive webinar will feature leading industry experts George Barnes, Operations Kaizen Leader at Argus Industries, and Darshnee Shah, Product Manager at SYSPRO Canada, who will share their deep industry insights on improving shop floor productivity in the pursuit of manufacturing excellence. In this session, attendees will discover how to transform shop floor productivity and performance, including how to prepare their people, processes, and technology. The webinar will be hosted by Manufacturing AUTOMATION, Canada’s leading publication covering the application of advanced systems, machine design and technology across manufacturing industries
Manufacturers are constantly looking for new ways to increase productivity, improve operational output and achieve sustainable excellence in manufacturing. Shop floor performance is especially challenging for today’s manufacturers, who operate in an age of complex production and supply chain environments. Business managers who oversee plant operations are not always well-equipped to deal with the results when shop floor operations are not streamlined or optimized. Innovation can lead to excellence, and can be derived from different parts of an organization. People, processes and technology are important tenets be explored for alternative designs and solutions in the pursuit of excellence.
According to the 2016 Manufacturer’s Outlook Report Published by PLANT, a leading publication advancing Canadian Manufacturing, which surveyed over 350 manufacturing executives throughout Canada, 78 percent of respondents indicated that productivity is a major priority for them and 68 percent revealed that productivity improvement is very important to the growth of their business. While manufacturing leaders understand the importance of improving productivity, 44 percent of the executives surveyed said that shop floor operations is the most challenging area to improve.
Automating business processes and establishing greater visibility into the productivity of your plant operations. “Connecting the shop floor to the top floor” with plant data being transmitted to senior management and sales teams in real-time and to centralized business systems such as ERP—allowing them to make quicker, more informed business decisions, can create a substantial advantage over competitors.
Register today for this informative session, designed specifically for Canadian manufacturing leaders, and learn best practices for improving shop floor productivity for achieving manufacturing excellence, including:
- Key considerations for shop floor success and common pitfalls to avoid
- How to get started streamlining business processes for improved productivity
- Leveraging integrated shop floor technology and ERP functionality
- Real-life lessons learned from Argus Industries
“Like every manufacturer, we are challenged with on-going demands to maximize quality and performance, and minimize costs—while maintaining the highest-quality products and service for our customers,” according to George Barnes, Kaizen Leader at Argus Industries. “Our corporate objective is to be a leading manufacturing company which is why we have invested so heavily in time, resources and budget on improving our shop floor and the people, processes and technology that drive it.”
The webinar is free to attend but participants must register in advance. To register for this complimentary webinar on Tuesday, July 19, 2016 at 10:00 A.M. PT / 1:00 P.M. ET, please visit: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/471584208331589380
Even if you can’t make the live date, reserve your place today and SYSPRO Canada will send you a link to the on-demand webinar recording when it’s available.
About Argus Industries
Since 1962, Argus Industries has enabled our customers to leverage their success by delivering cutting edge materials; servicing markets from agriculture to aerospace. Headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba, with a branch in Pickering, Ontario, we are a custom manufacturer of rubber molded products, die cut & CNC cut gaskets, seals and more. We have earned a global reputation for our Tribal culture, processes and systems. As a privately owned SME we are proud to offer an unrivalled level of service and quality built on lean principles and continuous improvement.
To discover more about Argus, our Tribal Culture, processes and systems, please visit, http://www.argus.ca/
SYSPRO is one of the longest standing and largest independent, international providers of ERP systems for mid-market manufacturers and distributors worldwide. SYSPRO has for more than 35 years delivered on its promise to provide thousands of its customers globally with the tools required to effectively operate and compete. Backed by a truly dedicated and professional team of employees and partners around the world, the company’s ability to innovate and develop technologies based on the needs of customers is one of the reasons why SYSPRO enjoys one of the highest retention rates in the industry.
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