Drive Efficiency in Your Manufacturing Operations Webcast
Increased market volatility and economic uncertainty are affecting virtually every manufacturing organization across the globe. Today, manufacturing executives are under constant pressure to deliver high-quality products at the lowest possible cost. They are trying to identify what can be trimmed or eliminated in their operations to protect their profit margin or simply survive in the global marketplace.
But the current economy also offers a unique opportunity for businesses to transform their manufacturing operations into an instrument of strategic competitive advantage. We observe that leading organizations are redoubling their efforts to find new ways to execute with greater efficiency and effectiveness — to achieve operational excellence without sacrificing the value their customers expect.
Watch this webcast to gain insight in how to overcome challenges, and to both drive efficiency gains and then translate these gains to bottom line results. You will receive specific and actionable recommendations to achieve more efficient manufacturing operations.
Matthew Littlefield, senior research analyst with the Aberdeen Group, will share what is driving manufacturers to focus on creating more efficient manufacturing operations and how Best-in-Class manufacturers are successful in achieving these efficiency gains.
Steve Linton, business systems analyst with E-Z-GO, will share how the company delivers its innovative golf car to the market with high efficiency by integrating the SAP Manufacturing Execution solution and other software with tested manufacturing processes.
Carter Johnson, vice president of manufacturing applications strategy with SAP, will share how SAP can help you run efficient manufacturing operations with end-to-end manufacturing solutions designed to reduce total and unit manufacturing costs, consistently meet customer requirements, and ensure compliance with quality and safety standards – all key to surpassing the competition.
Steve Minter, Chief Editor, IndustryWeek
Matthew Littlefield, Senior Research Analyst, Aberdeen Group
Steve Linton, Business Systems Analyst, E-Z-GO
Carter Johnson, Vice President Manufacturing Applications Strategy, SAP