Digital Transformation Journey of Operations Control
Silo-based control is considered the biggest hurdle faced by businesses attempting to streamlining their operations.
For this reason companies with geographically distributed supply chains are operations today are developing strategies to integrate their operations to increase collaboration, share best practices and shorten the decision making process.
Depending on their level of maturity, this may not be a one-step process but rather a journey of digitisation that transforms the business operating model from the ground up.
The logical process will differ from one company to the next depending on improvement priorities set by the business.
Engage with us to understand what the most appropriate steps are for your business.
Digitised Platform for Operational Standards, Consistency and Integration across Existing Systems
Unique Distributed Digital Platform that enables Scalability, Connectivity, High Availability, Secure Standards Management with architectural flexibility. Providing the framework for Consistent Operations, and unified experience across existing site systems.
Enable Embedded Operational Procedures, for Action Consistency
Ability to codify operational procedures with intuitive workflow by configuring procedures. Ability to capture operational actions/ best practices. To manage in a workflow configuration environment easy for operational teams engineers to work.
Choose from a myriad of connectors and communication servers for control devices, applications and systems. Connect automation devices, control systems, HMI systems, historians, relational databases, quality and maintenance systems, enterprise business systems and manufacturing execution systems (MES).
Enables engineering groups to develop standardised templates and libraries using economical, general purpose computers, and then scale up over time as configured code is deployed to specific devices, wherever you have them: locally, regionally or globally across your entire organisation.
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