With a focus on smart factories and digital manufacturing, Canadian Manufacturers must change their business model (including manufacturing processes from design to production) to adapt to the driving demands from customers for increased customization/personalization in manufacturing. Historically, mass production equated to high efficiency and maximum cost-effectiveness during production. (more…)
Mike Hutson is SYSPRO Canada's Solutions Architect. Mike brings years of valuable expertise and experience in the food production industry to SYSPRO Canada, strengthening value to the industry-specific customer-base. He also brings a strong consulting background, with skills in Requirements Analysis, Enterprise Software, Systems Engineering, Team Building, and Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). Mike leverages his skillset as well as his ability to perform C-Level business requirements analysis through to implementation of plant floor manufacturing execution systems to design optimized business solutions for customers.
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Digital transformation is the latest trend, and for good reason. Being a successful food or beverage manufacturer in 2019 is no small feat. It requires an efficient supply chain and demand management, quality control, and a willingness to adapt to an ever-changing industry. (more…)
Concepts like Industry 4.0 are rapidly transforming Canadian manufacturing, but the food and beverage sector has been slower to adapt to digitally enabled technology (Digital transformation). As traceability becomes mandatory for many food and beverage businesses, it’s time for manufacturers to examine their facilities to decide if they have the right processes and technology in place to handle the challenges they now face. For [...]